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50b. Prevalence of abnormal pulmonary function test, selected construction occupations at U.S. Department of Energy sites,
50c. Prevalence of beryllium sensitivity, selected construction occupations at U.S. Department of Energy sites,
50d. Lung diseases among older construction workers in 10-year follow-up, construction trades vs. white-collar occupations, 1998 vs (All employment)
54a. Percentage of workers who smoke, selected occupations, 2010 (All employment)
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National Supplemental Screening Program John McInerney, MD, ORAU NSSP Co-Principal Investigator February 19, 2014.
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48a. Distribution of nonfatal injuries resulting in days away from work in construction, by body part, 2010 (Private wage-and-salary workers) Neck/shoulder.
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