Occupational Safety and Health in Public Health Emergencies A Manual for Protecting Health Workers and Responders

This manual provides an overview of the main occupational safety and health risks faced by emergency responders during disease outbreaks and other emergencies. It is focused on needs in low-resource settings, and provides guidance on establishing systems that can reduce occupational exposures, injury, illness, and death among response workers; decrease stress and reduce fears; and promote responder health and well-being.
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