OSHA NIOSH Resources



The National Demolition Association is pleased to support Safe + Sound Week, a nationwide event to raise awareness and understanding of the value of safety and health programs in workplaces. Particpation is year round. Safe + Sound Week takes place from August 9-15, 2021. We encourage members to sign up to participate in Safe + Sound Week and undertake activities that promote management leadership, worker participation, and a systematic approach to finding and fixing hazards. To sign up to receive updates, get activity ideas, access free planning and promotional tools, and to see who else is participating in Safe + Sound Week, visit

Safe + Sound partners were key collaborators for communication and outreach over the course of the year. Partners communicated about Safe + Sound Week through multiple channels, including email/listservs, Facebook, Twitter, newsletters, and website announcements. Also, 80% of partners “strongly agreed” or “agreed” that their participation with Safe + Sound was a positive experience in 2020. View the Safe + Sound 2020 Partner Year in Review Graphic to learn more! We are grateful for your support and look forward to collaborating in 2021.


HEAT Safety Tool App (OSHA-NIOSH)

The OSHA-NIOSH Heat Safety Tool is a useful resource for planning outdoor work activities based on how hot it feels throughout the day. Featuring real-time heat index and hourly forecasts, specific to your location, as well as occupational safety and health recommendations from OSHA and NIOSH.

Ladder Safety App (NIOSH)

The Ladder Safety App, NIOSH’s first mobile application, is designed to improve extension and step ladder safety — a concern for those working in construction or any other task that requires ladder use.

Lifting Equation App: NLE Calc (NIOSH)

The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) Lifting Equation mobile application, NLE Calc, is a tool to calculate the overall risk index for single and multiple manual lifting tasks. This application provides risk estimates to help evaluate lifting tasks and reduce the incidence of low back injuries in workers.

Mobile Pocket Guide (NIOSH)

The NIOSH Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards Mobile Web App (mNPG) works on any mobile device with an HTML5-compliant web browser. The app can be used offline when no internet or cell phone connection is available.

* While these resources have been reviewed and proven effective, the end user assumes all liability.