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I want to find an article about an experiment involving occupational safety. Where should I look?

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The best place to look is the library's EBSCO databases.  Academic Search Complete is typically a good place to start, as it has articles for many different subjects.  Business Source Complete is another option.  You can search both at the same time by entering any EBSCO database, then clicking Choose Databases and selecting the databases you wish to search.

Follow the link to a list of our business & industry databases below, and then select a database.  In the database, you can start with a search for occupational safety AND experiment, and then use the limiters on the left side of the screen (full-text, etc.) to narrow the search further.  EBSCO actually uses the term "industrial safety" instead of occupational safety as a subject term.  You can search specifically for articles like this by searching for DE "INDUSTRIAL safety", or narrow further by searching for DE "INDUSTRIAL safety" AND experiment.

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