New approach to occupational safety and health statistics

Schauer, Lyle R.; Ryder, Thomas S.
March 1972
Monthly Labor Review;Mar72, Vol. 95 Issue 3, p14
Academic Journal
Discusses the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics' mandatory record-keeping program for job-related injuries and illnesses. Changes in government's approach to the collection of work injury statistics; Occupational safety law; Accuracy of work injury statistics.


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