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stationary sawFatality Assessment and Control Evaluation (FACE) Program Investigations

The FACE fatality investigation program focuses on machine-related fatalities as one of its primary targets for surveillance and prevention. Since the inception of the FACE program in 1982, hundreds of fatal incidents involving machine-related injuries have been investigated by NIOSH and state investigators. These links provide lists of those cases which in turn links to the full-text reports on the FACEWeb.

 
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