KeywordsArizona Geological Survey Bulletins
United States of America
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PublisherUniversity of Arizona Bureau of Mines
DescriptionWill money spent on sanitary improvements reduce accidents? We all know that money spent on sanitation reduces the sickness of a district. We know that towns having a complete sewer system enjoy better health than one which has filthy privies; that towns supplied with good milk and pure food cause better health; that a city with a good drainage system, pure water, fine houses, clean alleys and yards, etc., has less sickness than one which has the reverse. Good health reduces accidents, but many fail to realize this. Also, there is a very close relationship between occupational diseases and compensation laws. Some compensation laws state that the employer is liable to pay compensation for every inj ury or death caused by accidents or diseases or infection naturally resulting and arising out of and in the course of employment. 14 p.
Series/Report no.Bulletin No. 67
Safety Series No. 24
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North Bounding Coordinate48.9967
South Bounding Coordinate25.2675
West Bounding Coordinate-124.98
East Bounding Coordinate-68.0273
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