OS TB 11/1/2007 - Table R96. Number of nonfatal occupational injuries and illnesses involving days away from work by selected worker characteristics and time of day event occurred -2 pages TABLE R96. Number of nonfatal occupational injuries and illnesses involving days away from work(1) by selected worker characteristics and time of day event occurred, 2005 ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ | | | | Time of event | |___________________________________________________________________________________ Characteristic | Private | | | | | | | |industry(2)| 12:01 A.M.| 4:01 A.M. | 8:01 A.M. | 12:01 P.M.| 4:01 P.M. | 8:01 P.M. | Not | | to 4:00 | to 8:00 | to 12:00 | to 4:00 | to 8:00 | to 12:00 | reported | | A.M. | A.M. | noon | P.M. | P.M. | midnight | ______________________________|___________|___________|___________|___________|___________|___________|___________|___________ | | | | | | | | Total.................| 1,234,680 | 40,500 | 122,780 | 370,960 | 286,720 | 132,870 | 71,760 | 209,080 | | | | | | | | Sex: | | | | | | | | Male........................| 814,250 | 26,510 | 79,770 | 255,910 | 192,870 | 78,930 | 42,400 | 137,860 Female......................| 415,880 | 13,490 | 42,520 | 113,990 | 93,090 | 53,310 | 28,830 | 70,660 | | | | | | | | Age:(3) | | | | | | | | 14 - 15.....................| 90 | - | - | 30 | - | 20 | - | - 16 - 19.....................| 41,530 | 1,330 | 2,540 | 10,530 | 9,640 | 7,850 | 4,280 | 5,350 20 - 24.....................| 133,760 | 4,670 | 10,170 | 38,320 | 32,630 | 18,650 | 10,340 | 19,000 25 - 34.....................| 290,500 | 9,550 | 28,660 | 89,610 | 65,120 | 30,250 | 17,860 | 49,440 35 - 44*....................| 311,830 | 10,920 | 32,300 | 94,400 | 70,180 | 31,100 | 16,270 | 56,670 45 - 54.....................| 282,310 | 9,230 | 31,080 | 84,710 | 67,450 | 27,320 | 14,040 | 48,480 55 - 64.....................| 135,290 | 3,840 | 14,240 | 41,810 | 32,300 | 14,300 | 7,010 | 21,800 65 and over.................| 27,050 | 570 | 2,790 | 8,790 | 7,500 | 2,500 | 1,140 | 3,750 | | | | | | | | Occupation: | | | | | | | | Management occupations......| 21,430 | 300 | 1,760 | 6,900 | 5,420 | 2,840 | 530 | 3,700 Business and financial | | | | | | | | operations occupations.....| 6,670 | 130 | 620 | 1,740 | 1,580 | 780 | 350 | 1,460 Computer and mathematical | | | | | | | | occupations................| 3,210 | - | 230 | 710 | 710 | 240 | 60 | 1,250 Architecture and engineering| | | | | | | | occupations................| 5,710 | 120 | 570 | 2,170 | 1,330 | 330 | 70 | 1,130 Life, physical, and social | | | | | | | | science occupations........| 3,330 | 40 | 500 | 1,290 | 650 | 210 | 70 | 560 Community and social | | | | | | | | services occupations.......| 11,680 | 60 | 780 | 3,610 | 4,000 | 1,480 | 570 | 1,190 Legal occupations...........| 690 | - | 30 | 310 | 60 | 100 | - | 180 Education, training, and | | | | | | | | library occupations........| 7,820 | 100 | 470 | 3,500 | 2,190 | 460 | 230 | 870 Arts, design, entertainment,| | | | | | | | sports, and media | | | | | | | | occupations................| 6,200 | 30 | 240 | 1,340 | 1,230 | 800 | 540 | 2,010 Healthcare practitioners and| | | | | | | | technical occupations......| 44,410 | 2,280 | 5,420 | 11,590 | 9,370 | 5,800 | 3,490 | 6,460 Healthcare support | | | | | | | | occupations................| 70,930 | 3,500 | 9,920 | 17,710 | 13,030 | 12,030 | 6,190 | 8,540 Protective service | | | | | | | | occupations................| 12,110 | 890 | 1,420 | 2,440 | 2,190 | 1,640 | 1,380 | 2,140 Food preparation and serving| | | | | | | | related occupations........| 71,520 | 900 | 4,850 | 18,850 | 16,080 | 12,640 | 8,370 | 9,830 Building and grounds | | | | | | | | cleaning and maintenance | | | | | | | | occupations................| 69,280 | 2,990 | 5,010 | 21,840 | 16,250 | 5,740 | 4,200 | 13,260 Personal care and service | | | | | | | | occupations................| 23,420 | 590 | 1,720 | 6,580 | 5,910 | 3,960 | 1,510 | 3,150 Sales and related | | | | | | | | occupations................| 80,020 | 2,030 | 5,530 | 21,890 | 20,520 | 11,280 | 6,080 | 12,680 Office and administrative | | | | | | | | support occupations........| 91,400 | 3,670 | 9,040 | 25,240 | 20,150 | 11,540 | 5,210 | 16,550 Farming, fishing, and | | | | | | | | forestry occupations.......| 15,540 | 180 | 1,660 | 6,540 | 3,880 | 920 | 290 | 2,060 Construction and extraction | | | | | | | | occupations................| 152,490 | 1,100 | 14,140 | 58,380 | 40,760 | 6,020 | 1,320 | 30,770 Installation, maintenance, | | | | | | | | and repair occupations.....| 107,770 | 2,060 | 6,610 | 38,870 | 29,780 | 9,130 | 3,070 | 18,260 Production occupations......| 173,440 | 8,280 | 20,990 | 45,290 | 36,140 | 17,730 | 12,100 | 32,920 Transportation and material | | | | | | | | moving occupations.........| 253,570 | 11,190 | 31,180 | 73,530 | 55,280 | 27,090 | 16,020 | 39,290 | | | | | | | | Length of service with | | | | | | | | employer: | | | | | | | | Less than 3 months..........| 166,870 | 5,540 | 13,980 | 50,070 | 39,610 | 19,430 | 12,160 | 26,090 3 - 11 months...............| 262,040 | 9,100 | 23,940 | 74,800 | 60,050 | 32,690 | 17,500 | 43,960 1 - 5 years.................| 417,570 | 13,960 | 40,850 | 126,470 | 98,670 | 44,750 | 23,310 | 69,560 More than 5 years...........| 377,890 | 11,340 | 43,150 | 117,690 | 86,910 | 35,040 | 17,680 | 66,100 | | | | | | | | Race or ethnic origin: | | | | | | | | White only..................| 567,790 | 16,780 | 56,120 | 175,930 | 137,580 | 55,380 | 26,960 | 99,040 Hispanic or Latino only.....| 163,440 | 4,210 | 15,750 | 55,420 | 37,300 | 14,880 | 7,560 | 28,320 Black only..................| 101,170 | 3,840 | 10,510 | 28,170 | 22,700 | 13,050 | 6,510 | 16,380 Asian only..................| 13,190 | 420 | 1,090 | 3,190 | 3,640 | 1,570 | 1,240 | 2,030 American Indian or Alaskan | | | | | | | | Native only................| 5,830 | 230 | 540 | 1,670 | 1,410 | 550 | 210 | 1,220 Native Hawaiian or Pacific | | | | | | | | Islander only..............| 4,760 | 90 | 460 | 1,600 | 1,270 | 420 | 330 | 600 Multi-race..................| 930 | - | 60 | 390 | 230 | 60 | 50 | 130 Hispanic or Latino and other| | | | | | | | race.......................| 1,160 | - | 70 | 730 | 140 | 60 | 30 | 140 Not reported................| 376,550 | 14,930 | 38,190 | 103,980 | 82,450 | 46,900 | 28,870 | 61,240 ______________________________|___________|___________|___________|___________|___________|___________|___________|___________ 1 Days-away-from-work cases include those that result in days away from work with or without job transfer or restriction. 2 Excludes farms with fewer than 11 employees. 3 Information is not shown separately for injured workers under age 14; they accounted for fewer than 50 cases. * This table was replaced on 11/1/2007. The 35 to 44 years old age group estimates in the previous version of this table, which was posted on 11/17/2006, were revised in industries included in NAICS 212, Mining (except Oil and Gas). These revised estimates also affect the age group estimates for these higher level industry sectors: Mining (NAICS code 22); Natural Resources and Mining; Goods-producing industries; and total private industry. NOTE: Dashes indicate data that are not available. Because of rounding and data exclusion of nonclassifiable responses, data may not sum to the totals. SOURCE: Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Survey of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses in cooperation with participating State agencies