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occupational hazard

n. a danger or risk inherent in certain employments or workplaces, such as deep-sea diving, cutting timber, high-rise steel construction, high-voltage electrical wiring, use of pesticides, painting bridges, and many factories. The risk factor may limit insurance coverage of death or injury while at work.

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At least one member of each of the following three personnel groups must have an active and meaningful role in both the development of the application and the conduct of the proposed project: 1) a research scientist in environmental health sciences (including but not limited to those at NIEHS Environmental Health Sciences Centers, NIEHS Centers for Children's Environmental Health and Disease Prevention Research, and NIOSH Educational and Research Centers and Agricultural Research Centers); 2) a primary health care provider directly involved in a community affected by one or more environmental or occupational hazards; and 3) a community-based organization in an area having an underserved population that is adversely affected by an environmental or occupational hazard.
In the September 2008 issue, Occupational Hazards named James "Skipper" Kendrick, CSP, director of Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) Training at Textron, one of the 50 Most Influential EHS Leaders of the decade.
While we have all been immensely proud of Occupational Hazards, the changes going on in the safety and health field convinced us it was time to refocus this publication," said Steve Minter, publisher and editorial director.
Serve prevention of occupational hazards in accordance with Law 31/1995 of 8 November on Prevention of Occupational Risks.
NEW YORK -- Occupational Hazards, the magazine of safety, health, and loss prevention, is proud to announce that 18 companies have been named to the 2008 list of America's Safest Companies.
As part of its performance obligation vis-a-vis its employees on safety and health protection, the company has stated its desire to avoid risk situations through a prevention policy occupational hazards.
Contract notice: Acquisition of personal protective equipment for the prevention of occupational hazards.
has been named one of the twelve safest companies in America by Occupational Hazards Magazine, an award-winning publication focusing on workplace safety, health and loss prevention.
For more information on this year's awards, contact Sandy Smith, editor of Occupational Hazards at (216) 931-9464 or visit www.
The purpose of this contract is in planning, production and dissemination of institutional advertising campaign on the prevention of occupational hazards, promoted by the regional institute of occupational safety and health at work.
21 /PRNewswire/ -- Kinetics is named one of the safest companies in America in the October 2005 issue of Occupational Hazards magazine, the magazine of safety, health and loss prevention; winner of the American Society of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE) National Gold Award.
He became managing editor of Occupational Hazards in 2007, after serving in a variety of editorial roles with responsibilities including daily management of the Occupational Hazards Web site; oversight of the magazine's production process; regular news writing and feature writing; editing of contributed articles; and development of Occupational Hazards' first-ever podcast.
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