Yearbooks on US Occupational Health and Safety, 2012 - 2017

Beginning on Labor Day 2012, we have published a yearbook on U.S. occupational health and safety. Here are the links to each year's report:

Yearbook 2017

Yearbook 2016

Yearbook 2015

Yearbook 2014

Yearbook 2013

Yearbook 2012

 

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