An evaluation of Wisconsin's on-site occupational health consultation program
Gail Krc, Wisconsin. Dept. of Health and Social Services. Division of Policy and Budget. Bureau of Evaluation
Division of Policy and Budget, Wisconsin Dept. of Health and Social Services, 1982 - Technology & Engineering - 188 pages
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79 and FY analysis and/or associated with occupational businesses in especially chemical substances/physical Department of Industry Department of Labor Division of Health efforts Electrical employee exposure especially hazardous industries Fabricated Metal federal follow-up activities follow-up visits Gray Iron Health Administration health consultation program health consultation services Human Relations Illness Rates industrial hygiene industrial hygienists Injury and Illness James Weidman Job Safety Kindred Products Labor and Human large businesses Misc monitoring number of visits occupational health consultation occupational health hazards occupational health nurses Occupational Health Section occupational illness Occupational Injury Occupational Safety on-site consultation program on-site visits OSHA potential Priority received in FY recommended requesting services requests from large requests from small requests received Safety and Health samples serious hazards identified services provided Stone & Stone substances evaluated TABLE TARGET INDUSTRY GROUPS Total types of substances U.S. Department Washington D.C. Wisconsin Department Wisconsin Division worker health worksites