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Table 2: OPPORTUNITY COSTS PER STA TISI CAL LIFE SAVED (OCSLS) RegulatfOD Childproof Lighten Respiratory Protection Logging Operations Electrical Safety Steering Column Proti:ction Unvented Space Heaters Safety Slandanls for Scaffolds Cabin Fire Protection Trihalomclhaoes Organ Procurcmcut Regulations AED on Large Planes Mammography Sts Food Labeling Regulatioos Stability & Cootrol During Breakin~rucks Electrical Power Gcncntion Passive Restraints/Belts Fuel S)'Slem Integrity Underin>Ulld Coostruction Head Impact Prolcction Alcohol & Drag Control Scrncing Wheel Rims R.c&ctive Devices for Heavy Trucks Scat Cushion Flammability Side Impact & Autos Mcdical~ Floor Emergency Lighting Cnoc Suspended Pctsomicl Platform Low-Attitude Wmdshear Electrical Equipment Sts. /Metal Mines Traiching and Excavation Traffic AJert & Collisioo. A voidaocc Cltildreu's Sk:cpware Flammability Side Doon Coom:u: & Masomy Coastructian Confined Spaces Haz.ard Communicatioo OlildReslr.si.m.s ~ugitivc Emiasioos .ReadUp/Sbould« Bdts/A.ulos Asbestos EDB Drinking Wtm Sts. NO, SIP Call . · B=ne/Revi,ed; Coke By Product, RadioouclidctlUraaium Mines Roadway Wocb:c Protectioo Grain Dust Electrical Equipment SIB. /Coal Mines Methylene Chloride Arsenic/Glass Paiut Benz.enc A=iic/Copper Smelter Year{Hued 1993 1998 1994 1990 1967 1980 1996 1985 1979 1998 2001 1997 1993 1995 1994 1984 1975 1983 1995 1985 1984 1999 1984 1990 1996 1984 · 1984 1988 1970 1989 1988 1973 1970 1985 1993 1983 1999 1984 1989 1972 1991 1998 1988 1984 1997 1988 1970 1997 1986 1987 1986 Agency CPSC OSHA-H OSHA-S OSHA-S NHTSA CPSC OSHA-S FAA EPA HHS FAA HHS FDA NHTSA OSHA-S NHTSA __ . NHTSA OSHA-S NHTSA FRA OSHA-S NHTSA _ FAA NHTSA FDA FAA OSHA-S FAA MSllA OSHA-S FAA CPSC NHTSA OSHA-S OSHA-S OSHA-S NHTSA EPA NIITSA OSHA-ff EPA EPA EPA EPA FRA OSHA-S MSHA OSHA-H EPA OSHA - I-I EPA ~23 OCSLS
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