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NIOSH Publication No. 2001-153:

Injuries Among Farm Workers in the United States, 1995

May 2001


The Traumatic Injury Surveillance of Farmers (TISF) survey project is the first national surveillance project in over 15 years to provide injury data for the entire agricultural production industry (i.e., farms). These data provide sufficient detail to target both specific farm types and farm workers at high risk of work injuries. This document, the third in a series of three publications, summarizes nonfatal lost-time work injury estimates for the agricultural production industry for 1995.

Executive Summary
Section I: The Traumatic Injury Surveillance of Farmers Survey
Highlight of Results

(618KB; 20 pgs)

Section II. National Data

(418KB; 114 pgs)

Section III. Regional Data

(447KB; 140 pgs)

Section IV. State Data

(313KB; 60 pgs)

Appendix A: Survey Instrument.
Appendix B: Sampling Estimators

(954KB; 14 pgs)
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Related Resources/Publications:

Fatal Unintentional Farm Injuries Among Persons Less than 20 Years of Age in the United States: Geographic Profiles
Injuries Among Youth on Farms in the United States 1998


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