Your NIOSH Top 5 for 2014Posted on by
What did you read in 2014? While we aren’t privy to your favorite beach read or your book club selections, we do know what caught your eye on the NIOSH blog and website. Your favorite blogs last year are listed below.
- So How Accurate Are These Smartphone Sound Measurement Apps?
- N95 Respirators and Surgical Masks
- Dangers of Bathtub Refinishing
- Preventing Back Injuries in Health Care Settings
- Keeping Workers Hydrated and Cool Despite the Heat
And on the NIOSH Website, the following pages were the most popular:
- Nurse Violence Prevention Training
- The NIOSH Pocket Guide
- Firefighter Fatality Investigation Program
- Heat Stress
- Bloodborne Infectious Diseases
Our job is to give you more of what you want. Please feel free to comment below on what information you would like to see highlighted in the future on the NIOSH Science Blog.
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Thanks for the list, I’ve read Preventing Back Injuries in Health Care Settings, and i found this pretty interesting. Will read the rest soon.
Regards, Charles Dusty
An excellent useful list, I read most of the cool sections and also shared to my friends too.
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