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    Reference Information | Federal agencies | Professional development

    Safety publications earn spots on government’s best-seller list

    January 22, 2014

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    Washington – Some of the top-selling federal government publications of 2013 were occupational safety-related, according to a Government Printing Office list released Jan. 22.

    GPO lists the Department of Transportation’s “Emergency Response Guidebook 2012” – which provides information to first responders on protecting themselves during an initial response to an incident – as the fourth most popular publication.

    NIOSH’s “Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards” book ranked 34th and the Federal Aviation Administration’s “FAA Safety Briefing” magazine ranked 45th.