The OHS Alert RSS feed is an easy way to view the headlines and summaries from OHS Alert.
What Is RSS?
RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication and it is a system that enables you to receive regular and automatic updates from websites you are interested in. So instead of having to monitor your favourite sites on a regular basis, you can use RSS to deliver news items directly to you.
How do I Access the RSS feeds?
Before you can have access to this service you must obtain the appropriate software. Newsreaders are generally available online and many of them are free of charge. You can either choose a news reader to download and install on your computer or alternatively you can access web-based services through your web browser.
There is a list of RSS readers maintained at DMOZ Open Directory Project.
All the OHS Alert RSS News Feeds are listed below.
» All Articles
» Latest News
» Workers' compensation
» Workplace safety
» Legislation, regulation and caselaw
» Journal articles - occupational medicine research
» Research and reports
» Events Summary
» Jobs Summary
To subscribe to an RSS feed, right-click on the orange RSS icon above and select "Copy Shortcut" or "Copy Link Location" , then paste the URL into your RSS reader and follow the instructions for your particular news reader.
How to use the OHS Alert RSS feed
If you want to read a full news item, you can view it in the RSS reader, or read it in your usual internet browser, such as Internet Explorer, Netscape, or Safari (the latest version of Safari has an integrated RSS reader).
The OHS Alert RSS feed is currently in beta version. Please note there may be compatibility issues with some web-based readers.
Who can use this service?
To view entire OHS Alert articles in your RSS reader, you will have to be a OHS Alert subscriber and know your username and password. Non-subscribers will be able to view headlines and summaries only.
All OHS Alert feeds and articles are protected by copyright. You may not redistribute or display OHS Alert articles or RSS feeds without our written consent.