Recorded webinars related to Hurricane Sandy:

             Safety Issues with Clean-up of Hurricane Sandy

             Hurricane Sandy: Protecting Workers and Volunteers from Mold


             Mold Exposure and Health Effects

             Protecting Workers, Volunteers, & Residents Occupational & Environmental Health & Wage & Hour Issues in  

             Sandy Clean-Up Efforts. Recorded on Thursday, December 6, 2012

                                     Dave Newman, NYCOSH

                                     Robert Kulick, Region 2 Administrator, OSHA

                                     Judith Enck, Region 2 Administrator, EPA

                                     Eileen Franco, Director, Division of Safety & Health, NYS DOL

                                     Terri Gerstein, Labor Bureau Chief, Office of NYS Attorney General


These Federal and State resources provide detailed information on issues

related to the disaster clean up.

              NIEHS - NIEHS Hurricane Sandy Resources


              OSHA - OSHA Flood Clean-up Fact Sheet

              NIOSH - NIOSH Alert: Preventing Occupational Respiratory Disease from Exposures Caused by

                             Dampness in Office Buildings, Schools, and Other Nonindustrial Buildings

              NJ Department of Health

              New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

              New York City Department of Buildings

The Rutgers School of Public Health, Office of Public Health Practice has provided webinars of issues related to post-disaster clean up. These webinars provide information on how to protect yourself during these operations.

Hurricane Sandy Resources

Phone: 732.235.9450  •  Fax 732.469.1027