Kentucky Occupational Safety and Health Surveillance

Grants and Contracts Details


The specific aims of the KY Occupational Safety and Health Surveillance (KOSHS) program are to: 1) maintain comprehensive multi-source population-based surveillance of occupational injuries using 20 indicators; 2) establish a state-specific indicator for the surveillance of occupational falls and perform a narrative analysis of older worker falls using Workers' Claims data; 3) Sustain the consortium established in 2006; 4) apply nonparametric statistical analysis methods to the Collision Report Analysis for Safer Highways (CRASH) dataset to identify geographic areas of Kentucky highways with the highest probability of commercial vehicle crashes; 5) Analyzing and disseminating results of surveillance data; and 6) perform an evaluation of major activities.
Effective start/end date7/1/086/30/10


  • National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health: $303,878.00


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