Health and health promotion
Canadian Health Network
A national, 100% Canadian, bilingual site, sponsored by the federal government, with the goal of providing Canadians with reliable, officially reviewed information on child care, healthy eating, addictions, disabilities and more. Recommended to OH professionals as a health promotion resource and an opportunity to know what information is available to your workers.
Toxicology, industrial hygiene and environmental health
Integrated Risk Information System (from EPA - Environmental Protection Agency)
Where to find MSDSs on the Internet.
Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA),
United States Department of Labor
Graduates from the Program may apply for certification by Professional Organisations in their respective fields. Below is a list of links to such Organisations
The Canadian Registration Board of Occupational Hygienists is a non-profit organization mandated to establish the norms for professional competence for registered occupational hygienists and occupational hygiene technologists across Canada. Registration with the CRBOH confers the right to use the designation Registered Occupational Hygienist (ROH) or Registered Occupational Hygiene Technologist (ROHT).
The Canadian Board of Occupational Medicine was established to "encourage the study, improve the practice and elevate the standards of occupational medicine throughout Canada." It is incorporated federally to certify competence of those physicians with special knowledge of occupational medicine. Examinations are held once a year in either English or French.
Offered by the Canadian Nurses Association (CNA), the certification credential is part of a respected national certification program. The program is developed by Canadian nurses for Canadian nurses. This credential reflects the unique elements and challenges required to reward excellence in nursing.
American Association for Occupational Health Nurses (excellent resource!)
Canadian Society of Safety Engineering (CSSE)
Information on safety issues, as well as on professional development and networking for safety professionals.
Ontario Occupational Health Nurses Association (lots of valuable information)
American Psychological Association (1998)
The APA is the premier resource for bibliography and citation style particularly used in the humanities and in nursing, and increasingly adopted by scientific publications in general. Information includes how to cite information from the Internet and the WWW.
New Jersey fact sheets on occupational health and the environment
(direct download of Portable File Document, or PDF file)
UC Berkeley Library has written an excellent tutorial for both Internet beginners and advanced learners.