National surveillance system omits may work-related injuries and illnesses

A recent study investigated the national surveillance system maintained by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). The study indicated that the BLS’s estimates of work-related injuries and illnesses were greatly lower than the actual number of cases, failing to include 61 percent of reported injuries.

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