4-2

 

Employment in personnel supply services, 1986 to 1998,

 

114

4-3

 

Mean number of jobs held between the ages of 18 and 32 (1978 to 1995) reported in 1995 by individuals ages 31 to 38 in 1995, by level of education,

 

117

4-4

 

Aggregate employment increase between 1990 and 1995 for firms of various sizes,

 

119

5-1

 

U.S. investment in computer equipment and software, 1990 to 1998,

 

129

5-2

 

Information technology as a means of integrating various basic manufacturing activities,

 

130

6-1

 

National expenditures for health services and supplies, 1970 to 1997 and projections for 2002,

 

143

7-1

 

Number of degrees awarded from 1990 to 1999 by schools responding to ASSE survey on graduates,

 

156

7-2

 

Funding, by discipline, by NIOSH of ERCs and TPG, 1995 to 1999,

 

175

7-3

 

Master’s degrees awarded with support of NIOSH training programs, 1987 to 1997,

 

176

7-4

 

Graduates of “other” NIOSH-supported educational programs, 1987 to 1997,

 

177

7-5

 

Student-days of continuing education and number of courses supported by NIOSH, 1991 to 1997,

 

178

7-6

 

Employers of students attending NIOSH-supported continuing education courses in 1996–1997,

 

179

7-7

 

Backgrounds of students attending NIOSH-supported continuing education in 1996–1997,

 

179

7-8

 

Student-days of instruction by OSHA Training Institute, all sites, in fiscal years 1995 to 1998,

 

181

7-9

 

Source of fiscal year 1998 students for OSHA Training Institute and OSHA Training Institute Education Centers,

 

182

Boxes

1

 

Summary of Recommendations,

 

15

2-1

 

Occupational Health and Safety Pyramid,

 

34

2-2

 

Competencies in Occupational and Environmental Nursing,

 

72

9-1

 

Summary of Recommendations,

 

212



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