October 13, 2005
OSHA's Lost Workday Injury and Illness Database, 1996-2002
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has for several years tracked lost work day injury and illness (LWDII) rates at about 80,000 worksites in selected high-hazard industries across the country. After years of litigation with OSHA, the New York Times was able to win release of LWII. The Memory Hole is making LWDII available.
The question now is, "who is the most dangerous employer?
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