Occupational injuries and illnesses, counts, rates, and characteristics

Occupational injuries and illnesses, counts, rates, and characteristics

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Powered handtools, another major group commonly cited, includes all hand-held tools that require a source of energy to operate, such as powered saws and welding torches. ... off-road vehicle, such as golf carts; rail vehicle; and water vehicle. ... atmospheric and environmental conditions; paper, books, and magazines; steam, vapors, and liquids not elsewhere classified (for ... The driver of the car has several injuries from striking parts of the car and being struck by broken glass.


Title:Occupational injuries and illnesses, counts, rates, and characteristics
Author:United States. Bureau of Labor Statistics
Publisher: - 2004
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