Michigan State University researchers Ken Rosenman, MD and Joanna Kica, MPA provide a reality check on the incidence of work-related skull fractures.
Yet another study that calculates the extent to which BLS' data on work-related injuries understates the incidence.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics releases new data about fatal occupational injuries, including the sectors where the most workers died and how they were injured.
Researchers challenge Labor Dept to fix its annual count of injuries, misses 70% of work-related burns
Researchers at Michigan State University offer more evidence that the Bureau of Labor Statistics' annual estimate of occupational injury and illnesses grossly misses the mark on the actual count of work-related health harm. How many more studies are needed before the Secretary of Labor addresses the problem?