The Construction Chart Book 4th Edition


Organization(s): CPWR - The Center for Construction Research and Training

Summary Statement: A broad collection of tables and charts covering health and safety in the U.S. construction industry, as well as considerable economic and training data.
2007

Copyright Information
Dedication
Foreword
Abbreviations
Detailed Contents of the Fourth Edition
Introduction & Main Findings
Limitations and Observations on the Data

Chart Book Sections:

1-8 Industry Summary

Section 1: 2002 NAICS and Previous Industry Classification Systems
Section 2: Construction Establishments, Employees, and Dollar Value Produced
Section 3: Payroll and Nonemployer (without Payroll) Establishments in the Construction Industry
Section 4: Value Added and Spent in the Construction Industry
Section 5: The Value of Private- and Public-Sector Construction
Section 6: The Value and Units of Residential Construction
Section 7: The Diversity of Ownership of Construction and All Companies
Section 8: Characteristics of Construction Businesses

9-18 Labor Force Characteristics

Section 9: How the Bureau of Labor Statistics Defines the Civilian Labor Force
Section 10: Occupational Classification and Distribution in Construction
Section 11: Union Membership and Density in Construction and Other Industries
Section 12: Worker Age in Construction and Other Industries
Section 13: Age of Construction Workers, by Union Status, Hispanic Ethnicity, Type of Employment, and Occupation
Section 14: Foreign-born Workers in Construction and Other Industries
Section 15: Hispanic Workers in Construction and Other Industries
Section 16: Hispanic Workers in Construction Occupations
Section 17: Members of Racial Minorities in Construction and Other Industries
Section 18: Women Workers in Construction and Other Industries

19-27 Employment and Income

Section 19: Employment and Unemployment in Construction and Other Industries
Section 20: Self-Employment in Construction and Other Industries
Section 21: Contingent and Alternative Employment and Job Tenure in Construction and Other Industries
Section 22: Wages and Labor Costs in Construction and Other Industries
Section 23: Wage Estimates in Construction by Industry and Standard Occupational Classification
Section 24: Hourly Wages, by Union Status and Region, Gender, Ethnicity, and Race
Section 25: Hours Worked, Overtime, and Time Use in Construction and Other Industries
Section 26: Health Insurance Coverage in Construction and Other Industries
Section 27: Employment-based Retirement Plans in Construction and Other Industries

28-30 Education and Training

Section 28: Educational Attainment in Construction and Other Industries
Section 29: Apprenticeships in Construction
Section 30: Projected Employment, Job Creation, and Skills Shortages in Construction

31-50 Safety and Health

Section 31: Construction Death and Injury Rates in Selected Industrial Countries
Section 32: Deaths and Nonfatal Occupational Injuries and Illnesses in Construction and Other Industries
Section 33: Deaths and Nonfatal Injuries in Construction, by Type of Employment and Size of Establishment
Section 34: Deaths and Nonfatal Injuries and Illnesses in Construction: Demographic and Geographic Trends
Section 35: Deaths and Injuries within Construction Occupations
Section 36: Leading Causes of Fatal and Nonfatal Injuries in Construction
Section 37: Fatal and Nonfatal Injuries from Falls in Construction
Section 38: Deaths from Contact with Electricity
Section 39: Deaths Involving Vehicles and Heavy Equipment in Construction
Section 40: Musculoskeletal Disorders in Construction and Other Industries
Section 41: Back Injuries and Illnesses in Construction and Other Industries
Section 42: Noise-Induced Hearing Loss in Construction
Section 43: Lung Hazards Including Asbestos, Silica, Dusts, and Fumes
Section 44: Lead in the Construction Industry
Section 45: Hazards of Heavy Metals: Manganese and Chromium
Section 46: Health Risk Factors and Chronic Illnesses Among Construction Workers
Section 47: OSHA’s Enforcement of Construction Safety and Health Regulations
Section 48: Costs of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses in Construction
Section 49: Workers’ Compensation in Construction and Other Industries
Section 50: Utilization of Health Services among Construction Workers

Annex 1. How to Calculate the “Real” Wage
Annex 2. Apprenticeship Requirements for Construction Workers

References
Glossary
Subject Index
Acknowledgments

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