Work-Related Lung Disease Surveillance Report (1996)
During the 25-year period from 1968 to 1992 there were a total of 100,890 deaths with pneumoconiosis among U.S. residents, age 15 & over. Overall pneumoconiosis mortality in the U.S. has been gradually declining over the past 2 decades. The pneumoconiosis conditions highlighted in this report include asbestosis, coal workers' pneumoconiosis, silicosis, byssinosis, & pneumoconioses classified as either unspecifiedÓ or otherÓ, as well as all pneumoconioses aggregated. Each state is discussed in detail. Extensive charts, tables & maps.
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age-adjusted mortality rates Asbestosis Coal workers Average severity level based on small Byssinosis pneumoconioses pneumoconioses cause of death Census Center for Health condition and county Crude mortality rate death data deaths and age-adjusted deaths by condition deaths by sex Deaths Deaths/Million deaths listed deaths with multiple description and Appendix Distribution of deaths estimates from U.S. exceeding the permissible exposure limit PEL Figure Health Administration Health Statistics multiple ICD-8 and ICD-9 ICD-9 codes indicates no deaths Male Female methods and ICD-8 multiple pneumoconioses National Center Number of Deaths Number of MSHA Number Percent Total OSHA inspector samples Percent Total deaths permissible exposure limit Pneumoconiosis deaths pneumoconiosis Silicosis Byssinosis Population estimates potential life lost Rates based residents age 15 Safety and Health Silicosis Byssinosis pneumoconioses Silicosis Byssinosis Unspecified/Other small numbers source description Statistics multiple cause Total deaths Crude type of pneumoconiosis U.S. age-adjusted mortality U.S. Bureau U.S. residents age White Black
Page E-1 - Statistics, the Mine Safety and Health Administration, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, the Health Care Financing Administration, and the Social Security Administration.
Page E-1 - The Mine Safety and Health Administration, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration and the Environmental Protection Agency will have a role in the analysis of the adequacy of preventive programs.
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