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Injuries, Illnesses, and Fatalities
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MONTHLY LABOR REVIEW
Monthly Labor Review

Fatal occupational injuries to older workers

This article examines the experience of older workers during the 1992-2017 period. Compared to workers overall, older workers were more likely to be fatally injured on the job.

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Work Safety Poster
Spotlight On Statistics

25 Years of Worker Injury, Illness, and Fatality Case Data

25 years of data show that workers are incurring fewer injuries and fatalities on the job. There is still work to do make workplaces safer.

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Using fatality rates to evaluate risk and dangerous jobs


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Survey of Workplace Violence Prevention, 2005

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  • News Release: (TXT) (PDF)
  • Chart package: (PDF)
  • Survey Form: (PDF)
  • Tables:
    • TABLE 1. Percent of establishments that have experienced an incident of workplace violence in the 12 months prior to the survey by selected type of incident, industry, and size class, 2005 (TXT) (PDF)
    • TABLE 2. Percent of establishments that report employees have been affected by an incident of workplace violence and the type of effect experienced by industry and size class, 2005 (TXT) (PDF)
    • TABLE 3. Percent of establishments that changed their workplace violence program or policy after an incident of workplace violence occurred by industry and size class, 2005 (TXT) (PDF)
    • TABLE 4. Percent of establishments by selected potentially hazardous work environment characteristics, industry, and size class, 2005 (TXT) (PDF)
    • TABLE 5. Percent of establishments providing selected types of electronic surveillance by industry and size class, 2005 (TXT) (PDF)
    • TABLE 6. Percent of establishments providing selected types of security staff by industry and size class, 2005 (TXT) (PDF)
    • TABLE 7. Percent of establishments providing selected types of physical security by industry and size class, 2005 (TXT) (PDF)
    • TABLE 8. Percent of establishments where employees (including security staff) are authorized to perform selected security functions by industry and size class, 2005 (TXT) (PDF)
    • TABLE 9. Percent of establishments that have processes or methods to identify customers and visitors and potential or current employees with a history of violence by industry and size class, 2005 (TXT) (PDF)
    • TABLE 10. Percent of establishments that have a workplace violence prevention program or policy by industry and size class, 2005 (TXT) (PDF)
    • TABLE 11. Percent of establishments that address selected types of situations in their workplace violence program or policy by industry and size class, 2005 (TXT) (PDF)
    • TABLE 12. Percent of establishments that provide training on workplace violence prevention by selected topics addressed, industry, and size class, 2005 (TXT) (PDF)
    • TABLE 13. Percent of establishments that track the cost of injuries and illnesses and incidents of workplace violence by industry and size class, 2005 (TXT) (PDF)
    • TABLE 14. Percent of establishments addressing the prevention of workplace violence by office responsible, industry, and size class, 2005 (TXT) (PDF)


Survey of Respirator Use and Practices, 2001

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Last Modified Date: May 1, 2020