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March 1988
DHHS (NIOSH) Publication Number 89-103

National Occupational Exposure Survey Analysis of Management Interview Responses

The National Occupational Hazard Survey (NOHS) was conducted during 1972-1974 because of the recognized need for data on occupational health practices in industry and on worker exposure to chemical, physical, or biological agents in the various industries and occupations. While the data from this survey proved to be quite useful, it was obvious by the late 1970's that it had become dated, and did not reflect the substantial changes which had occurred.

National Occupational Exposure Survey Analysis of Management Interview Responses [PDF - 6,696 KB]

 
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