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Results 1 - 6 of about 6 records found

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AVA18820VNB1
Hearing Conservation: An Employee Review (VHS 1/2 inch) (Video).

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The program reinforces to employees the necessity for employee participation in the hearing conservation program. Six questions are asked to help the employees measure their own knowledge about environmental noise exposure.
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Year: 1991
Source Agency: AVVASL

Collection: NAC
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AVA19270VNB1
Hand-Arm Vibration Syndrome (VHS 1/2 inch) (Video).

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An update of 1984 program 177 'Vibration Syndrome', a program produced for medical or occupational health professionals. It covers the etiology, symptomatology assessment and treatment of this condition. Included is an examination of different assessment ...
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Year: 1990
Source Agency: AVOSHA

Collection: NAC
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AVA20282VNB2
Natural Rubber/Latex Allergy: Recognition, Treatment and Prevention. (2 VHS Videos)

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Natural rubber/latex allergy is an emerging publish health issue which impacts a wide range of health care and workplace procedures and practices. Allergy to natural rubber/latex-containing materials can result in serious health problems. During this live...
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Year: 1998
Source Agency: AVFDA

Collection: NAC
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AVA10215VNB1
Finest Tools (VHS 1/2 inch and text) (Video).

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Covers the nature of cumulative trauma disorders of the hand and wrist, such as, carpal tunnel syndrome. Dr. Lynne Moody describes how repetitive jobs can damage a worker's body. Dan Habes describes how to analyze a job to determine how stressful it is. A...
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Year: 1982
Source Agency: AVDHHS

Collection: NAC
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AVA19572VNB1
Like Any Other Employee: HIV/AIDS in the Workplace (Video).

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This video covers the following topics, difference between HIV and AIDS, ways HIV is and is not transmitted, why there is no risk of casual transmission of HIV, appropriate health and safety precautions, how to prevent spread of HIV Veterans Administratio...
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Year: 1994
Source Agency: AVVA

Collection: NAC
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AVA19989VNB1
Fit for the Road - Evaluating the Health of Commercial Truck Drivers (VHS 1/2 inch) (Video).

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This video is intended for physicians performing physical examinations on commercial motor vehicle drivers. It emphasizes the need for examiners to be aware of the physical, mental and emotional demands placed on commercial drivers, and the need for the e...
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Year: 1990
Source Agency: AVDT

Collection: NAC
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