here are some sites I have uncovered while searching for safety
best wishes Charles
These sites address safety issues. Various search engines were
used, my favorite is hotbot.com
Hotbot allows you to use as many keywords you like in a string.
These keywords, among others were used:
hazard safety metals substitute substitution occupational health
hygiene industrial safer ventilation jewelry, loss control, risk
management, procedure exposure NIOSH OSHA waste
A list of MSDS sites with the number of MSDS sheets compiled in each site.
A really excellent safety site with a ton of good links.
Michael McCann’s Arts Safety and Hazards site (Center for Safety in the Arts).
The Jewelry/Metals safety and hazards page from McCann’s site.
McCann’s links pages for health and safety.
A very good article on lead hazards in the arts by Angela Babin.
MSDS sheets on line for a number of solvents and other products. Mostly
automotive in nature. Quite interesting.
Despite the name this is an incredible set of US government resources for
business, health, safety, free publications and tons more.
Mettam Company, Safety Supplies and good safety links
Zee’s Safety resource on OSHA standards. Go to their home site
for a lot of good links and They also have a reasonable online
MFasco Safety company pages, catalog and resources
OSHA’s site. Lots of and tons of connections for health,
safety, regulations and more.
American Industrial Hygiene Association
National Institute for safety and Health (NIOSH) page, links and more
The NIOSH links list index. Lots here, actually rather incredibly dense.
Pro-Am Safety Company links list. Another good one.
Russells very interesting safety documents, analysis models etc.
British Society of Occupational Health and Safety links; hundreds of them.
A list of safety related internet resource links.
Eye Safety and eye protection links.
Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS)
The index page for health and safety links at CCOHS
The carcinogenic potency project: over 1298 chemicals rated by carcinogeni
Biochemical substitutions benefit workser safety, descriptions and tables
that compare traditionsl and biochemical solvents. Check the rest of the
factsheets here out as well.
The EPA’s on line order spot for fact sheets and
Everything about ammonia as a chemical in the workplace.
Everything about silver as a chemical in the workplace.
Everything about cupric sulfate as a chemical in the workplace.
Everything about nickel as a chemical in the workplace.
Everything about zinc as a chemical in the workplace.
Everything about zinc oxide (ie from molten brass) as a chemical in the
Everything about hydrogen chloride (HCl) as a chemical in the workplace.
Everything about aluminum as a chemical in the workplace.
Everything about aluminum as a chemical in the workplace. This should
convince you to get rid of any older, cadmium containing solders.
Everything about sulfuric acid as a chemical in the workplace.
Everything about nitric acid as a chemical in the workplace.
OSHA directive on respirators
OSHA rules for eyewear
OSHA index of regulations
The hazardous solvent substitution data bank, an on line system to find
substitutes for solvents.
A good page on chemical safety
CIS page of international O and S links and
NIOSH international safety card for borax
The NIOSH international safety cards index, in an incredible number of
languages, including Swahili.
Oregons on-line OSHA course introduction page
An extensive hazardous waste bibliography
One part of a large bibliography on ergonomics
Grant, K., D. Habes, T. Hales, W. Daniels. 1993. Case studies: Biochemical
hazards in a jewelry manufacturing
facility. Applied Occupational and Environmental Hygiene 8(2):90-96.
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