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    NSC and NIOSH release special issue of safety journal

    February 12, 2014

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    Washington – A new special issue of the Journal of Safety Research features research projects from the 2011 National Occupational Injury Research Symposium.

    The issue includes 15 studies addressing topics such as fall prevention and safety communication training for construction foremen, injury rates and drug testing at small construction companies, roof falls among construction workers, work-related violence against educators, and injuries among semi-truck drivers.

    The symposium was sponsored by NIOSH, the National Safety Council and the Liberty Mutual Research Institute for Safety.