Kentucky Fatality Assessment and Control Evaluation (FACE) Program
13KY061 FACE Case Report: Laborer Falls 50 to 75 Feet to the Ground While Spray Painting Grain Bins
KY FACE in Tow Times Magazine- 'Towing Company Owner's Death Spurs Safety Recommendations'
14KY031 Factory Manager Bypasses Lockout/Tag-out and is Electrocuted
'Secure it to Move It! Don't Lose it!'- Ladder transportation safety poster
14KY012 Hispanic Laborer is crushed by Gantry Roller Press Retrieving a Dropped Hammer
Safety Cents: Lowering Workers' Compensation Premiums by Investing in Safety Programs
The Kentucky Occupational Injury and Illness Surveillance (KOSHS) programs are located in the Kentucky Injury Prevention and Research Center, a unique partnership between the University of Kentucky and the Kentucky Department for Public Health. Since 1994, KOISS programs have combined research, service, and practice to address occupational injuries and illnesses in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Partners and stakeholders at the local, state, and national levels are integral to our programs so that the safety and health concerns of Kentucky workers are identified, and targeted research is initiated.