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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, 2018
State Fatal work injuries, 2018 Fatal work injuries, 2017

Alabama

89 83

Alaska

32 33

Arizona

82 90

Arkansas

76 76

California

422 376

Colorado

72 77

Connecticut

48 35

Delaware

7 10

District of Columbia

10 13

Florida

332 299

Georgia

186 194

Hawaii

22 20

Idaho

45 37

Illinois

184 163

Indiana

173 138

Iowa

77 72

Kansas

61 72

Kentucky

83 70

Louisiana

98 117

Maine

17 18

Maryland

97 87

Massachusetts

97 108

Michigan

155 153

Minnesota

75 101

Mississippi

78 90

Missouri

145 125

Montana

28 32

Nebraska

44 35

Nevada

39 32

New Hampshire

20 11

New Jersey

83 69

New Mexico

43 44

New York

271 313

North Carolina

178 183

North Dakota

35 38

Ohio

158 174

Oklahoma

91 91

Oregon

62 60

Pennsylvania

177 172

Rhode Island

9 8

South Carolina

98 88

South Dakota

32 30

Tennessee

122 128

Texas

488 534

Utah

49 43

Vermont

11 22

Virginia

157 118

Washington

86 84

West Virginia

57 51

Wisconsin

114 106

Wyoming

31 20