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March 2004, Vol. 127, No. 3
An international analysis of workplace injuries
Research Associate, Research and Training Center Stout Vocational Rehabilitation Institute University of Wisconsin-Stout.
Analysis of workplace injuries in the United States and four other countries indicates that economic expansion can result in increases in workplace injury rates, however, safety measures have a counter effect and may lead to a net reduction in claim counts.
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