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- Clinical Laboratory Report of Elevated Levels of Heavy Metals, is available in electronic format. Click here [pdf 60k] [word 43k] to download a copy. Completed forms can be faxed or mailed as instructed on the form.
- Occupational and Environmental Disease, Injury, or Poisoning Report by Health Care Provider is available in electronic format. Click here [pdf 33k] [word 62k] to download a copy. Completed forms can be faxed or mailed as instructed on the form.
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- Controlling Chemical Exposure; Industrial Hygiene
Employers who want to know more about how to protect their employees from
being exposed to chemicals will find good information in this set of 16 fact
sheets that provide concise guidance on many aspects of industrial hygiene
controls. Simple explanations are given on the basics of substitution, isolation,
ventilation, housekeeping, wipe sampling, and air sampling. Basic information
is also given on chemical protective clothing, gloves, and respirators along
with the names and phone numbers of manufacturers. An overview of medical
exams and tests for chemical exposures is given along with a list of the OSHA
standards which require such testing.
- Don't Get Hurt Working Around Sanitation Trucks
This brochure, developed in English and in Spanish, offers simple steps to collectors and drivers to help prevent injuries while working on or near sanitation trucks.
- How to Make Your Job Healthier [pdf 2.5mb]
General resource manual for employees.
- List of Physicians in New Jersey Specializing in Occupational and Environmental Illness
List of board-certified occupational medicine physicians in New Jersey.
- Occupational Health and Safety Issues for the Older Worker [pdf 182k]
This information bulletin provides guidance to aging workers and
their employers regarding health and safety issues in the workplace.
The importance of wellness and the role that underlying medical conditions
can play are discussed including steps employers can take in preventing
illness and injury among this population in the workplace. Resources
are also included.
- What is FACE about ... [pdf 176k]
In a question and answer format this brochure answers most frequently
asked questions about the New Jersey FACE project.
- Working Safely in the Cold [pdf 217k]
This publication presents an overview of the health hazards of working
in cold environments and contains guidelines and resources on how
workers can be protected. Types of jobs at risk for cold exposure
- Asthma and Rosin-Core Solder - What You Need to Know [pdf 2m]
Provides information to workers about asthma warning signs and how to avoid getting sick from rosin-core solder fumes.
- Asthma and Cleaning Products - What Workers Need to Know
English [pdf 161k] Spanish [pdf 155k]
Provides information to workers about asthma warning signs and how to avoid getting sick from using cleaning products.
- Do You Have Work-Related Asthma? English [pdf 222k] Spanish [pdf 217k]
Provides working adults with asthma information on NJ work-related asthma reporting requirements, asthma symptoms, asthma-causing agents in the workplace, and preventive measures.
- Every Breath Counts! - Important Information for Adults with Asthma [pdf 156k]
Provides adults taking asthma medications with information about work-related asthma and reporting requirements in New Jersey.
- Exposure History Form [pdf 896k]
Helps health care professionals record important information about workplace exposures that may have contributed to their patient's illness.
- Glutaraldehyde: Guidelines for Safe Use and Handling in Health Care Facilities [pdf 78k]
Provides health care workers and employers with information on the safe use and handling of glutaraldehyde sterilizing solutions.
- Guidelines - Work-Related Asthma Recognition, Diagnosis, and Reporting [pdf 1.3mb]
Provides diagnosis and reporting guidelines to health care professionals who are required to report work-related asthma to the NJDOH.
- Health Alert! Important Information for Applicators of Polyurethane Spray-on Bed Liners [pdf 137k]
The purpose of this Health Alert is to inform employees and owners of companies that apply sprayed-on polyurethane linings for truck beds, trailers, boats, Jeeps, and recreational vehicles regarding the hazards of working with diisocyanates. The Alert also provides steps to help prevent exposure to these chemicals.
- HIPAA and the Provision of Protected Health Information to the NJDOH [pdf 30k]
Provides answers to frequently asked questions regarding the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act and the provision of protected health information to the NJDOH.
- Industries and Asthmagens Associated With Work-Related Asthma
List of asthma-causing agents and associated industries that have been reported in the scientific literature.
- New Jersey Law Requires Physicians, Advanced Practice Nurses, and Physician Assistants to Report Individuals Diagnosed with Work-Related Asthma [pdf 547k]
Office poster outlining case definition of work-related asthma for reporting cases to the NJDOH, including reporting instructions and a copy of the reporting form.
- Occupational Health and Funeral Homes [pdf 34k]
Provides practitioners of embalming with summary information regarding OSHA requirements and other occupational health issues as they pertain to the health hazards of their profession.
- Reporting Work-Related Asthma - Important Information [pdf 37k]
Summarizes reporting instructions and benefits of reporting work-related asthma cases to the NJDOH.
- Ventilation of Funeral Home Preparations Rooms - Guidelines and Calculations [pdf 621k]
This fact sheet provides information on appropriate ventilation of funeral home preparation rooms and step-by-step guidance on calculating ventilation requirements and performance.
- Work-related Asthma Resources [pdf 84k]
Lists NJDOH work-related asthma publications and resources, including other state and national resources.
- Working with Tungsten Carbide - What You Need to Know [pdf 104k]
Provides information to employers and employees who use tools with hard metal tips and parts containing tungsten carbide. Tips about how to prevent exposure to tungsten carbide are provided.
- Dry Cutting and Grinding is Risky Business: English [pdf 142k] Spanish [pdf 139k]
This fact sheet details the hazards of dry cutting and grinding and its relation to silica dust exposure, and presents several recommendations regarding exposure prevention.
- List of NIOSH Certified B-readers in New Jersey
An updated list of NIOSH-certified B-readers in New Jersey.
- Silicosis Resources [pdf 50k]
A pocket card filled with resources available by mail and on the Internet
- Stop Silicosis in Sandblasters -- Use Silica Substitutes
Gives information on abrasive blasting materials on the market which do
not contain silica (a cause of lung disease). Includes prices, properties,
applications, advantages, and limitations of the substitutes.
- To My Doctor: What Physicians Need to Know About Silicosis in Construction, Demolition, and Renovation Workers [pdf 220k]
Information which alerts physicians to the various materials containing
crystalline silica and work activities associated with silica exposure.
Covers definition of silicosis, clinical features, recommended medical surveillance,
reporting guidelines, and resources for additional information.
- What Dental Technicians Need to Know About Silicosis [pdf 114k]
This brochure for workers in dental laboratories describes the work-related
lung disease silicosis, sources of silica exposure, methods for controlling
exposure to silica, and briefly summarizes other occupational health hazards
found in dental laboratories.
- What Physicians Need to Know About Occupational Silicosis and Silica Exposure Sources [pdf 224k]
Information suitable for construction workers to give to their physicians. Alerts the physician to the fact that the worker is at risk of developing silicosis. Covers definition of silicosis, clinical features, recommended medical surveillance, reporting guidelines, and resources for additional information.
- Summary of OSHA Cadmium Standard [pdf 2.6mb]
Information for employers on the requirements by the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration for control of exposure to cadmium at the workplace.
- What Physicians Need to Know about Occupational Cadmium Exposure [pdf 937k]
Information for physicians about sources of exposure to cadmium and federal requirements for medical monitoring of workers exposed to cadmium.
- Your Cadmium Exposure [pdf 869k]
Gives information and advice to assist individuals in finding out how they may have been exposed to cadmium and how to protect themselves from further exposure.
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Fatality Assessment and Control Evaluation (FACE) Publications
- NJ FACE Publications are distributed to employers, workers, and industry and labor organizations. They describe cases of fatal occupational injuries and provide recommendations for prevention.
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- New Jersey Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries Annual Reports
Issued annually since 1992. Describes the epidemiology of fatal occupational injuries in New Jersey. For copies of reports issued before 1997, please contact the Occupational Health Service at (609) 984-1863.
- New Jersey Fatality Assessment and Control Evaluation (FACE) Investigation Reports
Reports of on-site investigations of specific types of work-related fatal injuries that occurred in New Jersey from 1993 to 2007.
- Final Report: Educational Outreach to New Jersey Adult School Crossing Guards, NJDOH Report, March 2009. [pdf 129k]
A final report of an occupational health surveillance intervention project to prevent worksite injuries and raise awareness of the hazards associated with this occupation.
- Fatal Occupational Injuries in New Jersey, 1993-2002, NJDOH Report, February 2005. [pdf 2.44m]
- Final Report: Assessment of Potassium Iodide (KI) Distribution Campaign and Emergency Response Around New Jersey's Nuclear Power Facilities [pdf 192k]
This study was a comprehensive evaluation of nuclear emergency preparedness, including the KI distribution program, for the two emergency planning zone areas within the State of New Jersey.
- Workplace Violence and Prevention in New Jersey Hospital Emergency Departments [pdf 589k]
This NJDOH report provides the results of a study evaluating workplace violence prevention programs in New Jersey hospital emergency departments. The report also reviews the violent events recorded by participating hospitals over a 10-year period, 1992 to 2001. The NIOSH-funded study was conducted by researchers with the University of Iowa, NJDOH, University of North Carolina, and the California Department of Health Services. The overall study goal was to evaluate hospital compliance with California Hospital Security Act (1993) by comparing hospital workplace violence prevention programs in California and a control state (New Jersey).
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- The May 2006 issue of our newsletter [pdf 527k] is devoted to work-related asthma (WRA). Featured articles include an update on surveillance activities related to WRA, fatal WRA, myths about WRA, examples of case reports, and more. Resources available on the Internet and by mail including a list of industries and asthmagens associated with WRA are also included.
- This issue of the "Update" [pdf 2.5m] features articles on fatal falls in New Jersey construction industry, the Surveillance Unit's response to the anthrax attack, tree trimming hazards, teenage fatalities at two pizza restaurants and the role of the clinician in preventing occupational injury and illness in New Jersey.
- A special 28-page issue on lead [pdf 2.76m] features trends in New Jersey adult blood lead levels from 1986-2000, interviews with key experts, outcomes of interventions, a 3-page resources section, and more.
- The February 2001 edition of the "Update" [pdf 562k] features articles on glutaraldehyde in New Jersey health care facilities, findings of a partnership studying silica exposure in New Jersey highway/road construction and repair workers, and intervention activities for lead abatement in non-residential buildings.
- The December 1999 edition of our newsletter [pdf 594k] features articles on hazard surveillance initiatives related to methylene chloride, forklift fatalities, and cadmium surveillance. An update on the Department's Latex Allergy Task Force is also featured.
- The December 1998 edition of the "Update" [pdf 423k] is devoted to silicosis. Featured articles include new directions in silicosis surveillance, the epidemiologic case definition, a special interview with Dr. Howard Kipen of the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in Piscataway, New Jersey, examples of workplace interventions, and a listing of resources available on the Internet and by mail.
- The January 1998 [pdf 862k] issue features four articles entitled as follows: Mercury Persists as a Public Health Hazard, Occupational Latex Asthma, Homicide in the Workplace, and Lead Hazards in Building Renovations, including statistics on occupational illnesses and injuries reported to the Department. Information on how to obtain publications on featured topics on the Internet and by mail is also provided.
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Bibliography of Surveillance-related Publications (1986 to present)
Rosenman KD, Feuer E, Mortality in police and firefighters in New Jersey. Am J Ind Med 1986; 9:517-527.
Seixas N, Rosenman KD. A voluntary reporting system for occupational disease: pilot project and evaluation. Public Health Reports 1986; 101:278-282.
Stanbury MJ, Rosenman KD. A methodology for identifying workers exposed to asbestos since 1940. Am J Public Health 1987; 77; 854-5.
Stanbury MJ, Goldoft M, O'Leary K. Traumatic occupational fatalities in New Jersey: recording of fatal cases in employer's OSHA 200 Logs. In counting injuries and illnesses in the workplace: proposals for a better system ed. E.S. Pollack and D.G. Keiming, National Academy Press, Washington D.C., pp. 141-150, 1987.
Rosenman KD. Use of hospital discharge data in the surveillance of occupational disease. Am J Ind Med 1988; 13:281-289.
Stanbury MJ, Rosenman KD. Chemical and dust-related diseases. New Jersey Medicine 1988; 85:929-936.
Rudolph L, Maizlish N, Tepper A, Gerwel B, Wenzl T, Melius J, Stone R, Martin J, Montopoli M. Surveillance for occupational lead exposure - United States, 1987. MMWR 1989;38:642-646.
Valiante D, Rosenman KD. Does silicosis still occur? JAMA 1989; 21: 3003-3007.
Matte TD, Hoffman RE, Rosenman KD, Stanbury MJ. Surveillance of occupational asthma under the SENSOR model. Chest 1990; 98:173S-175S.
Hoffman RE, Rosenman KD, Watt F, Stanbury MJ. NIOSH. Occupational disease surveillance: Occupational asthma. MMWR 1990;39:119-123.
Stanbury MJ, Goldoft M. Use of OSHA inspection data for fatal occupational injury surveillance in New Jersey. Am J Public Health 1990; 80:200-202.
Kipen H, Tepper A, Rosenman KD, Weinrib D. Limitations of hospital discharge diagnoses for surveillance extrinsic allergic alveolitis. Am J Ind Med 1990; 17:701-709.
Rosenman KD, Trimbath L, Stanbury MJ. Surveillance of occupational lung disease: Comparison of hospital discharge data to physician reporting. Am J Public Health 1990; 80:1257-1258.
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Kipen H, Gelperin K, Tepper A, Stanbury MJ. Acute occupational respiratory diseases in hospital discharge data. Am J Ind Med 1991; 19:637-642.
Hall NE, Rosenman KD. Cancer by industry: Analysis of a population- based cancer registry with an emphasis on blue-collar workers. Am J Ind Med 1991; 19:145-159.
Stanbury MJ, Tepper A, Ramaprasad R, Solice-Sample G. Asbestosis in New Jersey: A survey of hospitalized patients. New Jersey Medicine 1991; 88:195-199.
Henneberger P, Kipen H, Stanbury MJ, Trimbath L. Use of portable peak flow meters in the surveillance of occupational asthma. Chest 1991; 100:1515-1521.
Windau J, Anderson H, Rosenman KD, Rudolph L, Stanbury MJ, Stark A. The identification of occupational lung disease from hospital discharge data. J Occup Med 1991; 33:1060-1066.
Burke T, Fagliano J, Goldoft M, Hazen RE, Iglewicz R, McKee T. Chromite ore processing residue in Hudson County New Jersey. Env Hlth Persp 1991; 92: 131-137.
Sorock G, Stanbury MJ. Workers' compensation data add to fatal injury census. (Letter) Am J Public Health 1991, 81:1678.
Gerwel B, Long N, Trimbath L, Marcus S, Jennis T, Udasin I, Kyner P, Posusney. Lead poisoning in a New Jersey foundry. MMWR 1991;40:810-817.
Brien D, Froehlich PA, Gressel MG, Hall RM, Clark NJ, Bost P, Fischbach T. Silica exposure in hand grinding steel castings. Am Ind Hyg Assoc. J 1992; 53:42-48.
Tepper A. Surveillance of occupational lead exposure in New Jersey: 1986-1989. Am J Public Health 1992; 82:275-277.
Valiante DJ, Richards T, Kinsley KB. Silicosis surveillance in New Jersey: Targeting workplaces using occupational disease and exposure surveillance data. Am J Ind Med 1992; 21:517-526.
Valiante D, Bost P, Stanbury M, Szenics J, NIOSH. Silicosis among pottery workers - New Jersey MMWR 1992;42:405-411.
Centers for Disease Control, et al. Surveillance of elevated blood lead levels among adults - United States, 1992. MMWR 1992;41:285-288.
Henneberger P, Stanbury MJ. Patterns of asbestosis in New Jersey: 1979-1986. Am J Ind Med 1992, 21:689-697.
Stanbury MJ, Solice-Sample G, Pescatore J. Asbestos disease risk communication conducted by the New Jersey Department of Health. Am J Ind Med 1993, 23:97-104.
Sorock G, Smith E, Hall N. Hospitalized occupational finger amputations, New Jersey, 1985 and 1986. Am J Ind Med 1993, 23:427-438.
Sorock G, Smith E, Hall N. An evaluation of New Jersey's hospital discharge databases for surveillance of severe occupational injuries. Am J Ind Med 1993, 23:439-448.
Rosenman KD, Stanbury M, Lemon A, Solice-Sample G, Kalush A. High-risk notification of chromate and bichromate production workers. Am J Ind Med 1993, 23:125-134.
Gerwel B, Valiante D, Pescatore J, Stanbury MJ. Lead exposure in bridge construction workers. (Letter) Am J Public Health 1993, 83:1054-1055.
Roché LM. Use of employer illness reports for occupational disease surveillance among public employees in New Jersey. J Occup Med 1993; 35:581-586.
Sorock G, Smith E. Work-related deaths in construction, New Jersey, 1983-1989. J Occup Med 1993; 35:916-921.
Reilly MJ, Rosenman KD, Watt F, Stanbury M, Valiante DJ, Helmus LE, Migliozzi NA, Anderson H, Hanrahan L, Jajosky RA, Musgrave KJ, Castellan R, Ordin D. Silicosis surveillance - Michigan, New Jersey, Ohio, Wisconsin. MMWR 1993;42/No. SS-5:23-28.
Valiante D, Stanbury MJ, Gerwel B. Protecting construction workers from exposure to lead: Success in New Jersey. (Letter) Am J Public Health 1993; 83:1644.
Cooper TC, Gressel MG, Froehlich PA, Caplan PE, Mickelsen RL, Valiante D, Bost P. Successful reduction of silica exposures at a sanitary ware pottery. Am Ind Hyg Assoc. J 1993; 54:600-606.
Tepper A, Connally LB, Haltmeier P, Smith E, Sweeney MH. Knowledge of medical history information among proxy respondents for deceased study subjects. J Clin Epidem 1993; 46:1243-1248.
Gerwel B. Occupational lead surveillance in New Jersey, 1985-1991. In: Policies, Programs, and Public Participation: Environmental and occupational health in emerging market economies and democracies of Central and Eastern Europe. Proceedings of the Third Annual Symposium on Environmental and Occupational Health. Pultusk, Poland, June 26-July 1, 1992. Management Sciences for Health, Newton, MA, 1993.
Reilly MJ, Rosenman KD, Watt F, Schill D, Stanbury MJ, Trimbath LS, Jajosky RA, Musgrave K, Castellan R, Bang KM, Ordin D. Surveillance for occupational asthma. Michigan and New Jersey,1988-1992. MMWR 1994;43/No SS-1: 9-17.
Roché LM, Gerwel B, Ramaprasad R, Udasin I. Medical management of lead exposed workers, results of physician interviews in New Jersey. J Occup Med. 1995; 37:139-144.
Roché LM. Economic cost of occupational injury fatalities in New Jersey in 1992. Compensation and working conditions (USDOL, Bureau of Labor Statistics) March 1995:1-5.
Czachur M, Stanbury MJ, Gerwel B, Gochfeld M, Rhoads G, Whartenberg D. A pilot study of take-home lead exposure in New Jersey. Am J Ind Med 1995; 28:289-293.
Stanbury M, Rosenman KD, Anderson HA. Guidelines: Minimum and comprehensive state-based activities in occupational safety and health. DHHS (NIOSH) Publication No. 95-107. June 1995.
Stanbury M, Joyce P, Kipen H. Silicosis and workers' compensation in New Jersey. J Occup Environ Med 1995; 37:1342-1347.
Rosenman KD, Stanbury MJ, Reilly MJ. Mortality among persons with silicosis reported to two State based disease surveillance systems. Scan J Work Environ Health 1995; 21 suppl 2:73-6.
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Stanbury M, Gerwel B, Iglewicz R, O'Leary K, Ramaprasad R, Smith EO, Senn E. Occupational disease surveillance at NJ Department of Health. New Jersey Medicine 1996; 93:44-48.
Rosenman KD, Stanbury M. Risk of lung cancer among former chromium smelter workers. Am J Ind Med 1996; 29:491-500.
Hall N, Rosenman KD. Occupational risk factors for developing tuberculosis. Am J Ind Med 1996; 30:148-154.
Stanbury MJ, Gatti E, Sokolowski JW. RADS in a nurse exposed to pentamidine. (Letter) J Occup Environ Med 1996; 38:330-331.
Whelan E, Piacitelli G, Gerwel B, Schnorr T, Mueller C, Gittleman J, Matte T. Elevated blood lead levels in children of construction workers. Am J Public Health 1997; 87:1352-1355.
Piacitelli G, Whelan E, Sieber K, Gerwel B. Elevated lead contamination in homes of construction workers. Am Ind Hyg Assoc Journal 1997; 58:447-454.
Maxfield R, Alo C, Reilly MJ, Rosenman K, Kalinowski D, Stanbury M, Valiante D. Surveillance for silicosis, 1993-Illinois, Michigan, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Texas, and Wisconsin. MMWR 1997; 46/No-1:13-27.
Valiante D, Syed SR, Stanbury MJ. Lead hazard surveillance using an environmental reporting database. Appl Occup Environ Hyg 12:769-772, 1997.
Roché L, Ramaprasad R, Gerwel B, Pearson M, Valiante D, Stanbury M, O'Leary K. Evolution of a state occupational lead exposure registry, 1986-1996. J Occup Environ Health 1998; 40:1127-1133.
Jajosky RA, Harrison R, Reinisch F, Flattery J, Chan J, Tumpowski C, Davis L, Reilly MJ, Rosenman KRoché L, Ramaprasad R, Gerwel B, Pearson M, Valiante D, Stanbury M, O'Leary K. Evolution of a state occupational lead exposure registry, 1986-1996. J Occup Environ Health 1998; 40:1127-1133.
Jajosky RA, Harrison R, Reinisch F, Flattery J, Chan J, Tumpowski C, Davis L, Reilly MJ, Rosenman KD, Kalinowsky D, Stanbury M, Schill D, Wood J. Surveillance of work-related asthma in selected U.S. states using surveillance guidelines for State health departments - California, Massachusetts, Michigan, and New Jersey, 1993-1995. MMWR 1999;48/No. SS-3; 1-20.
Stanbury MJ. Hospital discharge data. In: Maizlish N. Editor. Workplace health surveillance. Oxford University Press, 2000.
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Higgins D, Casini V, Bost P, Johnson W, Rautiainen R. The Fatality Assessment and Control Evaluation Program’s role in the prevention of occupational fatalities. Injury Prevention 2001;7 (Suppl I):i27-33.
Ortega HG, Kreiss K, Schill DP, Weissman DN. Fatal asthma from powdering shark cartilage and review of fatal asthma literature. Am J Ind Med 2002; 42(1)50-4.
Green CM, Reefhuis J, Tan C, Fiore AE, Goldstein S, Beach MJ, Redd SC, Valiante D, Burr G, Buehler J, Pinner RW, Bresnitz E, Bell BP, the CDC New Jersey Anthrax Investigation Team. Epidemiologic Investigations of Bioterrorism-Related Anthrax, New Jersey, 2001. Emerg Infect Dis 8(10), 2002.
Goodwin SS, Stanbury MJ, Wang ML, Silbergeld E, Parker JE. Previously undetected pneumoconiosis in New Jersey decedents. Am J of Indust Med 2003;44:304-311.
Henneberger PK, Derk S, Davis L, Tumpowsky C, Reilly, MJ, Rosenman KD, Schill DP, Valiante D, Flattery J, Harrison R, Reinisch F, Filios MS. Work-related reactive airways dysfunction syndrome cases from surveillance in selected US states. J Occup Environ Med 2003;45:360-368.
Rosenman KD, Reilly MJ, Schill D, Valiante D, Flattery J, Harrison R, Pecher E, Davis L, Tumpowsky L, Filios M. Cleaning agents and work-related asthma. J Occup Environ Med 2003;45:556-563.
Echt A, Sieber K, Jones E, Schill D, Lefkowitz D, Sugar J, and Hoffner K. Control of respirable dust and crystalline silica from breaking concrete with a jackhammer. Appl Occup Environ Hyg 18:491-495, 2003.
Valiante DJ, Schill DP, Bresnitz EA, Burr GA, and Mead KR. Responding to a bioterrorist attack: environmental investigation of anthrax in New Jersey. Appl Occup Environ Hyg 18:780-785, 2003.
Rosenman KD, Petcher E, Schill DP, Valiante DJ, Bresnitz EA, Cummings KR, Socie E, Filios MS. Silicosis in dental laboratory technicians – Five States, 1994-2000. MMWR 2004;53/No-9:195-197.
Valiante DJ, Schill D, Rosenman KD, Socie E. Highway repair: A new silicosis threat. Am J Public Health 2004;94:876-880.
Goe SK, Henneberger PK, Reilly MJ, Rosenman KD, Schill DP, Valiante D, Flattery J, Harrison R, Davis L, Tumpowsky C, Filios MS. A descriptive study of work-aggravated asthma. Occup Env Med 2004;61:512-517.
Blando, J and Cohn P (2004) Exposure and health risk from swimming in outdoor pools contaminated by trichlorethylene. Human and Ecological Risk Assessment 10(4):717 31.
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Pechter E, Davis L, Tumpowsky C, Flattery J, Harrison R, Reinisch F, Reilly MJ, Rosenman KD, Schill DP, Valiante DJ, Filios M. Work-related asthma among health care workers: Surveillance data from California, Massachusetts, Michigan, and New Jersey, 1993-1997. Am J Ind Med 2005; 47:265-275.
Blando J, Robertson C, Pearl K, Dixon C, Valcin M, Bresnitz E. Assessment of potassium iodide (KI) distribution program among communities within the emergency planning zones (EPZ) of two nuclear power plants. Health Physics. Operational Radiation Safety (2007). 92(2) Suppl 1:S18-S26.
Peek-Asa C, Casteel C, Allareddy V, Nocera M, Goldmacher S, O’Hagan E, Blando J, Valiante D, Gillen M, Harrison R. Workplace Violence Prevention Programs in Hospital Emergency Departments. J Occup Environ Med. 2007;49:756–763.
Blando J, Lefkowitz D, Valiante D, Gerwel B, Bresnitz E. Survey of Current Lead Use, Handling, Hygiene, and Contaminant Controls Among New Jersey Industries. J Occup Environ Hyg (2007) 4:539-546.
Blando J, Robertson C, Pearl K, Dixon C, Valcin M, Bresnitz, E. Evaluation of Potassium Iodide Prophylaxis Knowledge and Nuclear Emergency Preparedness: New Jersey 2005. Am J Public Health. 2007;97:S100–S102.
Blando J, Robertson C, Pearl K, Dixon C, Valcin M, Bresnitz, E. Assessment Of Potassium Iodide (KI) Distribution Program Among Communities Within The Emergency Planning Zones (EPZ) of Two Nuclear Power Plants. Health Phys. 2007 Feb;92(2 Suppl):S18-26.
Mazurek JM, Filios M, Willis R, Rosenman KD, Reilly MJ, McGreevy, K, Schill DP, Valiante D, Pechter E, Davis L, Flattery J, Harrison R. Work-Related Asthma in the Educational Services Industry: California, Massachusetts, Michigan, and New Jersey, 1993–2000. Am J Ind Med 2008; 51: 47-59.
Blando JD, Robertson C, Bresnitz E. (2008). Communicating information in an emergency preparedness pill distribution campaign. Biosecur Bioterror 6(1); 57-65.
Cierpich H, Styles L, Harrison R, Davis L, Chester D, Lefkowitz D, Valiante D, Richardson S, Castillo D, Romano N, Baron S. Work-Related Injury Deaths Among Hispanics - United States, 1992–2006. MMWR (2008): Vol. 57 / No. 22. Also in JAMA. 2008;300(21):2479-2480.
Perrone J, Marcus J, Blando JD, Schill D, Trout D, Schulte P, Geraci CL, Dotson GS, Hanley K, Mead KR, Myers DVL, Curran C. Neurologic Illness Associated with Occupational Exposure to the Solvent 1-Bromopropane - New Jersey and Pennsylvania, 2007-2008. MMWR (2008): 57(48);1300-1302.
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Casteel C, Peek-Asa C, Nocera M, Smith JB, Blando J, Goldmacher S, O'Hagan E, Valiante D, Harrison R. (2009). Hospital Employee Assault Rates Before and After Enactment of the California Hospital Safety and Security Act. Ann Epidemiol., 19(2); 125-133.
Meeker J, Cooper M, Lefkowitz D, Susi P. Engineering Control Technologies to Reduce Occupational Silica Exposures in Masonry Cutting and Tuckpointing. Public Health Reports, 2009 Supplement 1, v 124 (1-20).
Peek-Asa C, Casteel C, Allareddy V, Nocera M, Goldmacher S, O'Hagan E, Blando J, Valiante D, Gillen M, Harrison R. Workplace Violence Prevention Programs in Psychiatric Units and Facilities. Arch Psychiat Nurs, Vol. 23, No. 2 (April), 2009: pp 166–176.
McGreevy K, Lefkowitz D, Valiante D, Lipsitz S. Utilizing hospital discharge data (HD) to compare fatal and non-fatal work-related injuries among Hispanic workers in New Jersey. Am J Ind Med 2010; 53:146-152.
Wuellner S, Walters JK, St. Louis T, Leinenkugel K, Rogers PF, Lefkowitz D, Davis TK, Gelberg K, Zak MJ, and Castillo DN. Nonfatal Occupational Injuries and Illnesses Among Older Workers --- United States, 2009. MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep. 2011 Apr 29;60(16):503-8.
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White GE, Seaman C, Filios MS, Mazurek JM, Flattery J, Harrison RJ, Reilly MJ, Rosenman KD, Lumia ME, Stephens AC, Pechter E, Fitzsimmons K, Davis LK. Gender differences in work-related asthma: surveillance data from California, Massachusetts, Michigan, and New Jersey, 1993-2008. J Asthma. 2014 Mar 27.
Rosenman KD, Millerick-May M, Reilly MJ, Flattery J, Weinberg J, Harrison R, Lumia M, Stephens AC, Borjan M. Swimming facilities and work-related asthma. J Asthma. 2014 Aug 26:1-7.
Friedman GK, Harrison MD, Bojes H, Worthington K, Filios M. Notes from the Field: Silicosis in a Countertop Fabricator – Texas, 2014. MMWR 2015;64/No.5:129-130.
Quinn MM, Henneberger PK, Members of the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), National Occupational Research Agenda (NORA) Cleaning and Disinfecting in Healthcare Working Group: Braun B, Delclos GL, Fagan K, Huang V, Knaack JLS, Lee SJ, Moual NL, Maher KAE, McCrone SH, Mitchell AH, Pechter E, Rosenman K, Sehulster L, Stephens AC, Wilburn S, Zock JP. Cleaning and disinfecting environmental surfaces in health care: Toward an integrated framework for infection and occupational illness prevention. Am J Infect Control. 2015 May;43(5):424-434.
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