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Occupation and Health in New Mexico

New Mexico Epidemiology Report (March 7, 2014, Vol. 2014, Number 2). NMDOH began collecting the current occupation and industry of respondents to the NM BRFSS in 2011 through state-added questions. This report describes selected findings from the first year's data.
New Mexico — Technical Report — 3/7/2014 — 6 Views

DOSH Inspection and Consultation Visits and Compensable Claims Rates in Washington State

Since 2002 the Safety & Health Assessment & Research for Prevention (SHARP) program of the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries (L&I) has conducted annual analyses of the association between enforcement and consultation activities of the Washington State Division of Occupational Safety & Health (DOSH) and compensable claims rates.
Washington — Technical Report — 3/3/2014 — 1 Views

Massachusetts Fatal Injuries at Work: 2012 Annual Update

Report on fatal occupational injuries in Massachusetts. Prepared by the Massachusetts CFOI and FACE programs.
Massachusetts — Technical Report — 2/28/2014 — 1 Views

Timber Harvester Operator Killed Following a Chain Shot Incident

WA FACE investigation report of Timber Harvester Operator Killed Following a Chain Shot Incident. Includes industry best practices and detailed injury prevetion measures.
Washington — Technical Report — 2/24/2014 — 1 Views

Temporary Worker Dies while Cleaning a Double Auger Screw Conveyor Machine – Massachusetts

Results of an investigation by MA FACE into a work-related fatality, including recommendations for prevention.
Massachusetts — Technical Report — 1/30/2014 — 3 Views

Young woodworker’s fingertips amputated by saw – “It took my hand with it”

A 22-year-old wood product assembler was cutting boards with a planer saw when a big piece of the board got jammed in the blade. It was not the first time this jamming happened. Although he should have turned off the saw, his supervisor told him not to stop it too often. He tried to remove the piece of wood just like he did before. “I figured as long I was careful I can be fine, I was wrong,” he said, “It took my hand with it.” Two of his fingertips were amputated. More »
Washington — Technical Report — 12/16/2013 — 2 Views

Hispanic Farm Laborer Struck by 550-gallon Water Tank When Wood Support Structure Collapsed

MIFACE, funded by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), is a joint research project of Michigan State University College of Human Medicine’s Occupational and Environmental Medicine Division and the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA). More »
Michigan — Technical Report — 11/19/2013 — 9 Views

Orchard Tractor Operator Dies when Run Over by Trailer-Mounted Water Tank Towed by Tractor

Washington FACE Fatality Investigation Report Orchard Tractor Operator Dies when Run Over by Trailer-Mounted Water Tank Towed by Tractor
Washington — Technical Report — 11/18/2013 — 2 Views

Traumatic Injury at Work in New Hampshire: Utilization of the New Hampshire Traumatic Emergency Medical Services Information System Data for Occuptaional Health 2009-2011

Report highlighting traumatic work related injury as reported to the NH emergency medical services information system.
New Hampshire — Technical Report — 11/18/2013 — 3 Views

Survey of Safe Patient Handling Activities in Massachusetts Hospitals

Results of a survey of current safe patient handling policies and practices in Massachusetts hospitals.
Massachusetts — Technical Report — 11/1/2013 — 2 Views

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