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Hurricane key messages for employers, workers, and volunteers

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    September 2018

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    During emergencies the use of key messages aiming to provide guidance in the protection of the health and safety of emergency response and recovery workers is a priority. The National Institute for Occupational Safety and health (NIOSH) has created a document communicating key messages associated to the multiple hazards related to storms, floods and hurricanes. The document is available for employers, emergency response and recovery workers, and volunteers. The key messages document covers topics such as carbon monoxide, tree removal, chemical safety, electrocution hazards, fall prevention, heat stress, mold, vehicle safety, violence, workers-on foot hazards, livestock and poultry wastewater and sludge work, Stress, and emergency responder health monitoring and surveillance, among others.
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