NIOSH Ladder Safety

This new app uses visual and audio signals to make it easier for workers using extension ladders to check the angle of the ladder’s position, as well as access useful tips for safely using extension ladders.

NIOSH Sound Level Meter App

The NIOSH Sound Level Meter (SLM) app combines the best features of professional sound levels meters and noise dosimeters into a simple, easy-to-use package. The app was developed to help workers make informed decisions about their noise environment and promote better hearing health and prevention efforts.

OSHA Links

Don’t carry heavy OSHA reference books to the jobsite or to the plant on an inspection tour — carry OSHA right in your hand!

1926 Construction Regulations

1910 General Industry Regulations

Heat Safety Tool

When you’re working in the heat, safety comes first. With the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Heat Safety Tool, you have vital safety information available whenever and wherever you need it — right on your mobile phone.

The app allows workers and supervisors to calculate the heat index for their worksites, and based on the heat index, displays a risk level to outdoor workers. Then, with a click or tap, you can get reminders about the protective measures that should be taken at that risk level to protect workers from heat-related illnesses, including reminders about drinking enough fluids, scheduling rest breaks, planning for and knowing what to do in an emergency, adjusting work operations, gradually building up the workload for new workers, training on heat illness signs and symptoms, and monitoring each other for signs and symptoms of heat-related illness.

Centers For Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

The CDC’s official app helps you explore a variety of health information topics, including health articles, popular journals, timely updates, and access to social media. This application is a companion to the CDC’s trusted website (

NIOSH Chemical Hazards

The complete contents of the 2010 NIOSH pocket guide are available on your iPhone, or iPad, and includes the following enhanced functionality:

  • Four searchable indexes: chemical name/synonym/trade name, cas number, rtecs, and un / dot numbers
  • Includes links to associated International Chemical Safety Cards (ICSC) documents from the World Health Organization (WHO) as well as the latest (2008) associated Department of Transportation (DOT) Emergency Response Guide pages
  • Ability to select “favorite” chemicals for quick access
  • The full standard contents of the entire 2010 pocket guide available locally on your iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad and a network or data connection is never required except to send email feedback.
  • Supports printing of all guide pages as well as Emergency Response Guide (ERG) and ICSC pages using iOS 4.2 AirPrint functionality.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Using AirPrint requires a device (iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch) that has been updated to iOS 4.2 or higher as well as an AirPrint-supported printer.