Death on the Job: Occupational Health and Safety Struggles in the United States
USA. Monograph on trade union achievements at a national level to reduce occupational health hazardous working conditions and ensure full payment of employment accident benefits - reviews the historical background, includes an evaluation of occupational accidents and occupational diseases, considers the role of occupational organizations and occupational safety councils in safety training, health policy and legislation, and includes a guide to worker-oriented information sources. ILO mentioned. References and statistical tables.
The Official Body Count
How Cheap Is a Life?
The CompensationSafety Apparatus
6 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
1970 Senate hearings accident ACGIH AFL-CIO Alice Hamilton American asbestos asbestosis Association Auto Workers benefits beryllium black lung CACOSH California cancer Carl Carlson casualties chapter Chemical coal coke Compensation Laws compensation system compensation-safety apparatus corporate costs dangerous Daniel Hannan death director disability dust employers enforcement Environmental estimates exposure farmworkers federal groups health and safety Ibid Industrial Hygiene industrial hygienists injuries inspection insurance companies International issue Johns-Manville Journal lung disease ment million miners movement National Safety Council NIOSH OCAW occupational disease occupational health Occupational Medicine Occupational Safety organized OSHA OSHA law percent physicians plant poisons president Press prevent problems production regulations Report Safety and Health safety committee safety engineers sector silicosis standards Statistics Steelworkers strike survey Teamsters tion tional Trades U.S. Department U.S. Steel union United United Auto Workers wages Washington Workmen's Compensation workplace York