Table of Contents
|Part I: Programmatic Evaluation, 2 Description of the Mining Program||25-47|
|3 The Ideal Mining Safety and Health Research Program||48-57|
|4 Evaluation of Relevance and Impact of the NIOSH Mining Program||58-67|
|5 Progress in Targeting New Research Areas||68-72|
|6 Emerging Issues in Mining Safety and Health||73-78|
|7 Synthesis of Recommendations||79-86|
|Part II: Evaluation of Strategic Research Areas, 8 Review of Respiratory Disease Prevention Research||87-107|
|9 Review of Noise-Induced Hearing Loss Prevention Research||108-119|
|10 Review of Research on the Reduction of Cumulative Musculoskeletal Injuries||120-130|
|11 Review of Traumatic Injury Prevention Research||131-141|
|12 Review of Mine Disaster Prevention and Control Research||142-155|
|13 Review of Ground Failure Prevention Research||156-172|
|14 Review of Surveillance, Training, and Intervention Effectiveness Research||173-187|
|A A Framework for the Review of Research Programs of the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health||193-238|
|B Information Provided by the NIOSH Mining Safety and Health Research Program||239-242|
|C NIOSH Mining Ergonomics Research Program Review||243-255|
|D Biographical Sketches of Committee Members||256-261|
|E Committee on Earth Resources Roster||262-262|
|F Board on Earth Sciences and Resources Roster||263-264|
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