Accelerating Toward New Hazards: Protecting Workers During the Transition to Electric Vehicles, Jan. 2022

In 2010, too few battery-electric vehicles were purchased in America to be noted in the Bureau of Transportation Statistics report on new vehicle sales. In March 2021, 122,000 hybrid and battery-electric vehicles were sold— a new record high. This rate of growth presents challenges for workers, companies, and the occupational health professionals who work within them.

Wake-Up Call: Toward an Industrial Hygiene Approach to Work-Related Fatigue, Dec. 2021

Fatigue is pervasive and nondiscriminating, potentially affecting any worker at any job in any organization. While fatigue may be a complex construct, there are many tools available to tailor the anticipation, recognition, evaluation, and control of this hazard among different organizations.