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         Safety & Prevention Consumer:     more books (100)
  1. Congress favors credit industry over consumers.(COMMENTARY)(Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005): An article from: Los Angeles Business Journal by Debra J. Saunders, 2005-04-18
  2. Wellness: Safety and Accident Prevention by David C. Lawson, 1991-10-01
  3. Teen Health Course 2, Modules, Safety and Injury Prevention by McGraw-Hill, 2002-05-31
  4. Child Safety: Problem and Prevention from Preschool to Adolescence: A Handbook for Professionals by Bill Gillham, James A.Thomson, 2007-03-14
  5. Safety for older consumers : home safety checklist (SuDoc Y 3.C 76/3:2 Sa 1/4/991)
  6. Cashing in on CCTV technology. (convenience store television) (Special Supplement: A Consumer's Guide to Retail Security): An article from: Security Management by Kelly Norton, 1992-03-01
  7. Proceedings of the Conference on Playground Related Injuries and Their Prevention: Brussels, 19-20 November 1987 (Report / European Consumer Product Safety Association)
  8. Safety for older consumers : home safety checklist (SuDoc Y 3.C 76/3:2 SA 1/4/998)
  9. Factors affecting consumer acceptance and use of child restraint systems: Final report (NTIS Accession no. PB82-255605) by Kathleen Weber, 1982
  10. A Quick consumer guide to safe food handling (SuDoc A 1.77:248) by U.S. Dept of Agriculture, 1990
  11. HHS unveils two new efforts to advance pandemic flu preparedness.(United States Department of Health and Human Services): An article from: FDA Consumer by Gale Reference Team, 2007-03-01
  12. Security Measures in the Commercial Trucking and Bus Industries (Synthesis) by David M. Friedman, 2003-01
  13. A quick consumer guide to safe food handling (FSHED) by Pamela L Brady, 1991
  14. Health and Safety for You by Ted K. Tsumura, 1986-05

1. Occupational Safety And Health Administration - OSHA HOME PAGE
Information related to job related safety and health issues, as well as compliance related resources.

2. National Safety Council - Your Safety Health Leader For 90 Years
A nonprofit membership organization with resources on safety, health and environmental topics.

3. Safe Kids Worldwide - Preventing Accidential Injury - About Us
Promoting child safety to prevent unintentional injury.

4. Safety Training - Online Safety Library And Safety Information
A comprehensive source for free safety information for business and industry. Coverage of all aspects of safety in many different industries.

5. - The Official Safety Site Of The Internet
Safety Centers Safety News Safety Products Safety Articles My Safety FREE REGISTRATION. Terrorism. Women. Travel

6. Information About Health And Safety At Work
British agency responsible for ensuring that risks to people's health and safety from work activities are properly controlled.

7. Centers For Disease Control And Prevention
The CDC maintains several departments concerned with occupational safety and health, such as the Center for Injury Prevention and Control, and the

8. Federal Emergency Management Agency
Agency of the US government tasked with Disaster Mitigation, Preparedness, Response Recovery planning.

9. Food And Drug Administration Home Page
Animal Feed and Drugs Livestock, Pets Cosmetics Safety, Labeling Recalls, Product Safety Product Approvals

10. Consumer Product Safety Commission
Recall news, unsafe product reports, press releases, child safety section and associated information. Agency helps keep American families safe by

11. VDACS - Food Safety - Food Poisoning
Discusses signs, symptoms and prevention of viral, bacterial, and fungal food poisoning. From the Virginia Department of Agriculture and consumer Services.
About Poisoning
Safety Tips

Kitchen Test

Cool Rules

Food Security

About Food Poisoning In most cases of foodborne illness (food poisoning), symptoms resemble intestinal flu and last a few hours to several days. But in cases of botulism, or when food poisoning strikes infants, the ill, the elderly, or those with compromised immune systems, life-threatening complications can result. Microscopic organisms that cause foodborne illness are everywhere-in the air, soil, water, and in human and animal digestive tracts. Most are capable of growing undetected in food because they do not produce an "off" odor, color, or texture. The only way these microbes can be prevented from causing human illness is by handling and storing food safely.
Disease: Salmonellosis
Source: Spread when contaminated food (meat, poultry, eggs) is eaten raw or undercooked. Also, when cooked food comes in contact with contaminated raw food, or when an infected person prepares food.
Symptoms (after eating) : Onset: 6-48 hours; nausea, fever, headache, abdominal cramps, diarrhea, and vomiting lasting 2-7 days. Can be fatal to infants, the elderly, the infirm, and the immune-compromised.

12. Poison Prevention Publications
Links to publications on poisoning, from the consumer Product safety Commission.
Poison Prevention Publications
Web Exclusives Document Number Publication Description National Poison Prevention Week (HTML) (PDF) Fact Sheet. A Parent's Guide to Preventing Inhalant Abuse (HTML) (HTML-SPANISH) (ENHANCED) Save a Child - Use Child-Resistant Containers (HTML) (PDF) Safety Alert. Child Resistant Packaging Saves Lives (HTML) (PDF) Safety Alert. Prevent Poisoning and Death From Iron Containing Medicine (HTML) (PDF) Safety Alert. Child-Resistant Closures and Veterinary Drugs Dispensed by Veterinarians to the Consumer (HTML)
Neighborhood Safety Library Document Number Publication Description Locked Up Poisons (HTML) (PDF-SPANISH) Prevent a tragedy - protect your child against accidental poisoning. Poison Lookout Checklist (HTML) (PDF-SPANISH) Discusses home areas that are the most common sites of accidental poisonings and tells how to correct situations that may lead to poisonings.
Technical Reports and Handbooks Document Number Publication Description Poison Prevention Packaging: Textbook for Healthcare Professionals (PDF) To educate Healthcare Professionals about CPSC's child-resistant packaging program.
PDF means that the document is in portable document format. Viewing these publications requires downloading and installing, if you have not already done so, the

13. Definition, Description, And Prevention Of SIDS Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
Safe bedding recommendations for SIDS prevention by the U.S. consumer Product safety Commission, the American Academy of Pediatrics, and the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development
What is SIDS?
SIDS, or Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, is defined as the sudden, unexpected and unexplained death of any infant or young child. When surveyed about what they would have appreciated in those chilling moments after the death, SIDS parents responded with several concrete requests they were often too stunned to make at the time (Journal of Emergency Medicine, Sep 1997):
To hold their baby one last time
To have the clothing returned to them
To have a print or mold of their baby's hand
To have a lock of hair.
These poignant requests underline the tragedy of SIDS, the most common cause of infant death in developed countries. SIDS accounts for about half of the deaths that occur between one month and one year of age.
Can SIDS be prevented?
There are already several important preventive measures available. Events that occur even before the baby is born affect the risk of SIDS. Anything that causes less oxygen to get to the baby in the uterus will increase his or her risk. On average, smoking during pregnancy as well as using drugs of abuse such as cocaine or heroine. The media often focus on "crack babies," but tobacco use continues in approximately 25% of all pregnancies in the United States (J Pharmacol Exp Ther, Jun 1998). Nicotine exposure is responsible for many more SIDS deaths than any other drug of abuse, including cocaine. Stopping smoking during pregnancy is the most immediate step we can take to save infants' lives.

14. Directory Fire Prevention And Safety - General
Fire prevention and safety General Information and safety Tips A compilationof safety tips from the consumer Product safety Commission.

15. Firehouse.Com S InfoZone - Fire Safety And Prevention
Firehouse.Com s InfoZone Fire safety and prevention. The US consumer Productsafety Commission (CPSC) suggests consumers spend part of this extra time

16. Home Safety
Home Inventory Checklist. ·, consumer Product safety. ·, Is Your Home Alone?(IBHS) Detailed List of Home safety and prevention Products (PDF)

17. Prevention Safety
How can I build a safer home prevent damage? (Disaster Survival House). ·,Top 10 home prevention safety tips. ·, Seasonal home maintenance tips

18. FirstGov For Consumers Product Safety
Poison prevention, CPSC. Pool and Spa safety, - CPSC consumer Product safetyCommission Food and Drug Administration

19. Gerontologic Environmental Modifications Injury Prevention
Injury prevention Product safety Assessment Articles NYC Resources Hoarding The US consumer Product safety Commission (CPSC) is an independent

20. MedlinePlus Safety Issues
Specific Conditions; Extreme Cold A prevention Guide to Promote Your Personal Seniors; safety for Older consumers Home safety Checklist (consumer

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