|Texas and NIOSH cost calculator fatality counts do not agree.
||Texas counts were confirmed by BLS. The NIOSH model was using the State of death, while Texas was using the State in which the fatal injury occurred. This situation was corrected.
|Cost estimation tables should include the query parameters that were selected to create the tables on the same page.
||Because the query parameters selected could be extensive, a list cannot always be included on the same page as the cost estimation tables. However, when possible, a one page presentation is provided.
|Include the occupation, industry, and case characteristic(ANSI Z-16.2) code numbers along with the classification titles.
||Added code numbers for each of the variables at the greatest level of detail; 2-, 3-digit levels as well as 4-digit levels when applicable.
|Calculate and display the total number of fatalities on estimation tables.
||Developed the capability to generate standard frequency tables using the same selection criteria as the cost estimation tables.
|Increase the number of individual variables that can be selected for each cost estimation.
||The model was modified to have no limit on the number of individual variables that could be selected for cost estimations.
|Add Hispanic ethnicity as a variable
||Because Hispanic is not a category in the wage data, this suggestion could not be implemented.