The National Occupational Exposure Survey (NOES) was a nationwide observational survey conducted in a sample of nearly 5, 000 establishments from 1981-1983. The goal of the NOES was to compile data on the types of potential exposure agents found at the workplace, a the kinds of safety a health programs which had been implemented was designed to represent those segments of American industry This volume describes the method used to select the sample of plants to be surveyed, a the estimation techniques used to project survey data to national estimates. Illustrations.The instruction guide defines a public school as aquot;any school or college controlled and supported by a local, county, State, ... kindergarten, and schooling which leads to an elementary school certificate, high school diploma, or college degree.
|Title||:||National Occupational Exposure Survey: Volume II|
|Author||:||William Karl Sieber|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 2008-04|