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1 Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries Charts, The following charts are from: U.S. Department of Labor U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Learn more about the health and wellbeing of men and boys at:

2 Fatal work injuries and hours worked, by gender of worker, 2012 Females 8% Females 43% Males 92% Males 57% Fatal work injuries = 4,628 Hours worked = 264,373,725,000 A disproportionate share of fatal work injuries involved men relative to their hours worked in Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Current Population Survey, Census of Fatal Occupational In jur ies, and U.S. Census Bureau,

3 Fatal work injury rates, by age group, 2012 (per 100, Fatal work injury rate full - time equivalent workers) All worker fatal work injury rate = to to to to to to and over Age group Fatal work injury rates for workers 45 years of age and over were higher than the overall U.S. rate, and the rate for workers 65 years of age and over was around 3 times the rate for all workers. Note: Fatal injury rates exclude workers under the age of 16 years, volunteers, and resident military. For additional informa please see tio n on the fatal work injury rate methodology, 13

4 Occupations with high fatal work injury rates, 2012 Logging workers Fishers and related fishing workers Aircraft pilots and flight engineers Roofers Structural iron and steel workers Refuse and recyclable material collectors Total fatal work injuries = 4,628 All - worker fatal injury rate = 3.4 Driver/sales workers and truck drivers Electrical power Farmers, ranchers, and other agricultural managers Construction laborers - line installers and repairers (per 100,000 full Fatal work injury rate - time equivalent workers) Number of fatal work injuries The data for 2012 showed fatal work injury rates were high for logging workers and fishers and related fishing workers. Note: Fatal injury rates exclude workers under the age of 16 years, volunteers, and resident military. The number of fatal wo rk injuries represents total published fatal injuries before the exclusions. For additional information on the fatal work injury rate methodology, please see 19

5 Number of fatal work injuries 9,000 8,000 Number of fatal work injuries, ,000 6,000 5,000 6,217 6,331 6,632 6,275 6,238 6,055 6,054 5,915 6,202 5,920 5,534 5,575 5,764 5,734 5,840 5,657 5,214 4,690 4,693 4,000 4,551 4,628 3,000 2,000 1,000 0 The 2012 total of 4,628 fatal work injuries decreased slightly from the 4,693 fatal work injuries reported for Note: Data from 2001 exclude fatal work injuries resulting from the September 11 terrorist attacks. 1

6 Rate of fatal work injuries, Fatal work injury rate (per 100,000 full-time equivalent workers) The rate of fatal work injuries in 2012 was 3.4 fatal work injuries per 100,000 full-time equivalent workers, down slightly from 3.5 in Note: Rate = (Fatal work injuries/total hours worked by all workers) x 200,000,000 where 200,000,000 = base for 100,000 full-time equivalent workers (FTEs) working 40 hours per week, 50 weeks per year. The total hours worked figures are annual average estimates of total at work multiplied by average hours for civilians, 16 years of age and older, from the Current Population Survey (CPS). In 2008, CFOI implemented a new methodology, using hours worked for fatal work injury rate calculations rather than employment. For additional information on the fatal work injury rate methodology, please see Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Current Population Survey, Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries, and U.S. Census Bureau,

7 Fatal occupational injuries, by major event, 2012 Fires and explosions 3% Exposure to harmful substances or environments 7% Total = 4,628 Falls, slips, trips 15% Falls to lower level 12% Other transportation incidents 17% Contact with objects and equipment 16% Struck by object or equipment 11% Roadway incidents 25% Transportation incidents 42% Homicides 10% Violence and other injuries by persons or animals 17% More fatal work injuries resulted from transportation incidents than from any other event in Roadway incidents alone accounted for one out of every four fatal work injuries. Note: Reference year 2011 constitutes a series break from earlier years for event data. For more information, see Percentages may not add to 100 due to rounding. 3

8 Difference in fatal work injury counts, by event, Level ALL EVENTS -65 Exposure to harmful substances or environments -79 Fires and explosions -22 Transportation incidents -14 Violence and other injuries by persons or animals Contact with objects and equipment Falls, slips, trips 2012 Total = 4, Total = 4, Change in fatal events from 2011 level Overall, 65 fewer fatal occupational injuries occurred in 2012 compared to The greatest decrease was seen in the exposure to harmful substances or environments event category. Violence and other injuries by persons or animals; contact with objects and equipment; and falls, slips, trips event categories increased. Note: Reference year 2011 constitutes a series break from earlier years for event data. For more information, see 4

9 Fatal falls to lower level by height of fall, 2012 Percent of fatal falls to lower level 25% 20% Total = % 20% 15% 14% 10% 10% 11% 11% 9% 5% 7% 0% Less than 6 6 to to to to to 30 More than 30 Unspecified Height of fall (in feet) In 2012, falls to lower level accounted for 570 fatal work injuries. Forty-five percent of falls to lower level involved falls of 20 feet or less. Another 20 percent of cases involved falls from more than 30 feet. Note: Reference year 2011 constitutes a series break from earlier years for event data. For more information, see Percentages may not add to 100 due to rounding. 5

10 Other 1% Fatal transportation incidents, by type, 2012 Rail vehicle incidents 2% Total = 1,923 Water vehicle incidents 3% Aircraft incidents 7% Nonroadway incidents 12% All other roadway incidents 31% Pedestrian vehicular incidents 15% Roadway collision with other vehicle 29% Roadway incidents 60% Roadway incidents accounted for the greatest share of work-related transportation fatal injuries for Of these, 565 deaths (29 percent) resulted from a roadway collision with another vehicle. Pedestrian vehicular incidents constituted the second greatest number of transportation-related fatal injuries. Note: Reference year 2011 constitutes a series break from earlier years for event data. For more information, see Percentages may not add to 100 due to rounding. 6

11 How workers died in multiple-fatality incidents, 2012 Total workers = 353 Fires and explosions 5% Other 10% Roadway incidents 35% Homicides 22% All other transportation incidents 12% Aircraft incidents 16% Transportation incidents 62% There were 146 multiple-fatality incidents in Transportation incidents accounted for more than three out of five workers killed in multiple-fatality incidents. Homicides accounted for the second greatest number of workers lost in multiple-fatality incidents. Note: Reference year 2011 constitutes a series break from earlier years for event data. For more information, see Percentages may not add to 100 due to rounding. 7

12 Fatal work injuries and hours worked, by gender of worker, 2012 Females 8% Females 43% Males 92% Males 57% Fatal work injuries = 4,628 Hours worked = 264,373,725,000 A disproportionate share of fatal work injuries involved men relative to their hours worked in Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Current Population Survey, Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries, and U.S. Census Bureau,

13 Distribution of fatal injury events, by gender of worker, 2012 Homicides 9% 28% Roadway incidents 22% 25% Falls, slips, trips 15% 15% Contact with objects and equipment 6% 16% Exposure to harmful substances or environments 5% 8% Females = 351 Males = 4,277 2% Fires and explosions 3% 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% Percent of fatal work injuries within gender A higher percentage of fatal work injuries involving women resulted from homicides compared to men. Men incurred a higher percentage of fatal work injuries resulting from roadway incidents, contact with objects and equipment, and exposure to harmful substances or environments compared to women. Men and women experienced similar proportions of fatal injuries from falls, slips, trips and fires and explosions. Note: Reference year 2011 constitutes a series break from earlier years for event data. For more information, see Percentages may not add to 100 due to rounding. 9

14 Work-related homicides, by gender of decedent and assailant type, % 35% Percent of homicides 36% 30% 25% 20% 21% Females = 99 Males = % 27% 23% 15% 12% 12% 14% 10% 5% 3% 6% 8% 8% 0% Relative or domestic partner Student, patient, or customer/client Inmate, detainee, or suspect not yet apprehended Coworker or work associate Assailant Other assailant Robber Robbers were the most common type of work-related homicide assailant for men and the secondmost common for women. Note: Reference year 2011 constitutes a series break from earlier years for event and source data. For more information, see Percentages may not add to 100 due to rounding. 10

15 Number of fatal work injuries involving Hispanic or Latino workers, Number of fatal work injuries 1,200 1, Foreign born Native born The 2012 total for fatal work injuries involving Hispanic or Latino workers was about the same as the total for Sixty-five percent of fatally-injured Hispanic or Latino workers in 2012 were born outside of the United States. Note: Data from 2001 exclude fatal work injuries resulting from the September 11 terrorist attacks. 11

16 Fatal injuries involving foreign-born workers, by country or region of birth, 2012 Canada 2% Australia and Oceania <1% Africa 4% Total = 824 South America 4% Caribbean 7% Europe 10% Mexico 39% Central America, except Mexico 13% Asia 20% Workers born in Mexico accounted for the largest portion (39 percent) of foreign-born workers who died from work-related injuries in the United States in Note: Percentages may not add to 100 due to rounding. 12

17 Fatal work injury rate (per 100,000 full-time equivalent workers) 12.0 Fatal work injury rates, by age group, All worker fatal work injury rate = to to to to to to and over Age group Fatal work injury rates for workers 45 years of age and over were higher than the overall U.S. rate, and the rate for workers 65 years of age and over was around 3 times the rate for all workers. Note: Fatal injury rates exclude workers under the age of 16 years, volunteers, and resident military. For additional information on the fatal work injury rate methodology, please see 13

18 Number and rate of fatal occupational injuries, by industry sector, 2012 Construction Transportation and warehousing Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting Government Professional and business services Manufacturing Retail trade Leisure and hospitality Wholesale trade Other services (exc. public admin.) Mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction Educational and health services Financial activities Information Utilities Total fatal work injuries = 4,628 All-worker fatal injury rate = Number of fatal work injuries Fatal work injury rate (per 100,000 full-time equivalent workers) Construction had the highest count of fatal injuries in 2012, but the agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting sector had the highest fatal work injury rate Note: All industries shown are private with the exception of government, which includes fatal injuries to workers employed by governmental organizations regardless of industry. Fatal injury rates exclude workers under the age of 16 years, volunteers, and resident military. The number of fatal work injuries represents total published fatal injuries before the exclusions. For additional information on the fatal work injury rate methodology, please see 14

19 Fatal work injuries, by industry and contractor-adjusted industry 1, by selected industries, 2012 Construction Transportation and warehousing Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting Government Professional and business services Manufacturing Leisure and hospitality Mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction Education and health services Financial activities 17% 12% 16% 16% 11% 12% 10% 13% 9% 6% 7% 8% 5% 6% 4% Total = 4,628 4% 3% Industry 3% Contractor-adjusted industry 2% 3% 0% 2% 4% 6% 8% 10% 12% 14% 16% 18% 20% Percent of fatal work injuries Fifteen percent of all fatal work injuries in 2012 involved contractors. One third of those who died while employed in the private construction industry were actually contracted to another industry, such as government or real estate, when the fatal injury occurred. 1 Contractor-adjusted industry is the industry of the entity that had overall responsibility for the operations at the site at which the worker was fatally injured. Note: In 2011, the CFOI program began collecting contractor data to capture decedents who were working as contractors at the time of the fatal incident. All industries shown are private with the exception of government, which includes fatal injuries to workers contracted by governmental organizations regardless of industry. See for more information. Percentages may not add to 100 due to rounding. 15

20 Percentage change of fatal work injuries, from industry to contractor-adjusted industry 1, by selected industries, 2012 Construction Professional and business services -31% -30% Transportation and warehousing -3% Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting 5% Educational and health services 12% Leisure and hospitality 13% Mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction Manufacturing Government Financial activities Total contractors = 715 Total contractors who were working in a different industry group than directly employed = % 16% 33% 59% -60% -40% -20% 0% 20% 40% 60% Outflow Percentage change from industry to contractor-adjusted industry Three industry groups, construction, professional and business services, and transportation and warehousing, were net providers of contract workers. All other industry groups were net receivers. Fatal injuries in government increased by one third, and those in financial activities by 59 percent, when workers contracted into the industry were included. 1 Contractor-adjusted industry is the industry of the entity that had overall responsibility for the operations at the site where the worker was fatally injured. Note: In 2011, the CFOI program began collecting contractor data to capture decedents who were working as contractors at the time of the fatal incident. All industries shown are private with the exception of government, which includes fatal injuries to workers contracted by governmental organizations regardless of industry. See for more information. Inflow 16

21 Fatal occupational injuries in the private sector mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction industry, Number of fatal work injuries Oil and gas extraction industries All other mining Fatal work injuries in the private mining industry increased by 17 percent in Fatalities in the oil and gas extraction industries accounted for 78 percent of the fatal work injuries in the mining sector in Note: Oil and gas extraction industries include oil and gas extraction (NAICS 21111), drilling oil and gas wells (NAICS ), and support activities for oil and gas operations (NAICS ). 17

22 Number and rate of fatal occupational injuries, by major occupation group, 2012 Transportation and material moving 1, Construction and extraction Service Management, business, and finance Installation, maintenance, and repair Farming, fishing, and forestry Professional and related Sales and related Total fatal work injuries = 4,628 All-worker fatal injury rate = 3.4 Production Office and administrative support , Fatal work injury rate Number of fatal work injuries (per 100,000 full-time equivalent workers) Although transportation and material moving occupations had the highest number of fatal work injuries in 2012, the major occupational group with the highest fatal work injury rate was farming, fishing, and forestry. Note: Fatal injury rates exclude workers under the age of 16 years, volunteers, and resident military. The number of fatal work injuries represents total published fatal injuries before the exclusions. For additional information on the fatal work injury rate methodology, please see 18

23 Occupations with high fatal work injury rates, 2012 Logging workers Fishers and related fishing workers Aircraft pilots and flight engineers Roofers Structural iron and steel workers Refuse and recyclable material collectors Total fatal work injuries = 4,628 All-worker fatal injury rate = 3.4 Driver/sales workers and truck drivers Electrical power-line installers and repairers Farmers, ranchers, and other agricultural managers Construction laborers Fatal work injury rate (per 100,000 full-time equivalent workers) Number of fatal work injuries The data for 2012 showed fatal work injury rates were high for logging workers and fishers and related fishing workers. Note: Fatal injury rates exclude workers under the age of 16 years, volunteers, and resident military. The number of fatal work injuries represents total published fatal injuries before the exclusions. For additional information on the fatal work injury rate methodology, please see 19

24 Number of fatal work injuries, by state, 2012 CA (375) AK (31) OR (43) WA (67) NV (42) ID (19) UT (39) AZ (60) MT (34) WY (35) NM (39) CO (82) ND (65) SD (31) NE (48) MN (70) IA (97) AR (63) IL (146) IN (115) KS MO (76) KY (88) (91) TX (536) OK (97) LA (116) WI (114) MS (63) MI (137) TN (101) AL (84) OH (161) GA (101) WV (49) SC (63) PA (194) VA (149) NC (146) FL (218) NY (202) ME (19) VT(11) NH(14) MA(44) RI(8) CT(36) NJ(92) DE(14) MD(72) DC(11) HI (20) No change in 2012 Decreased in 2012 Increased in 2012 Twenty-one states and the District of Columbia had final counts showing more fatal injuries in 2012 than in Twenty-six states had fewer fatal workplace injuries in 2012 compared to Three states saw no change between the two years. 20

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