A guide to evaluating your firm's injury and illness experience, 1976: wholesale and retail trade industries
United States. Bureau of Labor Statistics, United States. Office of Occupational Safety and Health Statistics. Division of Periodic Surveys
Dept. of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1978 - Business & Economics - 13 pages
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100 full-time employees 100 full-time workers 1976—Continued Incidence rates 1st quartile 3rd quartile 8.0 injuries all-sizes category average employment Average One-quarter Bureau of Labor category closest Column A Column Column C Column Column D Average compute an incidence Computing incidence rates Decor Furniture Sales employees during 1976 employment size Incidence employment-size group equal establishments establishments establishments Evaluating Your Firm's firm firm's employment level firm's incidence rate full-time workers Column Furniture and home Furniture Sales experienced health performance health program illness incidence rates illnesses during 1976 illnesses per 100 incidence rates establishments industries by employment industry and employment-size injuries and illnesses LABOR STATISTICS REGIONAL number of injuries Occupational injury Occupational Safety OSHA Phone quartile distribution rate for Decor rate higher rate in column rate of 8.0 rates establishments establishments rates per 100 Regions IX retail trade industries safety and health STATISTICS REGIONAL OFFICES table which begins wholesale and retail