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Mining Publication: Independent Contractor Trends in the United States Mining Industry

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September 1996

Image of publication Independent Contractor Trends in the United States Mining Industry

Employment and accident trends of independent contractors working at coal and noncoal mines in the United States are reported. Data include employee hours and accidents, both fatal and nonfatal, from 1985 through 1994. Also noted are increases or decreases in certain accident classifications and accident rates, particularly those which have shown significant change during the ten-year period.

Authors: EA Barrett, BA Fotta, LL Rethi

Conference PaperSeptember - 1996

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NIOSHTIC2 Number: 20024021

Proceedings of Minesafe International 1996 (Perth, Australia) 1996 :357-362

 
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