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Occupational Safety and Health

Occupational injuries, fatal and non-fatal, are serious public health concerns which are largely preventable through efforts such as occupational health surveillance, enforcement, outreach, compliance assistance, training, and education.

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Work-related illnesses and injuries include any illness or injury incurred by an employee engaged in work-related activities while on or off the worksite.  Successful approaches to making New Jersey workplaces healthier and safer begin by collecting the information necessary to understand the problem. Using multiple data sources to track workplace injury and illness, the NJDOH Occupational Health Surveillance Unit develops intervention strategies and practical solutions to reduce hazards in New Jersey workplaces. 

 

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