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2018 State of safety

As a new year begins, Safety+Health offers data to help paint a picture of the current safety landscape

2018 State of safety
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2018 State of Safety sources: Bureau of Labor Statistics; National Safety Council; OSHA; and Safety+Health’s 2017 Job Outlook, Training and Salary surveys.

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