Journal of Environmental Health
Volume 79, No. 9
About the Cover
This issue’s cover article, “Occupational Health Survey in Cosmetologists in Minnesota,” explores the occupational health and safety challenges faced by cosmetologists. A survey was sent to licensed cosmetologists to collect demographic data, work history, respiratory symptoms, product usage, and health and safety training. While training related to customer safety and sanitizing processes was completed by a majority of cosmetologists, training regarding worker safety and personal health is lacking. Almost 50% of surveyed cosmetologist reported respiratory symptoms related to their work, which indicates a pressing need for education, prevention, and intervention methods.
Table of Contents
Advancement of the Science
- Occupational Health Survey of Cosmetologists in Minnesota
- Cryptosporidiosis Outbreak Associated With a Single Hotel
- Distribution and Evaluation of a Carbon Monoxide Detector Intervention in Two Settings: Emergency Department and Urban Community
- Elevated Arsenic in Private Wells of Cerro Gordo County, Iowa: Causes and Policy Changes
Advancement of the Practice
- Direct From CDC/EHSB: Minimizing Risk of Illness and Injury at Public Aquatic Facilities by Maximizing the Power of Aquatic Facility Inspection Data
Advancement of the Practitioner
- JEH Quiz #6
- Career Opportunities
- EH Calendar
- Resource Corner
- President's Message: With a Little Help From My Friends
- NEHA Organizational Members
- Special Listing
- NEHA 2017 AEC
- DirecTalk: Musings From the 10th Floor: Oh, Atlanta
E-Journal Bonus Article
- International Perspectives: Pollution Characteristics and Potential Ecological Risk Assessment of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Wastewater Irrigated Soil
- Hach Company
- HealthSpace USA Inc
- Hedgerow Software U.S., Inc.
- IAPMO R&T
- Industrial Test Systems, Inc.
- Inspect2GO Environmental Health Software
- Ozark River/Integrity Distribution
- Sweeps Software, Inc.