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Epidemiology of vessel casualties and commercial fishing fatalities in Alaska.
Proceedings of the Second National Fishing Industry Safety and Health Workshop, November 21-22, 1997, Seattle, Washington. Klatt ML, Conway GA, eds. Washington, DC: National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, 2000 Jan; :25-29
Ms. Jennifer Lincoln, Occupational Safety and Health Specialist, NIOSH Alaska Field Station, presented "Epidemiology of Vessel Casualties and Commercial Fishing Fatalities in Alaska." Ms. Lincoln addressed three broad areas that result in commercial fishing fatalities: lost vessels (capsized/sunk), falls overboard, and diving-related events. She also stressed the importance of not just reacting to these emergencies after the fact but preventing them from occurring.
Fishing-industry; Accident-prevention; Safety-research; Safety-clothing; Safety-equipment; Safety-measures; Occupational-hazards; Accidents; Accident-statistics; Injuries; Injury-prevention; Traumatic-injuries; Statistical-analysis; Epidemiology; Cold-environments
Klatt ML; Conway GA
Proceedings of the Second National Fishing Industry Safety and Health Workshop, November 21-22, 1997, Seattle, Washington
AK; WA; WV
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