Effects of firm size on risks and reporting of elevation fall injury in construction trades

Tidsskriftartikel - 2003

Resume

Although many occupational safety programs are targeted toward large firms, the construction industry is dominated by smaller firms. This study examines the differential effect of firm size on the risk and the reporting of over 3000 serious and minor nonfatal elevation fall injuries in Danish construction industry trades (1993 to 1999). Small firms (

Reference

Kines PA, Mikkelsen KL. Effects of firm size on risks and reporting of elevation fall injury in construction trades. J Occup Environ Med 2003;45(10):1074-1078.

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