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Rate of nonfatal work injuries and illnesses, by state and case type, private industry

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Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Rate of nonfatal work injuries and illnesses, by state and case type, private industry, 2020
State Other recordable cases (per 100 full-time workers)

Alabama

0.9

Alaska

1.4

Arizona

1.2

Arkansas

1

California

1

Connecticut

1

Delaware

0.7

District of Columbia

0.4

Georgia

 

Hawaii

0.9

Illinois

0.8

Indiana

1.2

Iowa

1.2

Kansas

1.1

Kentucky

1.2

Louisiana

0.7

Maine

1.7

Maryland

0.9

Massachusetts

0.8

Michigan

1.1

Minnesota

1.3

Missouri

1

Montana

1.7

Nebraska

1.2

Nevada

1.2

New Jersey

0.8

New Mexico

1

New York

0.7

North Carolina

0.9

Ohio

1

Oklahoma

0.9

Oregon

1.2

Pennsylvania

1.1

Puerto Rico

0.8

South Carolina

0.7

Tennessee

1

Texas

0.7

Utah

1.3

Vermont

1.7

Virgin Islands

0.5

Virginia

0.8

Washington

1.2

West Virginia

1.1

Wisconsin

1.4

Wyoming

1.2

Dashes or blanks indicate data do not meet publication guidelines.