LibrariesLists TopicsResourcesPublications Home News & Alerts Occupational Health Surveillance Data & Reports Resources For Health Care Professionals Resources For Workers Resources for Employers Contact Us Worker Health and Safety Resources and Links On This Page:Resources for WorkersResources for EmployersResources for Health Professionals Resources for Workers Nebraska Regional Poison Center For a poison emergency in the U.S. call 1-800-222-1222. The Nebraska Regional Poison Center provides education programs, collects data, conducts research and assists first responders during hazardous materials incidents. Central States Center for Agricultural Safety and Health National Safety Council Fact Sheets Nebraska Department of Agriculture, Pesticide Program Nebraska DHHS: Lead Poisoning Educational MaterialsLead poisoning educational materials from the Nebraska DHHS Lead Poisoning Prevention Program Nebraska DHHS: Office of Epidemiology Home Page Nebraska DHHS: Injury Prevention Program Nebraska Department of Labor: Employer Resources Nebraska Safety CouncilProvides leadership and resources to promote a safe and healthy environment in our workplace and community. Nebraska Workers’ Compensation Court The Nebraska Workers' Compensation Court administers and enforces the provisions of the Nebraska Workers' Compensation Act. NIOSH: Health Hazard EvaluationsEmployees and employee representatives can ask NIOSH to help learn whether health hazards are present at their place of work. NIOSH Topic Areas and Fact Sheets OSHA: Filing a Complaint with OSHANebraska does not have a state-approved occupational safety and health program. Employees and their representatives can file a complaint with federal OSHA and request an inspection of their workplace if they believe there is a serious hazard or their employer is not following OSHA standards. OSHA Fact Sheets ToxTownAn interactive guide to commonly encountered toxic substances and environmental health concerns where you live, work, and play. University of Nebraska Lincoln Extension - Pesticide Publications University of Nebraska-Lincoln - Pesticide Safety Education Program Resources for Employers NIOSH: Health Hazard EvaluationsEmployers can ask NIOSH to help them learn whether health hazards are present at their place of work. Nebraska Department of Labor: Employer Resources Nebraska Department of Labor: OSHA On-site Consultation ProgramEmployers concerned about providing their employees with a safe and healthful workplace can request an on-site visit. One of the OSHA Consultation Program's consultants can help determine if safety and health hazards exist. Work Well Inc.A worksite wellness council in Southeast Nebraska that helps businesses have healthier employees. Wellness Council of the Midlands (WELCOM)Wellness council whose mission is to lead employers to create a workplace culture of health and wellness. Great Plains Safety & Health OrganizationProfessional organization that promotes safety, health and environmental responsibility by providing professional education, support and advice to businesses, organizations, and individuals. Nebraska Safety CouncilProvides leadership and resources to promote a safe and healthy environment in our workplace and community. Resources for Health Professionals Information for Health Care ProvidersFind more health care provider resources on reporting occupational health illnesses & injuries, required forms, and medical guidelines. Association of Occupational and Environmental Clinics American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists American Public Health Association, Environmental Public Health American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists (CSTE) Disease Reporting RegulationsTitle 173, Nebraska Administrative Code, Chapter 1: Control of Communicable Diseases Nebraska DHHS Epidemiology: Reportable Diseases Nebraska DHHS Lead Poisoning Program: Resources for Health Care Professionals Federal Government Links Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Epidemiology Home Documents in PDF format require the use of Adobe Acrobat Reader which can be downloaded for free from Adobe Systems, Inc.