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Protecting workers through education on safer choices

Every year, six million people in the US are injured or become ill from work related causes, which include direct exposure to toxic substances. We have created customized campaigns for business to help reduce worker exposure. These include trainings for nurses about toxics in the health-care setting, dry-cleaning workers on safer dry-cleaning solvents, janitorial workers on green cleaning and nail salon workers on safer products and practices.

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In-Home Medicine Disposal Products Review - Community Environmental Health Strategies evaluated...
Information about different ventilation units that work to capture and filter the dusts and fumes...
The press advisory that was sent before the vote on the Safe Drug Disposal Stewardship Ordinance.
A letter from the Department of the Environment to the Board of Supervisors supporting the Safe...

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Korean language chart which compares hazards, regulatory concerns, and costs of the various methods...
Chinese language chart which compares hazards, regulatory concerns, and costs of the various...
Chart that compares hazards, regulatory concerns, and costs of the various methods of dry cleaning.
Dental vacuum cleaning products recommendations for the dental office worker, based on a survey...
Recommendations for the dental office employee, based on a survey done by collaboration of CA...
Sterilization products are made to kill living things which they come into contact. For this reason...
A guide for choosing safer dental instrument cleaning products
Dental offices routinely use disinfectants, adhesives, photo chemicals and other hazardous...
Factsheet on Universal Waste commonly found in the dental office
A table of approved amalgam separator manufacturers.
Some dental office wastes can be harmful to human health and the environment. Therefore, very...
Some dental office wastes can be harmful to human health and the environment. Therefore, very...

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