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agosto de 2004
DHHS (NIOSH) publicación N.º 2004-156

Prevención de caídas de trabajadores por tragaluces y aberturas de techos y pisos

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Minnesota Department of Health [1994]. Farmer dies after falling through fiberglass skylight panel. Minneapolis, MN: Minnesota Department of Health, Minnesota Fatality Assessment and Control Evaluation Program (MN FACE) Investigation 94MN04001.

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