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Your Environment. Your Health.

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Booklet Order Form

The National Clearinghouse has developed safety and health awareness booklets for emergency responders and cleanup workers. These pocket-sized guides can be distributed and used as a resource when workers are on a disaster site. The booklets address a variety of disaster types, and some are available in more than one language.

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Clearinghouse Publications

The National Clearinghouse develops and disseminates information to support new and ongoing worker safety and health training initiatives. This page contains annual reports, technical workshop reports, and other publications prepared by the National Clearinghouse.

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HAZMAT Reference Links

This page provides links to hazardous material resources and reference materials, including online hazardous substance libraries and databases, and relevant laws and regulations.

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Multimedia

This page features multimedia resources related to the work and mission of the NIEHS Worker Training Program (WTP), including links to mobile training applications, webinars, and podcasts on site-specific hazards.

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Technology Safety Data Sheets

Technology Safety Data Sheets (TSDSs) are tools designed to alert workers to the hazards posed by environmental remediation technologies. Resources on this page address the development of guidance for creating these tools. TSDSs prepared by the Operating Engineers National Hazmat Program are also found here.

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Weekly Newsbrief: Current Issue

The National Clearinghouse e-Newsbrief is our free weekly electronic newsletter focused on new developments in the world of worker health and safety. Access the latest issue here.

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WTP History & Assessment

This page contains resources that focus on the history and impact of the WTP, as well as efforts to identify and assess program priorities and future direction.

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