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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, 2020
State Fatal work injuries, 2020 Fatal work injuries, 2019

Alabama

85 89

Alaska

31 51

Arizona

97 94

Arkansas

64 62

California

463 451

Colorado

78 84

Connecticut

29 26

Delaware

7 18

District of Columbia

13 10

Florida

275 306

Georgia

193 207

Hawaii

16 26

Idaho

32 36

Illinois

135 158

Indiana

158 146

Iowa

58 76

Kansas

55 83

Kentucky

92 78

Louisiana

103 119

Maine

20 20

Maryland

59 78

Massachusetts

69 86

Michigan

131 164

Minnesota

67 80

Mississippi

44 59

Missouri

105 106

Montana

29 38

Nebraska

48 53

Nevada

37 40

New Hampshire

14 11

New Jersey

82 74

New Mexico

37 55

New York

223 273

North Carolina

189 186

North Dakota

26 37

Ohio

117 166

Oklahoma

75 73

Oregon

60 69

Pennsylvania

148 154

Rhode Island

5 10

South Carolina

102 108

South Dakota

32 20

Tennessee

142 124

Texas

469 608

Utah

48 51

Vermont

8 10

Virginia

118 180

Washington

83 84

West Virginia

47 46

Wisconsin

108 113

Wyoming

35 32

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