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Industry and Occupation Coding Software

NIOSH provides two products that support the automation of coding industry and occupation. For detailed information about each of these products click the links provided below.


NIOSH Industry & Occupation Computerized Coding System (NIOCCS)

NIOCCS is a web-based Industry and Occupation (I&O) coding tool released for public use in December 2012. Features include: autocoding and computer-assisted coding of I&O narratives; coding according to the Bureau of Census 2000, 2002, 2010 I&O Classification System; option to output associated NAICS and SOC codes; and crosswalk capabilities for Census 1990, 2000, 2002, and 2010 classification schemes.

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Standardized Occupation and Industry Coding (SOlC) System

SOIC is a previously released I&O coding software package developed by NIOSH that uses the Census 1990 I&O Classification System. SOIC is still available for historical purposes.

Click here to learn more about SOIC and how to downloaded the software.

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