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October 26, 2016

Work-Related Injuries
Occupational and Environmental Medicine reports a University of Cincinnati study found that carpenters who said they, "Had little or no influence over their work schedule," had almost twice as many work-related injuries as other carpenters.

By contrast, Duke University Medical Center researchers reported in the journal American Industrial Medicine that carpenters who had been members of a union for at least four years had a much lower rate of occupational injury than new or non-union carpenters.

And, the Duke study says, the highest injury rate was among carpenters who did light commercial work. The lowest injury rate was reported by piledriver operators.

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