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Injuries, Illnesses, and Fatalities

Archived news releases

Prior year releases available on-line

Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries

    • 2022 News Release USDL-23-2615 (HTML) (PDF)
    • 2021 News Release USDL-22-2309 (HTML) (PDF)
    • 2020 News Release USDL-21-2145 (HTML) (PDF)
    • 2019 News Release USDL-20-2265 (HTML) (PDF)
    • 2018 News Release USDL-19-2194 (HTML) (PDF)
    • 2017 News Release USDL-18-1978 (HTML) (PDF)
    • 2016 News Release USDL-17-1667 (HTML) (PDF)
    • 2015 News Release USDL-16-2304 (HTML) (PDF)
    • 2014 News Release USDL-15-1789 (HTML) (PDF)
    • 2013 News Release USDL-14-1674 (HTML) (PDF)
    • 2012 News Release USDL-13-1699 (HTML) (PDF)
    • 2011 News Release USDL-12-1888 (HTML) (PDF)
    • 2010 News Release USDL-11-1247 (HTML) (PDF)
    • 2009 News Release USDL-10-1142 (HTML) (PDF)
    • 2008 News Release USDL-09-0979 (HTML) (PDF)
    • 2007 News Release USDL-08-1182 (HTML) (PDF)
    • 2006 News Release USDL-07-1202 (TXT) (PDF)
    • 2005 News Release USDL-06-1364 (TXT) (PDF)
    • 2004 News Release USDL-05-1598 (TXT) (PDF)
    • 2003 News Release USDL-04-1830 (TXT) (PDF)
    • 2002 News Release USDL-03-488 (TXT) (PDF)

Current data for fatal occupational injuries are available here.
Archived data for fatal occupational injuries are available here.

For reference years 1992 through 2014, the CFOI published both preliminary and revised data annually. For each year, data was revised after the preliminary CFOI release and thus may not match the data in the final release when compared.

Nonfatal occupational injuries and illnesses from the Survey of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses

Industry counts, frequency rates, and detailed data for cases with days away and days of job transfer or restriction
  • 2021 – 2022 News Release USDL-23-2359 (HTML) (PDF)
Industry counts, frequency rates, and detailed data for cases with days away from work
  • 2021 News Release USDL-22-2139 (HTML) (PDF)
  • 2020 News Release USDL-21-1927 (HTML) (PDF)
  • 2019 News Release USDL-20-2030 (HTML) (PDF)
  • 2018 News Release USDL-19-1909 (HTML) (PDF)
  • 2017 News Release USDL-18-1788 (HTML) (PDF)
  • 2016 News Release USDL-17-1482 (HTML) (PDF)
Industry counts and frequency rates
  • 2015 News Release USDL-16-2056 (HTML) (PDF)
  • 2014 News Release USDL-15-2086 (HTML) (PDF)
  • 2013 News Release USDL-14-2183 (HTML) (PDF)
  • 2012 News Release USDL-13-2119 (HTML) (PDF)
  • 2011 News Release USDL-12-2121 (HTML) (PDF)
  • 2010 News Release USDL-11-1502 (HTML) (PDF)
  • 2009 News Release USDL-10-1451 (HTML) (PDF)
  • 2008 News Release USDL-09-1302 (HTML) (PDF)
  • Current and archived data for industry counts and frequency rates are available here.

Nonfatal injuries and illnesses requiring days away from work
  • 2015 News Release USDL-16-2130 (HTML) (PDF)
  • 2014 News Release USDL-15-2205 (HTML) (PDF)
  • 2013 News Release USDL-14-2246 (HTML) (PDF)
  • 2012 News Release USDL-13-2257 (HTML) (PDF)
  • 2011 News Release USDL-12-2204 (HTML) (PDF)
  • 2010 News Release USDL-11-1612 (HTML) (PDF)
  • 2009 News Release USDL-10-1546 (HTML) (PDF)
  • 2008 News Release for State and Local Government USDL-10-0230 (HTML) (PDF)
  • 2008 News Release USDL-09-1454 (HTML) (PDF)
  • Current and archived data for nonfatal injuries and illnesses requiring days away from work are available here.

Special Releases

  • Survey of Workplace Violence Prevention, 2005 (TXT) (PDF 187K)
  • Survey of Respirator Use and Practices (TXT) (PDF)
  • Time of Lost-Workday Injuries and Illnesses, 2002 - First Results Announced By BLS (PDF)

Current news releases on Safety and Health home page


Last Modified Date: December 19, 2023