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12/1/2008 - Peer reviewed journal articlesThis paper discusses ergonomic interventions that were successfully implemented at the Unimin Gleason, Tennessee operation using a participatory approach to reducing the risk of injury.
Findings from a Systematic Review of Fatigue Interventions: What's (Not) Being Tested in Mining and Other Industrial Environments4/1/2022 - Peer reviewed journal articlesA review of fatigue interventions tested on industrial shiftworkers.
2/1/2004 - Conference papersA study of heat stress exposures among mine rescue workers in underground mines. Investigating several engineering controls, such as cooling the air inhaled by rescuers through an apparatus, wearing cooling vests, and supplying thru the CCBA.
12/1/1998 - Peer reviewed journal articlesThe main premise of this paper is that often the best opportunities to reduce these rates are not revealed by retrospective analysis of injury and illness data. Instead, a proactive approach is needed that accounts for risks to specific hazards that can...