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Accident Cost Indicator Model to Estimate Costs to Industry and Society from Work-related Injuries and Deaths in Underground Coal Mining. Volume III Supporting Data.
Dicanio-DG; Nakata-AH; Colvert-D; Laveque-EG
NTIS: PB/264-440 Available for Reference At Bureau Libraries :104 pages
This three-volume report describes a computer-based model for estimating the tangible costs of injuries and deaths from work- related accidents in underground coal mines. The study undertook to identify and quantify the elements of accident costs, including field visits to coal mines, insurance carriers, and public agencies. Statistical distributions of mining family characteristics, data on 95 miners killed in underground accidents, and other basic data used to develop the model are presented in Volume III.
CP; Final Contract Report;
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NTIS: PB/264-440 Available for Reference At Bureau Libraries
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