The Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries (CFOI) aims to capture all workers in any employee status (wage and salary, self-employed, volunteer, etc.) in all sectors (private, federal (including resident military), state, and local government) that have been fatally injured while working in the United States, including territorial waters.
Because the CFOI is a census, there are no sampling frames, selection, refinement, or response rates. The CFOI program rigorously searches and collects data (as described in the data sources section) to ensure the final workplace fatality count is complete.
Last Modified Date: July 16, 2018