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Infographic on Prevention at work

WORK PLACE +SAFETY AWARENESS LEADING TO PREVENTION Highest Number of Fatalities in 1994 6,632 Lowest Number of Fatalities in 2009 4,551 Versus 1994 2009 Vs 2010 4,690 WORKPLACE FATALITIES 1992 - 2009 vs.2010 2010 WORKER FATALITY CHARACTERISTICS Wage & Salary Workers Self-Employed 3651 1039 EMPLOYEE'S STATUS 4322 Men 368 Women SEX Caucasian 3363 Latin American 707 African American 412 Asian, Natjve American Indian or Alaskan Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 149 RACE OR ETHNIC ORIGIN TOP 5 AGE GROUPS FOR TOTAL WORKPLACE FATALITIES 1992 & 2009 vs. 2010 LOWEST NUMBER OF FATALITIES HIGHEST NUMBER OF FATALITIES VERSUS 1992-2009 VS. 2010 2010 TOTAL FATALITIES UNDER AGE TOTAL UUDER 16 16-17 18 18-19 56 20-24 245 2000 25 1500 YEARS OF AGE 1000 500 599 467 580 963 767 948 1425 1167 1169 1619 908 868 1567 704 785 2006 1992 2010 2006 1992 2010 2007 1992 2010 2009 1994 2010 2009 1994 2010 65 YEARS OF AGE & OLDER 55-64 YEARS OF AGE 45-54 YEARS OF AGE 35-44 YEARS OF AGE 25-34 YEARS OF AGE IMPACTS OF WORKPLACE “The immediate family suffers INJURY& ILLNESS ON THE emotionally, mentally & FAMILY financially. Relationships are affected, mostly negatively." Impact on Family Relationship: Emotional stress Financial pressure Physical isolation It may cause separation or redefining the relationship. Outside of the family: There can be a ripple effect affecting parties outside of the immediate circle. Loss of social interaction: Isolation of the family may occur, from a lack of understanding by others, towards the injuries, illness or resulting mood swings. Lifestyle: A drop in income as a result of the incident can create a significant change. WORKPLACE FATALITIES BY EVENT/EXPOSURE 1992 & 2009 vs. 2010 Highway Incidents Homicides Year Total Year Total Highest Number of Fatalities 1999 1,496 Highest Number of Fatalities 1994 1,080 Lowest Number of Fatalities 2009 985 Lowest Number of Fatalities 2006 540 Versus 2010 1,044 Versus 2010 518 Falls Struck By Object Year Total Year Total Highest Number of Fatalities 1992 600 Highest Number of Fatalities 2005 607 Lowest Number of Fatalities 2007 847 Lowest Number of Fatalities 2009 420 Versus 2010 646 Versus 2010 404 TOP 5 INDUSTRIES FOR TOTAL WORKPLACE FATALITIES 1992 & 2009 vs. 2010 Highest Number of Fatalities Lowest Number of Fatalities Versus 1992 & 2009 vs. 2010 Construction 834 751 1,234 In 2004 In 2009 Versus 2010 Transportation & Public Utilities In 1997 & 1999 In 2009 Versus 2010 1,008 633 631 Government 461 477 780 In 1995 In 2009 Versus 2010 Agriculture, Forestry & Fishing 575 596 864 In 1993 In 2009 Versus 2010 Manufacturing In 1994 In 2009 Versus 2010 789 319 320 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 2200 SAFETY FIRST IN ALL VOCATIONS In 2010 there were 169 fatalities in the educational & health services industry--an industry not generally considered to be extremely dangerous or associated with many fatalities. That same year, one of the most dangerous industries in the United States, mining, reported 172 fatalities. FOOD FOR THOUGHT U.S. Workplace Casualties VS. U.S. Soldier Casualties Total Operation Iraqi Freedom, U.S. casualties between 2003 & 2010 Total 2010 U.S. workplace fatalities 4,690 4,422 "Every day in Amerịca, 13 people gọ to work & neyer come home. Every' year in America, nearly 4 million people suffer a workplace injury from which some may neveř recover."-secretary of Labor, Hilda Solis "For progressive and caring organizations that value employee well-being as a differentiator, Vivid Learning Systems combines the latest technology and award-wining instructional design to provide vital training solutions. Our solutions are strategically designed to deliver relevant knowledge to employees using intuitive technology for just-in-time training. Our partnership helps organizations meet regulatory compliance requirements, improve employee engagement and elevate business performance. From manufacturing and healthcare, to mining and utilities, we work to guard the safety and well-being of employees and the families that support them." Be different. Make your training meaningful with Vivid Learning Systems. www.learnatvivid.com Vivid Learning Systems http://www.defense.gov/news/casualty.pdf http://www.bls.gov/if/oshwc/cfoi/cftb0250.pdf http://www.bls.gov/iif/oshwc/cfoi/cftb0257.pdf http://www.bls.gov/iif/oshwc/cfoi/cftb0256.pdf http://www.bls.gov/iif/oshwc/cfoi/cfch0009.pdf http://www.bls.gov/iif/oshwc/cfoi/cftb0186.pdf http://nuweb9.neu.edu/watchdognewengland/labor-the-workplace/ http://www.osha.gov/oshstats/commonstats.html http://www.aes.asn.au/conferences/2002/PAPERS/rajan.pdf

Infographic on Prevention at work

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This Infographic is made to show and increase awareness about workplace safety. The workplace injured employs are categories by their status, sex and race or ethnic origin. Impact of workplace injury ...

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