NIOSH to Host Public Meeting to Present IBM Study Results

The agency will host a meeting to present the results of a health study done on former workers at an IBM facility.

NIOSH announced that it will hold a public meeting to present results from a health study done on former workers at an IBM facility in Endicott, N.Y.

NIOSH began studying potential health outcomes among IBM workers in 2009 in a study that included more than 34,000 people who worked at the Endicott facility between 1969 and 2001. According to NIOSH, the study aimed to evaluate the cause of death and testicular cancer diagnoses among former workers, as well as birth defects in children of former workers

NIOSH will present its findings on Jan. 23 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at First United Methodist Church in Endicott, N.Y. For complete details on the location, time, and the agenda, visit http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/updates/upd-01-06-14.html.

Download Center

  • EHS Buyer's Guide

    Download this buyer's guide to make more informed decisions as you're looking for an EHS management software system for your organization.

  • Online Safety Training Buyer's Guide

    Use this handy buyer's guide to learn the basics of selecting online safety training and how to use it at your workplace.

  • COVID Return-to-Work Checklist, Fall 2021

    Use this checklist as an aid to help your organization return to work during the COVID-19 pandemic in a safe and healthy manner.

  • SDS Buyer's Guide

    Learn to make informed decisions while searching for SDS Management Software.

  • Risk Matrix Guide

    Risk matrices come in many different shapes and sizes. Understanding the components of a risk matrix will allow you and your organization to manage risk effectively.

  • Industry Safe

Featured Whitepapers

OH&S Digital Edition

  • OHS Magazine Digital Edition - September 2021

    September 2021

    Featuring:

    • COMBUSTIBLE DUST
      Managing Combustible Dust and Risk Mitigation
    • PPE: CONSTRUCTION
      The Rising Popularity of Safety Helmets on the Jobsite
    • PPE: ELECTRICAL SAFETY
      Five Tips for a Successful Wear Trial
    • SAFETY & HEALTH
      Medical Surveillance Versus Medical Screening
    View This Issue