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The Facts About Fatal Workplace Injuries

Fatal OCCUPATIONAL Injuries In 2013, the preliminary rate of fatal work injuries was 3.2 fatal work injuries per 100,000 full-time workers. A TOP CAUSES OF FATAL OCCUPATIONAL INJURIES Number of occupational injuries by major event Transportation Incidents account for 40% of all 2013 occupational fatal injuries. What major events caused the most fatal injuries in 2013? Falls, Slips, and Trips account for 16% of 2013 occupational fatal injuries. Contact With Objects And Equipment account for 16% of 2013 occupational fatal injuries. TAKE A CLOSER LOOK: The facts on transportation incidents in 2013 ROADWAY COLLISION WITH OTHER VEHICLE "OTHER" ROADWAY INCIDENT PEDESTRIAN VEHICULAR INCIDENT OCCUPATIONS WITH THE MOST FATAL INJURIES IN 2013 Major occupational groups with the highest number of fatal work injuries 1,184 TRANSPORTATION AND MATERIAL MOVING 818 CONSTRUCTION AND EXTRACTION 624 SERVICE OCCUPATIONS WITH THE HIGHEST FATAL WORK INJURY RATES Decupations with fatal work injury rates above the 32 average fatal work injury rate Фе 91.3 75.0 50.6 AIRCRAFT PILOTS AND ENGINEERS LOGGING FISHING Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics TERRY & KELLY LAWYERS FOR TEXANS

The Facts About Fatal Workplace Injuries

shared by CondorWeb on Apr 28
Some jobs are more dangerous than others. Here are the facts about fatal occupational injuries including the top causes of fatal workplace injuries and the occupations with the most fatalities.


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