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    • Farming-related deaths, Oklahoma, 1998-2008

    • Agricultural laborers--Mortality--Oklahoma.; Agriculture--Accidents--Oklahoma.; Agriculture--Accidents--Prevention.
    • Farming is one of the most hazardous industries in the United States. In 2008, 456 farmers and farm workers died due to farm-related injuries. From 1998 to 2008, 195 people were killed in farming-related incidents in Oklahoma. Farming related...
    • Resources and services directory for head injury and other conditions

    • Brain--Wounds and injuries--Patients--Services for--Oklahoma--Directories.; Brain--Wounds and injuries--Complications--Patients--Services for--Oklahoma--Directories.; Brain damage--Patients--Services for--Oklahoma--Directories.
    • The Resource Directory for Head Injury and Other Conditions was first developed by Ruth Azeredo and the Traumatic Neurologic Injury Advisory Council and other partners in 2007. The original Directory was reviewed by individuals selected for their...
    • Burn injuries in teen restaurant workers

    • Burns and scalds--Prevention.; Restaurants--Oklahoma--Safety measures.; Burns and scalds--Oklahoma.
    • A total of 104 restaurant and food service workers were hospitalized in Oklahoma burn centers for work-related burn injuries from 1988to 2006. Eighteen (17%) of these workers wereunder 20 years of age. One-third of the burns involved more than 10%...
    • Chemical burns

    • Chemical burns--Oklahoma.; Chemical burns--Prevention.
    • From 1999-2008, 463 persons were hospitalized in a burn center and 125 died as a result of a work-related burn injury. Forty-nine(8%) of these injuries (including one death) were the result of a chemical burn.
    • Under 16 : can they or can they not?

    • Child labor--Law and legislation--Oklahoma.; Child labor--Law and legislation--United States.;
    • This easy-to-use quick reference guide serves as a resource to protect teen workers on the job. This educational tool will allow the general public to get a better understanding on what jobs an employer MAY PERMIT or PROHIBIT when it comes to teen...
    • Under 16, can they or can they not?

    • Child labor--Law and legislation--Oklahoma.; Child labor--Law and legislation--United States.
    • This easy-to-use quick reference guide serves as a resource to protect teen workers on the job. This educational tool will allow the general public to get a better understanding on what jobs an employer MAY PERMIT or PROHIBIT when it comes to teen...
    • Construction-related deaths, Oklahoma, 1998-2008

    • Construction industry--Accidents--Oklahoma.
    • Construction and renovation of homes and buildings results in many injuries and deaths each year in the United States. From 1998 to 2008, 82 people were killed in construction-related incidents in Oklahoma. Construction-related deaths accounted for...
    • Work-related motor vehicle crash deaths, Oklahoma, 2007

    • Crash injuries--Oklahoma.; Traffic accidents--Prevention.
    • A total of 5,657 work-related deaths occurred in the United States in 2007. Of these, one fourth (1,141) were highway incidents. In Oklahoma, there were 36 work-related motor vehicle crash fatalities on public roads in 2007 (5% of all traffic crash...
    • Electrocution deaths, Oklahoma, 2000-2009

    • Electrical injuries--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Electrical injuries--Prevention.
    • Contact with electrical transmission or electric current results in thousands of injuries and deaths each year in the United States. In 2009, 170 workers died due to fatal electrocution injuries. From 2000 to 2009, 63 people were killed in...
    • Work-related falls

    • Falls (Accidents)--Prevention.
    • Unintentional falls are the third leading cause of deaths in the workplace. Each year, an average of 14 workers experience a fatal fall while on-the-job in Oklahoma.
    • Private sector occupational injury & illness report.

    • Industrial accidents--Oklahoma--Statistics--Periodicals.;Occupational diseases--Oklahoma--Statistics--Periodicals.
    • Except for exemptions, this publication presents private sector occupational injury and illness data for Oklahoma employers with at least one employee. The results of the survey are used in measuring and evaluating the effectiveness of national...
    • Oklahoma public sector county results

    • Industrial accidents--Oklahoma--Statistics--Periodicals.; Occupational diseases--Oklahoma--Statistics--Periodicals.;
    • pamphlet format, may be accompanied by map "County incident rage"; gives statistics for Oklahoma's Public Sector County Government, work-related injuries and illnesses
    • Work-related traumatic brain injuries, Oklahoma, 2004-2007

    • Industrial accidents--Oklahoma--Statistics.;Brain--Wounds and injuries--Oklahoma.
    • "Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a leading cause of death and disability in the United States and is a significant contributor to the annual number of work-related deaths and injuries.";"Approximately 5% of all TBI hospitalizations each year in...
    • Oklahoma occupational health indicators, 2003-2007

    • Industrial hygiene--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • The Oklahoma State Department of Health is funded by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) to collect fundamental data on occupational hazards, diseases, injuries, and deaths in Oklahoma. Data are collected on 19 health...
    • Oklahoma occupational health indicators, 2003-2008

    • Industrial hygiene--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • Work-related injuries, deaths, and illnesses substantially impact Oklahoma’s civilian workforce of 1.6 million persons. These incidents involve multiple risk factors, including workplace procedures and design, work organization, worker...
    • Oklahoma occupational health indicators, 2003-2005

    • Industrial hygiene--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • The Oklahoma State Department of Health is funded by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) to collect fundamental data on occupational hazards, diseases, injuries, and deaths in Oklahoma. Data are collected on 19 health...
    • Oklahoma occupational health indicators 2003

    • Industrial hygiene--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • Work-related injuries, deaths, and illnesses substantially impact Oklahoma's civilian workforce of 1.6 million persons. These incidents involve multiple risk factors, including workplace procedures and design, work organization, worker,...
    • Building blocks for an employer-responsive workforce system.

    • Labor supply--Oklahoma--Public opinion.; Manpower policy--Oklahoma--Public opinion.; Employer attitude surveys.; Public opinion--Oklahoma.
    • On behalf of the Governor’s Council for Workforce and Economic Development, the Oklahoma Department of Commerce’s Workforce Solutions Division commissioned a study to determine the workforce development services most valued by employers in...
    • Occupational fatalities in Oklahoma, 1998-2006

    • Occupational mortality--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • In July 1997, the Commissioner of Health declared work-related fatalities a reportable condition for special study. The Injury Prevention Service of the Oklahoma State Department of Health began collecting data on work-related injury deaths in...
    • Oil and gas industry deaths, Oklahoma, 1998-2008

    • Petroleum industry and trade--Accidents--Oklahoma.; Petroleum workers--Safety measures.; Gas industry--Accidents--Oklahoma.; Gas industry--Employees--Safety measures.
    • From 1998 to 2008, 129 people were killed in oil and gas-related incidents in Oklahoma (11% of all work-related deaths in Oklahoma during this time).
    • Work hardening/work conditioning treatment guidelines.

    • Rehabilitation.; Work capacity evaluation.
    • The objective of the Treatment Guidelines for Work Hardening/Work Conditioning is to provide standards for referral sources to facilitate timely rehabilitation for return to work. As shown in the research literature, a majority of patients with...
    • Burn injuries among roofers

    • Roofing--Safety measures.; Burns and scalds--Oklahoma.; Burns and scalds--Prevention.
    • Roofing contractors are among the most hazardous industries. Since liquid tar is hot and slick, roofers are at high risk of slips, falls, burns, and hazardous materials exposure. A total of 105 roofers died or were hospitalized in Oklahoma burn...
    • Work-related traffic crash fatalities, Oklahoma, 2007-2008.

    • Traffic fatalities--Oklahoma--Statistics.; Occupational mortality--Oklahoma--Statistics.;
    • According to the Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries, the number of fatal work injuries decreased by 8% in the United States (U.S.) from 5,657 in 2007 to 5,214 in 2008. However, in Oklahoma, the number of fatal work injuries increased by 16% from...
    • Certified? ... it pays! : Oklahoma's career readiness certificate.

    • Vocational qualifications--Oklahoma--Testing.; Basic education--Ability testing--Oklahoma.; Occupational aptitude tests--Oklahoma.
    • Designed by ACT, the company that developed the ACT college entrance exam, WorkKeys measures communication and problem-solving skills valuable to any occupation--skilled or professional--and at any level of education. Three assessments make up the...
    • Employer manual, 03/1/2013

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    • Employers play an enormous role when it comes to OTRS Clients throughout their careers from when they start their first job to when they ultimately decide to retire. Our goal with this manual is to provide you with the resources you need to most...
    • The bottom line

    • Oklahoma Money Matters--Periodicals.;Student loans--Oklahoma--Periodicals.; Oklahoma College Assistance Program--Periodicals.
    • Oklahoma Money Matters presents Your Bottom Line, a bi-monthly newsletter produced with personal finance organizations, educators and consumers in mind.
    • ADvantage program CD-PASS : self-guided orientation.

    • ADvantage Program (Okla.); Older people--Services for--Oklahoma.;
    • Consumer-Directed Personal Assistance Services & Supports; CD-PASS is a service option available to ADvantage Members like you who need personal assistance services. CD-PASS stands for Consumer-Directed Personal Assistance Services and Supports.;...
    • Executive budget historical document, 2012/13

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    • Governor Mary Fallin’s FY-2013 budget consists of the following two documents.; This document is the larger of the two and includes detailed historical financial information about each agency of state government. The information is arranged by...
    • The Oklahoma bar journal

    • Law--Periodicals--Oklahoma.;Bar associations--Oklahoma--Periodicals.;Law reports, digests, etc.--Oklahoma.
    • The Oklahoma Bar Journal is a publication of the Oklahoma Bar Association.
    • The cost and value of caregiving

    • Caregivers--Oklahoma--Economic conditions.
    • In 2009, there were 596,000 Oklahoma citizens acting as caregivers. They provided an estimated 570,000,000 hours of care giving with an annual market value of $6,000,000,000. The economic value of each hour of care in Oklahoma was estimated at...
    • High school student workbook.

    • College attendance--Oklahoma.; Teenagers--Education--Oklahoma.;
    • "The information in this workbook will help you prepare, plan and pay for college. When we talk about college, please note that we mean all types of training after high school: technology centers, trade/proprietary schools, community colleges,...
    • Infection prevention and control manual

    • Infection--Prevention--Handbooks, manuals, etc.; Communicable diseases--Prevention--Handbooks, manuals, etc.
    • This latest revision of the Infection Prevention and Control Manual addresses current issues pertaining to infection control and employee health within settings unique to the Oklahoma State Department of Health.
    • Manual of operations, 2011-2012

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    • We want to welcome you to the Oklahoma School for the Deaf and let you know that you are a valued member of our Team. Your service is a vital link in the chain of providing quality education to the students and the faculty of Oklahoma School for...
    • Most hazardous industries, 2005

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    • The annual Most Hazardous Industries list is comprised of those industry codes that reflect the highest annual number of lost workday injuries. Oklahoma companies that are identified within a specific industry code as having high e-mod ratings and...

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