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The Kentucky Occupational Safety and Health Surveillance (KOSHS) expanded program consists of three integrated component programs: 1) KOSHS; 2) Occupational Health Indicators (OHIs); and 3) Fatality Assessment and Control Evaluation (FACE).

The overall KOSHS program focuses on population- and case-based surveillance of occupational injuries and illnesses in Kentucky, with emphasis areas that include prevention of occupational motor vehicle collisions and severe traumatic injuries; total worker health; integration of occupational health programs with other national and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health-funded programs; epidemiological analyses of occupational injury and illness surveillance data; surveillance data quality improvement; and occupational injury and illness prevention interventions.


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Recent Program Resources

Kentucky Occupational Health Indicators Report

Every year, thousands of Kentucky workers are injured or become ill as a result of health or safety hazards at work. Annually, the KOSHS program produces the Kentucky Occupational Health Indicators Report as an important part of monitoring occupational health and developing priorities for workplace injury and prevention.

FACE Annual Report 2021

The goal of KY FACE is to prevent fatal work injuries by studying the worker, work environment, energy exchange resulting in fatal injury, and the role of management, engineering, and behavioral changes in preventing future injuries.

Publicly Available KIPRC Data Resources

his document describes the KIPRC data resources that are available to the public and how to submit a custom data request.

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