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October 2005, Vol. 128, No. 10
Occupational safety and health statistics: new data for a new century
William J. Wiatrowski
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Changes in classification systems covering industries, occupations, race/ethnicity, and geographic areas, along with changes to definitions and emerging medical conditions, result in new data on occupational safety and health.
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