OSH UPDATE + FIRE Newsletter
We do hope that you, your families, friends and colleagues are keeping really Safe and Well as the world challenges the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.
Wherever you are working we do hope that you are finding OSH UPDATE + FIRE useful in your work. It is arguably the largest collection of information on occupational safety and health and fire in the world at the subscription prices offered.
The OSH UPDATE + FIRE electronic collection of 26 databases that currently offers 1,159,536 records including 117,872 full text documents – bigger than most Health, Safety and Fire Information Centres and Libraries.
FOCUS on Coronavirus / COVID-19
OSH UPDATE + FIRE electronic collection already contains a range of articles on coronaviruses. The earliest one is dated 1970 – a report in the US NIOSHTIC DATABASE:
Title: Surveillance of Respiratory Infections in an Industrial Population
Author: Gwaltney, J. M., Jr.; Edmondson, W. P., Jr.; Hendley, J. O.
Source: Vaccine Development Branch, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, Contract No. PH 43631128, 41 pages, 7 references; 1970
Publication Year: 1970
More publications from a wide number of authoritative and validated international governments and specialist organisations including publishers are now being published and are being added to OSH UPDATE + FIRE.
Specialist publishers in your country
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Constantly expanding content
As the workplaces of the world are rapidly changing, OSH UPDATE + FIRE has always aimed to quickly bring new publications containing guidance and advice to help you and your colleagues meet the challenges being presented in all workplaces. It is constantly updated covering a wide range of topics and interesting new subject areas, e.g. drones and robots in workplaces, use of cannabis in workplaces, wellbeing and mental health in all workplaces, new methods of construction of buildings – especially high-rise buildings and the use of cladding after the UK Grenfell Tower fire disaster and other similar fires around the world.
Now all aspects of the global lockdown is resulting in a vast range of new publications – so expect a wealth of authoritative and validated new publications, articles, research reports, guidance and advice being added to OSH UPDATE + FIRE.
If you wish to suggest any new information, we are happy to include in the collection if it comes from an authoritative source.
Working from home base – guidance and advice
OSH UPDATE + FIRE electronic collection already contains a range of guidance and advice on all aspects of working at home and the various actions to take including planning your day, ergonomic workplace design for health, wellness and productivity. There is also advice for employers.
With millions of people across the world in lockdown and working from home during this COVID-19 pandemic we are finding that new guidance and advice is being formulated. More publications from a wide number of authoritative and validated national governments and specialist organisations are now being published and are being added to OSH UPDATE + FIRE.
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