Data & Statistics

The Injuries, Illnesses, and Fatalities program of the Bureau of Labor Statistics provides annual information on the rate and number of work related injuries, illnesses, and fatal injuries, and how these statistics vary by incident, industry, geography, occupation, and other characteristics.

Some sobering statistics you can use to get workers to protect themselves and families from CO poisoning.

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Fatalities declined slightly in 2011 but the BLS fatalities report wasn’t cause to pop champagne corks.

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Retrieved from:  United States Department of Labor
Table 2 – Number of cases – detailed industry level – 2008 & Table A2 – Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry case counts – …

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Retrieved from:  United States Department of Labor
Table 1 – Incidence rates – detailed industry level – 2008 & Table A1 – Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry rates – 2008
 

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Retrieved from:  United States Department of Labor
This table shows the highest rates for total injury cases in 2008.
 

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Retrieved from:  United States Department of Labor
Total recordable cases – injuries and illnesses – detailed industry by establishment size – 2009.
 
 

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Retrieved from:  United States Department of Labor
Table 1 – Incidence rates – detailed industry level – 2009 & Table A1 – Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry rates – 2009
 

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Retrieved from:  United States Department of Labor
This table shows the highest rates for total illness cases in 2009.
 

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Retrieved from:  United States Department of Labor
This table shows the highest rates for total injury cases in 2009.
 

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Retrieved from:  United States Department of Labor
This table shows the highest rates for cases with days of job transfer or restriction – Injuries and Illnesses in 2009.
 

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