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Examining the completeness of occupational injury and illness data: an update on current research. Wiatrowski, William J. Jun 1, 2014 5529
Comparing fatal work injuries in the United States and the European Union. Wiatrowski, William J.; Janocha, Jill A. Jun 1, 2014 2849
Mental health status of Ontario injured workers with permanent impairments. O'Hagan, Fergal T.; Ballantyne, Peri J.; Vienneau, Pat Report Jul 1, 2012 5640
Practical nurses' health and safety in nursing homes. Palumbo, Mary Val; McLaughlin, Vicki; McIntosh, Barbara; Rambur, Betty Report Dec 22, 2011 6980
The elephant in the room: huge rates of nursing and healthcare worker injury--Part 2. Report Dec 1, 2010 2089
Welding ergonomics--elements. Popescu, Mihaela Report Jan 1, 2010 1389
Time switch leads to increase in work injuries. Brief article Oct 1, 2009 277
Post-injury work outcomes revisited. Baldwin, Marjorie L.; Conway, Karen Smith; Huang, Ju-Chin Jul 1, 2009 8992
Michigan Provides Better "Value Proposition" for Injured Workers and Employers Compared to 10 Other States, Reports WCRI Study. Jun 11, 2009 609
Maryland Provides Better "Value Proposition" for Injured Workers and Employers Compared to Nine Other States, Reports WCRI Study. Oct 23, 2008 652
Pain on the job: musculoskeletal disorders put a cramp in worker's compensation. Kennedy, Linda T. Sep 1, 2008 1794
More for your workers' comp money: study identifies states with "good value" for workers, employers. Clifton, Joshua Sep 1, 2007 463
"'You Think it is Turning But it is the Multiple Small Stuff': Gender, the Division of Labour and Musculoskeletal Injury Among Nursing Staff.". Moffat, Sandra Brief article Mar 22, 2006 100
Do longer working hours lead to more workplace injuries? Evidence from Australian industry-level panel data. Wilkins, Roger Jun 1, 2005 7063
Work-related multiple-fatality incidents. Drudi, Dino; Zak, Mark Oct 1, 2004 12401
Occupational fatalities: self-employed workers and wage and salary workers: although making up just 7.4 percent of the U.S. civilian workforce in 2001, self-employed workers incurred almost 20 percent of workplace fatalities that year; even in the same industry or occupation, they faced risks different from those of their wage and salary counterparts. Pegula, Stephen M. Mar 1, 2004 8003
Work-related injury among South Texas middle school students: prevalence and patterns. Hassan, Sohela Dec 1, 2003 6504
Dying for the job: the state of workplace health and safety in the United States. (Interview). Interview Sep 1, 2002 2097

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