Full catalogue of HSE publications. This includes:
The Legal (L) series which contains all published approved codes of practice.
The Health and Safety Guidance (HSG) series is guidance to best practice in applying and complying with H&S law.
In OTHER section there are some valuable resources including EH40/2005, the most up to date guide available for identifying workplace exposure limits involving hazardous chemicals; EH40/2005 is directly for use with the CoSHH Regs.
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Developed by the Centres for Disease Control & Prevention, this "self-paced" course consists of reading, exercises and self assessment quizzes. The course covers basic epidemiology principles, concepts and procedures. It is aimed at local government and private sector health professionals responsible for disease surveillance. The programe of study is outlined below including the instructional text and related exercises.
Lesson 1: Introduction to Epidemiology
Lesson 2: Summarizing data
Lesson 3: Measures of risk
Lesson 4: Displaying public health data
Lesson 5: Public health surveillance
Lesson 6: Investigating an outbreak
Toxicology Tutorials. Created by the National Library of Medicine, these online tutorials have been developed to support users of NLM's toxicology databases. Written at an introductory level, the course outline is as follows;
Lesson 1: Basic principles
Lesson 2: Toxicokinetics
Lesson 3: Cellular toxicology
For further reading and guidance try Epidemiology for the Uninitiated. It is provided by the BMJ and is gauged at an introductory level. The book offers guidance on the epidemiological approach, jargon and terminology used, and methods.