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Review & Evaluation: National Academies Evaluation
NIOSH understands that external expert review is one of the most valid and accepted methods of evaluating research programs. Consequently, NIOSH has requested that the National Academies evaluate NIOSH research programs with respect to their impact, relevance, and future directions. The National Academies was asked to evaluate what NIOSH research programs are producing and to determine the extent to which NIOSH research is responsible for changes in the workplace that reduce the risk of occupational injuries, illnesses, and deaths. This evaluation is being undertaken by the National Research Council and the Institute of Medicine in the National Academies.
More information is available at the National Academies Evaluation of NIOSH Research Programs page.
NIOSH Mining Program Evidence Package
This Evidence Package provides substantial evidence of progress towards the ultimate goal of eliminating occupational disease and injury from the mining workplace and documents the impact of the research.
- Overview of the Mining Research Program
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A presentation by Jeffery L. Kohler, Ph.D., NIOSH associate director for mining and construction, May, 2005
National Academies Report: Mining Safety and Health Research at NIOSH
Released May, 2007.
- Implementation Plan Response to the National Academies Report on the NIOSH Mining Program
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- Page last reviewed: November 8, 2013 (archived document)
- Content source:
- National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Office of Mine Safety and Health Research