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William Wiatrowski, Associate Commissioner for Compensation and Working Conditions at BLS, discusses "Safety at Work"

Friday, September 28, 2012 at 9 a.m.

Biography: William Wiatrowski, Associate Commissioner for Compensation and Working Conditions at Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)

Presentation [PDF]

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Safety at Work [PDF]
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Safety at Work: Fatal Inuries [PDF]
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Safety at Work: Non-Fatal Injuries and Illnesses [PDF]
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The likelihood of fatal work injury increases with age [PDF]
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What events lead to fatal work injuries? [PDF]
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Does the risk of fatal injury vary by industry? [PDF]
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Over 90 percent of fatally-injured workers are men [PDF]
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Work-related homicides differ by gender [PDF]
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Fatal work injuries to native-born and foreign-born Hispanic workers [PDF]
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Trends in nonfatal workplace injury and illness rates [PDF]
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Non-fatal injuries and illnesses across industries [PDF]
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Ergonomic injuries and illnesses among selected occupations [PDF]
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Nature of nonfatal injuries and illnesses [PDF]
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Severity of non-fatal injuries and illnesses [PDF]
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Workers at all ages face risk of non-fatal injuries and illnesses, but older workers take longer to recover [PDF]
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How workers experience influences recovery time [PDF]
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A closer look at fatal falls [PDF]
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Fatal falls can happen from any height, especially for older workers [PDF]
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Injuries resulting from non-fatal falls vary by age [PDF]
 

Source: U.S. Census Bureau | Public Information Office | PIO@census.gov | Last Revised: February 25, 2014