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All Pneumoconiosis: Pneumoconiotic Agents Exposures (Archive)

Related subsections: All Pneumoconiosis: Mortality    All Pneumoconiosis: Morbidity        
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Pneumoconiotic agents:  Percent of exposures exceeding the NIOSH recommended exposure limits by major industry division, MSHA inspector and mine operator and OSHA samples, 1979-1999 Pneumoconiotic agents: Percent of exposures exceeding the NIOSH recommended exposure limits by major industry division, MSHA inspector and mine operator and OSHA samples, 1979-1999 (Ref.No. 2002F06-05; May 2003)
Pneumoconiotic agents:  Percent of exposures exceeding the NIOSH recommended exposure limits by state, MSHA metal/nonmetal mine samples, 1979-1999 Pneumoconiotic agents: Percent of exposures exceeding the NIOSH recommended exposure limits by state, MSHA metal/nonmetal mine samples, 1979-1999 (Ref.No. 2002F06-06; May 2003)
Pneumoconiotic agents:  Percent of exposures exceeding the NIOSH recommended exposure limits by state, OSHA samples, 1979-1999 Pneumoconiotic agents: Percent of exposures exceeding the NIOSH recommended exposure limits by state, OSHA samples, 1979-1999 (Ref.No. 2002F06-07; May 2003)
Pneumoconiotic agents:  Percent of exposures exceeding designated occupational exposure limits by type of mine, MSHA inspector and mine operator samples, 1979-1999 Pneumoconiotic agents: Percent of exposures exceeding designated occupational exposure limits by type of mine, MSHA inspector and mine operator samples, 1979-1999 (Ref.No. 2002T06-15a; May 2003)
Pneumoconiotic agents:  Percent of exposures exceeding designated occupational exposure limits by major industry division, OSHA samples, 1979-1999 Pneumoconiotic agents: Percent of exposures exceeding designated occupational exposure limits by major industry division, OSHA samples, 1979-1999 (Ref.No. 2002T06-15b; May 2003)
Pneumoconiotic agents:  Number of samples and percent of exposures exceeding designated occupational exposure limits by industries with elevated pneumoconiosis mortality, MSHA inspector and mine operator and OSHA samples, 1990-1999 Pneumoconiotic agents: Number of samples and percent of exposures exceeding designated occupational exposure limits by industries with elevated pneumoconiosis mortality, MSHA inspector and mine operator and OSHA samples, 1990-1999 (Ref.No. 2002T06-16; May 2003)
Pneumoconiotic agents:  Percent of exposures exceeding designated occupational exposure limits by MSHA coal mine district and states, MSHA inspector and mine operator samples, 1979-1999 Pneumoconiotic agents: Percent of exposures exceeding designated occupational exposure limits by MSHA coal mine district and states, MSHA inspector and mine operator samples, 1979-1999 (Ref.No. 2002T06-17; May 2003)
Pneumoconiotic agents:  Percent of exposures exceeding designated occupational exposure limits by MSHA metal/nonmetal district and state, MSHA samples, 1979-1999 Pneumoconiotic agents: Percent of exposures exceeding designated occupational exposure limits by MSHA metal/nonmetal district and state, MSHA samples, 1979-1999 (Ref.No. 2002T06-18; May 2003)
Pneumoconiotic agents:  Percent of exposures exceeding designated occupational exposure limits by OSHA region and state, OSHA samples, 1979-1999 Pneumoconiotic agents: Percent of exposures exceeding designated occupational exposure limits by OSHA region and state, OSHA samples, 1979-1999 (Ref.No. 2002T06-19; May 2003)
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