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1 The New ANSI Nail Gun Standard is a Lost Opportunity for Safety
2 'Six years of hell' after nail gun accident
3 New Guidance Helps Prevent Nail Gun Injuries
4 Safety Warning: Pneumatic Nail Guns
5 OSHA Stakeholder Comments
6 Surveillance of Nail Gun Injuries by Journeymen Carpenters Provides Important Insight Into Experiences of Apprentices
7 Non-fatal Contact Injuries Among Workers In The Construction Industry Treated in U.S. Emergency Departments
8 Continued Progress in the Prevention of Nail Gun Injuries Among Apprentice Carpenters
9 Nonfatal Tool- or Equipment-Related Injuries Treated in U.S. Emergency Departments Among Workers in the Construction Industry
10 How Much Time Is Safety Worth? A Comparison of Trigger Configurations on Pneumatic Nail Guns in Residential Framing, Public Health Reports, July-August 2008
11 Prevention of Traumatic Nail Gun Injuries in Apprentice Carpenters: Use of Population-Based Measures to Monitor Intervention Effectiveness. American Journal of Industrial Medicine (2008)
12 Nail-Gun Injuries Treated in Emergency Departments — United States, 2001–2005, Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, April 13, 2007
13 Nail Gun Injuries in Apprentice Carpenters: Risk Factors and Control Measures, American Journal of Industrial Medicine, 13 March 2006
14 Nail gun injuries in residential carpentry; lessons from active injury surveillance; Injury Prevention, 2003
15 Nail Gun Injuries Among Construction Workers, Applied Occupational and Environmental Hygiene, 2003