The Impact of the Radium Girls on Occupational Health Standards


In honor of Labor Day, we are highlighting a document from the 1961 National Safety Congress on Labor Safety. The document discusses the implications of the case of the 'Radium Girls' who sued their employers for radiation poisoning in the 1930s, setting a legal precedent for occupational diseases. Click here to view the full document!


To read more about the Radium Girls, check out this article publised by The Atlantic.