Fall-from-vehicle injuries in the construction industry.
Bobick-TG; Jensen-RG; Stanevich-RL
Advances in Industrial Ergonomics and Safety III. Karwowski W, Yates JW, Mital A, eds. New York: Taylor and Francis, 1991 May; 3:743-750
Data analyzed by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Division of Safety Research show that falls from vehicles accounted for more than 35% of the fall-related injuries in the heavy construction industry during the period 1980 through 1987. Improvements in access systems on many trucks and other heavy equipment used in construction could help to reduce these injuries.
Construction-industry; Construction-equipment; Construction-workers; Traumatic-injuries; Injuries; Injury-prevention; Equipment-operators; Equipment-design; Equipment-reliability; Morbidity-rates; Mortality-rates; Machine-operators; Truck-drivers
Karwowski-W; Yates-JW; Mital-A
Advances in Industrial Ergonomics and Safety III. Proceedings of the Annual International Industrial Ergonomics and Safety Conference held in Lake Tahoe, Nevada, 10-14 June 1991. The Official Conference of the International Foundation for Industrial Ergonomics and Safety Research