Here is a list of books that are on or include information on pottery safety, including material handling, ventilation, poisons, and so forth. These are excellent books to have in your library, available for any questions that may come up as you work in your pottery studio.
A good overview of most safety issues in the pottery and ceramic studio. Author Jeff Zamek covers the basics well, but may not go in-depth enough for some experienced potters, especially those more active in advanced techniques as well as making their own clay bodies and glazes. Read my full review.
Written by Daniel Rhodes and since added to by Robin Hopper, this book is an in-depth discussion on ceramic materials and how they work in clay bodies and glazes. This discussion includes information on hazardous raw materials such as lead and manganese. Read my full review.
Vince Pitelka's book covers a huge amount of ground about pottery. One of the chapters in this overview of pottery making is focused on safety, including material handling, ventilation, equipment, and other studio hazards such as wet floors. Read my full view.