A qualitative investigation of Hispanic construction worker perspectives on factors impacting worksite safety and risk.

Roelofs, Cora.
Sprague-Martinez, Linda.
Brunette, Maria.
Azaroff, Lenore.
2011

Background: Hispanic workers have higher rates of injury and death on construction worksites than workers of other ethnicities. Language barriers and cultural differences have been hypothesized as reasons behind the disparate rates.

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Roelofs, Cora, Linda Sprague-Martinez, Maria Brunette, and Lenore Azaroff. "A qualitative investigation of Hispanic construction worker perspectives on factors impacting worksite safety and risk." Environmental Health 10, no. 1 (12, 2011): 1-9.
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