Statistics-based Safety - Part 1: An Analysis of the Crushed Stone Injuries Occurring During a 10-year Span Provides Insight Into Improving Safety
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Statistics-based Safety - Part 1: An Analysis of the Crushed Stone Injuries Occurring During a 10-year Span Provides Insight Into Improving Safety

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    Making sure workers within the aggregates industry go home safely each day is the goal of aggregate companies throughout the United States. At the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) researchers are contributing to NIOSH’s vision of safety and health through a fact-finding approach to reducing injuries/illnesses in various mineral sectors. Surveillance data from the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) has been the primary source for such analyses. It helps to focus research efforts on key machinery, workers, and their tasks. The crushed stone category referred to in this article is represented as crushed and broken stone in the MSHA database.
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