McCann, Michael. Artist Beware. New York: Watson-Guptill (1979)
Rossol, Monona. ACTS FACTS (1987-present). A monthly newsletter on government regulations and research which affect the arts and theater.
Rossol, Monona. The Artist's Complete Health and Safety Guide. Allworth Press, (1990; 2nd Ed.,1994; 3rd Ed., 2001). Winner of 1996 Choice Outstanding Academic Book Award from the Association of College and Research Libraries. It provides health, safety, and regulatory information for US/Canadian artists. Included are charts of hundreds of pigments, metals, minerals, solvents, plastics, paints, and other materials used in the art with recommendations about choosing the safest products and the ventilation and other precautions needed to work safely with these materials.
Rossol, Monona. The Health & Safety Guide for Film, TV & Theater. Allworth Press. (2001). This book covers the major health and safety hazards and precautions and OSHA regulators applicable to technical theater workers (e.g., scenic designers and artists, costume and prop makers, etc.) and performers.
Rossol, Monona. Keeping Clay Work Safe & Legal (1993, 2nd Ed., 1996) Published by the National Council on Education for the Ceramic arts. It provides coverage of all the major health & safety hazards and precautions for ceramics and can function as an OSHA training text for ceramics workers and teachers
Rossol, Monona. Overexposure: Health Hazards in Photography. Allworth Press, co- authored with Susan Shaw, (1991). An in depth treatment of the hazards of photographic chemicals. (Limited availability)
Arts, Crafts, and Theater Safety, Monona Rossol
Golden Artist Colors
Health Hazards in the Arts
Green Art: A Guide to Sites of Artists Concerned with Ecology
Online Health and Safety in the Arts Library