Technical Paper, Issue 239

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1919 - Mines and mineral resources
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Page 10 - Permanent partial disability means the loss of either one foot, one leg, one hand, one arm, one eye, one or more fingers, one or more toes, any dislocation where ligaments are severed, or any other injury Known in surgery to be permanent partial disability.
Page 10 - Permanent total disability means the loss of both legs or both arms, or one leg and one arm, total loss of eyesight, paralysis or other condition permanently incapacitating the workman from performing any work at any gainful occupation.
Page 2 - Results have a direct relation to many problems outside the field of Iron metallurgy. Technical Paper 193. Quarry Accidents in the United States During the Calendar Year 1916, compiled by Albert H. Fay. 1917. 58 pp. Lists fatal and nonfatal accidents classified by counties and States. Technical Paper 194. Report of the Committee on the Standardization of Mining Statistics, compiled by A. Fay. 1918. 57 pp.
Page 2 - Paper 27. Monthly Statement of Coal-Mine Accidents in the United States, January to August, 1912, Including Statistics for 1910 and 1911, compiled by FW Horton.
Page 11 - Technical Paper 168. Metal-Mine Accidents In the United States During the Calendar. Year 1915, compiled by A. H, Fay. 1917. 114 pp., 2 flgs. MINERS
Page 11 - ... Accidents at Metallurgical Works In the United States During the Calendar Year 1915, compiled by AH Fay. 1916.
Page 11 - Technical Paper 165. Quarry Accidents in the United States During the Calendar Year 1915, compiled by AH Fay. 1917. 77 pp., 1 pi. Technical Paper 166.
Page 2 - Technical Paper 215. Accidents at Metallurgical Works In the United States During the Calendar Year 1917, compiled by AH Fay.
Page 4 - ... the States now have compensation laws, and in order to conform with their classifications, the bureau's classification of serious and slight injuries for 1915 is on a 14-day (2-week) basis instead of 20 days, as in previous years. The new classification of injuries includes three types, as follows: 1. Fatal 2. Serious (time lost, more than 14 days) (a) Permanent disability Total Partial (6) Others 3.
Page 6 - Days of labor performed. Total. Per 1,000 300-day workers Total. Per 1,000 300-day workers Average tor fin years.

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