Hurricane Sandy Clean Up Hazards

Post Sandy Mold Clean-Up: Do It Once, Do It Right

Protecting Worker and Occupant Health From Sewage in Floodwater

Hierachy of Control of Hazards

Risk Reduction

Employers Must Provide and Pay for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) NJ WEC Fact Sheet


Guidelines for Mold Remediation (Removal)

OSHA: A Brief Guide to Mold in the Workplace

Katrina and Rita Clean Up Workers Mold Fact Sheet

Respiratory Health in New York City Neighborhoods Most Affected by Hurricane Sandy, NYC Dept of Health and Mental Hygiene

Trajadores de Limpieza de Katrina y Rita: Hoja Informativa Sobre El Moho



How to Use a Respirator: A Fact Sheet for Hurricane Sandy Clean Up Workers

Como Usar Un Respirador: Trajadores de Limpieza de Katrina y Rita: Hoja Informativa

Respirator Basics

 Como Usar Un Respirador – Hoja Informativa Para Los Trabajdores De Limpieza De Sandy


What is Asbestos

OSHA Asbestos Standards


Other Hazards

Carbon Monoxide

Diesel Exhaust Fact Sheet


Other Resources

Protecting Worker and Community Health: Are We Prepared for the Next 9/11? -- A NYCOSH report (December 2013)

Worker Education and Traininig Program, NIEHS

OSHA: Hurricane Sandy Page:

NYC Deparment of Health & Mental Hygiene: Hurricane Sandy Health Portal:

US Department of Labor (OSHA) Health and Safety Plan for Hurricane Sandy

NIOSH Alert: Preventing Occupational Respiratory Disease from Exposures Caused by Dampness in Office Buildings,Schools, and Other Nonindustrial Buildings,


NYCOSH Offices:

New York City
61 Broadway - Suite 1710
NY, NY 10006
(Fax) 212-227-9854

Long Island
150 Motor Parkway - Suite 306
Hauppauge, NY 11788
(Fax) 631-435-1893