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Hajizadeh R, Malakoti J, Beheshti M, Khodaparast A, Mehri A, Akbaezadeh A et al . Epidemiological study of Qom construction accidents and provide an algorithm for accidents recordation. ioh. 2015; 12 (2) :70-78
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Background and aims: Work related accidents in the line of duty in the workplace occur and leading to fatal or non-fatal injuries. The aim of this study is investigation of the epidemiological accidents recorded in Qom Insurance Agency and provides an appropriate algorithm for accidents recordation.

  Methods: In this descriptive – analytical study, all the accidents recorded in the Qom Insurance Agency 2009 to 2012 were investigated. Data was analysis with version 16 SPSS and Excel using Fisher and Chi square test.

 Results: The results of this study revealed that, the most common types of all accidents were falling from height. Mortality status of all injured workers (death and non-death) and their jobs (unskilled workers and other workers) in two half of years and in two age groups (≤ 40 years and more than 40 years) at the 5% level of error have no significant relationship.The morality status of all accidents (death and non-death) with age (≤ 40 years and 40 years) in both groups experience (≤ 3 years and older than 3 years), at the 5% level of error have significant relationship.

 Conclusion: This study showed further explore for change existing procedure and reform of record keeping for the prevention of these accidents are necessary.

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Type of Study: Applicable | Subject: Safety
Received: 2014/08/1 | Accepted: 2015/05/2 | Published: 2015/06/21

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