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Encyclopedia of Agrochemicals [Vol 1] by Jack R Plimmer; Derek W Gammon; Nancy N Ragsdale

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S. a Ref. 41. Ref. 42. Ref. 43. 50 per 100,000 workers in construction. 22 AGRICULTURAL HYGIENE Table 5. Examples of Other Agricultural Injury Studies Author, Year Method and Selected Results Sample N Browning, et al. 0 injuries per 100 male farmers 55 years of age or older, and that a prior injury which limited ones ability to farm increased the risk of a new farm related injury. Villarejo, 1995b multi-year statewide reporting system California’s Dept. 9 disabling injuries per 100 full-time employees versus a rate of 15,500 injuries per 100,000 full-time employees filed with the state’s Workers’ Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau.

Fourteen of the 16 survivors recovered with no sequelae. S. where more farmers store silage in horizontal concrete bunkers or large plastic tubes called ‘‘ag bags’’ (from which the orange tell-tale sign of NO2 can still be seen to seep out soon after filling, but can dissipate in the open air). The other agricultural gas hazards like carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, and oxygen depletion are not unique to agriculture and are adequately discussed elsewhere (see Patty’s Toxicology volumes). Similarly, fumigants such as phosphine and a decreasing range of volatile chlorinated and/or brominated organics used in produce storage areas (which are often also confined spaces) are rarely unique to agriculture (102–105).

Examples of Other Agricultural Injury Studies Author, Year Method and Selected Results Sample N Browning, et al. 0 injuries per 100 male farmers 55 years of age or older, and that a prior injury which limited ones ability to farm increased the risk of a new farm related injury. Villarejo, 1995b multi-year statewide reporting system California’s Dept. 9 disabling injuries per 100 full-time employees versus a rate of 15,500 injuries per 100,000 full-time employees filed with the state’s Workers’ Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau.

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