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Number of fatal work injuries by state, map

Charts related to the latest "Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries" news release   |   More chart packages


 

 
 
 
 
 
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Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Number of fatal work injuries by state, 2019
State Fatal work injuries, 2019 Fatal work injuries, 2018

Alabama

89 89

Alaska

51 32

Arizona

94 82

Arkansas

62 76

California

451 422

Colorado

84 72

Connecticut

26 48

Delaware

18 7

District of Columbia

10 10

Florida

306 332

Georgia

207 186

Hawaii

26 22

Idaho

36 45

Illinois

158 184

Indiana

146 173

Iowa

76 77

Kansas

83 61

Kentucky

78 83

Louisiana

119 98

Maine

20 17

Maryland

78 97

Massachusetts

86 97

Michigan

164 155

Minnesota

80 75

Mississippi

59 78

Missouri

106 145

Montana

38 28

Nebraska

53 44

Nevada

40 39

New Hampshire

11 20

New Jersey

74 83

New Mexico

55 43

New York

273 271

North Carolina

186 178

North Dakota

37 35

Ohio

166 158

Oklahoma

73 91

Oregon

69 62

Pennsylvania

154 177

Rhode Island

10 9

South Carolina

108 98

South Dakota

20 32

Tennessee

124 122

Texas

608 488

Utah

51 49

Vermont

10 11

Virginia

180 157

Washington

84 86

West Virginia

46 57

Wisconsin

113 114

Wyoming

32 31

See data definitions at www.bls.gov/iif/oshcfdef.htm.