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NIOSH. 2007e (unpublished). Current TI research goals and sub goals: Reduce injuries and fatalities due to falls from elevations. In the evidence package provided to the Committee to Review the NIOSH TI Research Program. NIOSH.

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NIOSH. 2007h (unpublished). Current TI research goals and sub goals: Reduce injuries and fatalities due to machines. In the evidence package provided to the Committee to Review the NIOSH TI Research Program. NIOSH.

NIOSH. 2007i (unpublished). Current TI research goals and sub goals: Reduce acute back injury. In the evidence package provided to the Committee to Review the NIOSH TI Research Program. NIOSH.

NIOSH. 2007j (unpublished). Current TI research goals and sub goals: Reduce injuries and fatalities among workers in Alaska. In the evidence package provided to the Committee to Review the NIOSH TI Research Program. NIOSH.

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