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Journal of Safety Research issues special edition on NIOSH symposium

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Washington – A special issue of the Journal of Safety Research – available online for free through July – features projects from the 2015 National Occupational Injury Research Symposium.

The issue includes research on the topics of police officer fatigue, all-terrain vehicle safety, fisherman deck hazards and evaluations of injury prevention programs, among others.

The annual symposium is sponsored by NIOSH, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the National Safety Council.

For more information about the special issue or the journal, contact Katie Porretta at katie.porretta@nsc.org or (630) 775-2323.

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