Identification and Development of Data Necessary for the Relative Evaluation of Priorities for Occupational Health Research Volume 2: Methodology and Results.
NIOSH 1973 Mar:93 pages
The relative evaluation of priorities for occupational health research on hazardous agents and substances in the workplace is studied. Five indices are used to classify each agent or substance; of these information on production/sales, trend in use, and population exposed is available, but information is not available for the incidence or relative severity indices. Those agencies, association, and organizations which have or are developing data sources with information on any of the indices are identified, and the best sources are determined. The delphi methodology is used to determine the relative for obtaining data and identifying data sources for other indices, (Contract No 099-71-0110)
NIOSH-Publication; Hazardous-materials; Hazards; Contract-099-72-0110;
Applied Management Sciences, Silver Spring, Maryland, NIOSH Contract No. 099-72-0110, 93 pages