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An Assessment of the Effects of Increased Regulatory Enforcement on Occupational Hearing Loss Workers' Compensation gon 1984-1998
Irwin B. Horwitz () and
Brian McCall Working Papers from Human Resources and Labor Studies, University of Minnesota (Twin Cities Campus)
Hearing loss from occupational exposures has been found to be a common and serious problem affecting workers. This paper examines the effect that increasing legislative enforcement of existing regulations has on improving worker safety.
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