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Summary of reportable injuries in Oklahoma: occupational fatalities in Oklahoma, 1998-2001.
Kruger-E; Mallonee-S; Stephens Stidham-S
Oklahoma City, OK: Oklahoma State Department of Health, 2002 Dec; :1-6
In July 1997, the Commissioner of Health declared work-related fatalities a reportable condition for special study. The Injury Prevention Service of the Oklahoma State Department of Health began collecting data on work-related injury deaths in Oklahoma through the Oklahoma Fatality Assessment Control and Evaluation (OKFACE) project. Both intentional and unintentional work-related injury deaths were included. Persons working in the public and private sector were included as were family businesses (e.g., farms) and volunteer workers (e.g., firefighters). Data were collected from death certificates, Medical Examiner, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, Public Employees Occupational Safety and Health Program, Workers' Compensation Court, and newspapers. Hospital medical records and law enforcement reports were also used to provide supplemental information.
Mortality-data; Accident-analysis; Accident-prevention; Accidents; Injuries; Injury-prevention; Traumatic-injuries; Machine-operation; Age-factors; Epidemiology; Statistical-analysis; Sex-factors; Racial-factors; Motor-vehicles; Construction-industry; Construction-workers; Farmers; Agricultural-workers; Agricultural-industry; Agriculture; Tractors; Retail-workers; Head-injuries; Surveillance-programs
Injury Prevention Service, Oklahoma State Department of Health, 1000 NE 10th Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73117
Summary of Reportable Injuries in Oklahoma: Occupational Fatalities in Oklahoma, 1998-2001
Oklahoma State Department of Health
Page last reviewed: September 2, 2020
Content source: National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Education and Information Division