Profiles of Occupational Injuries and Diseases in Michigan

Data on the magnitude and trends in occupational injury and illness in Michigan are available from a number of sources. To make these data more accessible, they have been compiled into a single report for the first time. The report uses the available data to profile all occupational injuries and diseases and some specific occupational conditions of public health importance in Michigan. Examination of the data has led to the identification of some recommended actions, which could result in significant improvements in occupational health and safety. Click here for the full report.

The Profiles report consists of:  

 

Summary and Recommendations

Introduction, Organization and Data Systems

Fatal Work-Related Injuries

Non-Fatal Work-Related Injuries

Work-Related Asthma

Occupational Lead Poisoning and Elevated Blood Lead Levels

Silicosis and Other Pneumoconiosis

Acute Occupational Pesticide Poisoning

Occupational Noise-Induced Hearing Loss

Occupationally-Acquired Communicable Diseases

Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders

Occupational Cancer

Occupational Skin Diseases

 

 


Notes on navigation:  The Profiles report is in PDF format. Use the bookmarks feature of Adobe Acrobat in order to easily navigate through the document. Click here to download a free copy of the latest version of Acrobat Reader.


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