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Table 2 Multivariate analyses: Odds ratios for motor vehicle trauma and other non-work injury among sawmill workers for the period 1994 through 2001

From: A case control study of differences in non-work injury and accidents among sawmill workers in rural compared to urban British Columbia, Canada

  Motor Vehicle Trauma
N = 470
Other non-Work Injury
N = 2,046
Duration of job at   
sawmill (years) .99 (.97, 1.01) .99 (.98, 1.01)
Marital status 1.02 (0.97, 1.07) 1.02 (.99, 1.05)
Tradesman 1.99 (.98, 4.04) 1.04(.72, 1.45)
Skilled 2.49 (1.20, 5.17) .95 (.66, 1.35)
Unskilled 2.05 (.1.01, 4.17) .96 (.68, 1.34)
Caucasian 1 1
Chinese 1.07 (.34, 3.35) .23 (.08, .70)
Sikh 1.30 (.86, 1.96) .84 (.61, 1.16)
Urban stay 1 1
Urban migrate 1.35 (.87, .2.09) 1.34 (1.04, 1.72)
Rural stay 1.56 (1.01, 2.40) 1.94 (1.49, 2.53)
Rural to urban 1.76 (1.11, 2.79) 1.12 (.85, 1.48)
Rural to rural 2.09 (1.40, 3.13) 1.63 (1.29, 2.07)
  1. * Numbers in parentheses are 95% Confidence Intervals.
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