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1 Annual Report of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses Prepared by Mississippi Workers' Compensation Commission P. O. Box 5300 Jackson, Mississippi (601)

2 TABLE OF CONTENTS Statistical Highlights Injuries/Illnesses by Gender Injuries/Illnesses by Industry Death Claims by Cause Injuries/Illnesses by Nature Injuries/Illnesses by Part of Body Injuries/Illnesses by Cause Injuries/Illnesses by Month Injuries/Illnesses by Day of Week Injuries/Illnesses by County of Occurrence Statistics associated with Self-Insured Employers Financial Report..**currently not available

3 Statistical Highlights There were 11,003 claims filed in that caused employees to miss work 5 or more days. There were 2,765 claims controverted in. Hinds County was the county with the most occurrence of injuries with a total of 1,216 claims followed by Harrison county with 770 claims. Females were reported less frequently with 4,408 claims (40.1%). Major injuries or illnesses occurred on Tuesday, with a total of 2,074 claims. October was reported most frequently as the month of occurrence with 1,024 claims or 9.3% followed by August with 1,023 claims or 9.3%. Strain was the leading nature of injury with 3,952 claims or 35.9%. Lower Back -Lumbar was the part of body affected most with a total of 1,488 claims or 13.5% followed by Multiple Body Parts with a total of 1,279 claims or 11.6%. Lifting was the leading cause of injury with a total of 1,407 claims or 12.8%, followed by Fall Slip, trip with 990 claims or 9.0%. There were 68 fatalities reported in. There were 7,821 claims received from Insurance carriers, 3,112 from Self-Insured employers.

4 INJURIES/ILLNESSES BY INDUSTRY INDUSTRY NO. OF CLAIMS PERCENT Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing % Mining % Construction % Manufacturing 2, % Transportation, Utilities 1, % Wholesale Trade % Retail Trade % Finance,Ins, Real Estate % Services 1, % Public Administration % NonClassifiable % Other 4, % Total Claims 11, % Male, 6,187, 56% Injuries/Illnesses by GENDER Unknown, 408, 4% Female, 4,408, 40% INJURIES/ILLNESSES BY INDUSTRY Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing, 29 Mining, 88 Construction, 144 Other, 4,359 Manufacturing, 2,048 Transportation, Utilities, 1,368 NonClassifiable, 9 Public Administration, 547 Services, 1,079 Retail Trade, 715 Wholesale Trade, 175 Finance,Ins, Real Estate, 442

5 TOTAL NUMBER OF INJURIES/ILLNESSES RESULTING IN DEATH LISTED BY CAUSE - Total :68 Description Number Percent Caught in/between NOC 2 2.9% Fall/Slip Different Level 2 2.9% On Same Level 1 1.5% Fall/Slip/Trip NOC 3 4.4% Motor Vehicle/Collision % Fixed Object/Collision 1 1.5% Airplane Crash 1 1.5% Vehicle Upset 3 4.4% Motor Vehicle NOC % Strain/Injury NOC 3 4.4% Stationary Object 1 1.5% Struck/Inj by Falling Object 2 2.9% Motor Vehicle 2 2.9% Electrical Current 4 5.9% Person (Criminal Act) 1 1.5% Other Than Physical 5 7.4% Cumulative All Others 6 8.8% Other Misc. Causes % TOTAL %

6 NUMBER OF INJURIES/ILLNESSES BY NATURE OF INJURY No Physical Injury % Amputation % Angina Pectoris % Burn % Concussion % Contusion 1, % Crushing % Dislocation % Electric Shock % Enucleation (Remove) % Foreign Body % Fracture % Freezing % Hearing Loss or % Impairment (Traumatic) Heat Prostration % Hernia % Infection % Inflamation % Laceration % Myocardial Infarction % Poisoning - General, NOC % Puncture % Rupture % Severance % Sprain 1, % Strain 3, % Swooning, fainting, passing % out, no other injury Asphyxiation % Vascular Loss % Vision Loss % All Other Injuries -NOC 1, % Resp Disorder/Gas, Fumes % Poisoning-Chemical % Poisoning - Metal % Dermatitis % Mental Disorder % All other Occupational % Disease Injury, NOC Loss of Hearing % Contagious Disease % Mental Stress % Carpal Tunnel Syndrome % All other Cumulative Injury % Multiple Injury -Physical % Multiple Injuries including % Both Physical &Psychological Unknown % Radiation % Cancer % Total 11, %

7 DESCRIPTION NO. PERCENT Multiple Head Injury % Skull % Brain % Ear(s) % Eyes(s) % Nose % Teeth % Mouth % Other Soft Tissue % Facial Bones % Multiple Neck Injury % Vertebrae % Disc(neck) % Spinal Cord - Neck % Soft Tissue % Trachea % Multiple Upper Extremities % Upper Arm % Elbow % Lower Arm % Wrist % Hand % Finger(s) % Thumb % Shoulders 1, % Wrist(s) & Hand(s) % Multiple Trunk % Artificial Appliance % NUMBER OF INJURIES/ILLNESSES BY PART OF THE BODY AFFECTED DESCRIPTION NO. PERCENT Upper Back-Thoracic % Lower Back - Lumbar 1, % Disc(Trunk) % Chest - Ribs -Stern % Sacrum and Coccyx % Pelvis % Spinal Cord -Vetebral % Internal Organs % Heart % Multiple Lower Extremities % Hip % Thigh % Knee 1, % Lower Leg % Ankle % Foot % Toes & Great Toe % Lungs % Abdomen Include Groin % Buttocks % Trunk Vertebrae % Insufficient Information % No Physical Injury % Multiple Body Parts 1, % Body System Multiple % Whole Body % Unknown % Total 11, %

8 NUMBER OF INJURIES/ILLNESSES BY CAUSE OF INJURY Chemicals % Contact with Hot % Objects/Substances Temperature Extremes % Fire or Flame % Steam or Hot Fluids % Dust, Gases, Fumes or Vapors % Welding Operations % Radiation % Contact with, NOC % Machinery % Cold Objects or Substances % Object Handled % Caught In, Under or Between % Cut, Scrape - Broken Glass % Hand Tool, Not Powered % Object Being Lifted or Handled % Powered Hand Tool, Appliance % Cut, Puncture/Scrape, Misc % Collapsing Materials % Fall, Slip From Different Level % From Ladder or Scaffolding % From Liquid or Grease Spills % Into Openings % Fall on Same Level % Slipped, Did Not Fall % Fall/Slip/Trip (All Other) % On Ice or Snow % On Stairs % Crash of Water Vehicle % Collision or Sideswipe/Motor % Vehicle Collision with a Fixed Object % Vehicle Upset % Motor Vehicle, NOC % Continual Noise % Holding or Carrying % Twisting % Jumping or Leaping % Lifting 1, % Pushing or Pulling % Reaching % Using Tool or Machinery % Strain or Injury By, NOC % Wielding/Throwing % Strike/Stepped on Moving Part % Lifted/Handled Object % Sand,Scrap,Clean OPR % Stationary Object % Step on Sharp Object % Strike Against or Step on, NOC % Person (Not in Act of Crime) % Struck/Inj By Falling Object % Hand Tool or Machine in Use % Motor Vehicle % Moving Parts of Machine % Lifted or Handheld Obj % Object Handled By Others % Struck/Injured By, NOC % Absorption/Ingestion % Electrical Current % Animal or Insect % Explosion or Flare Back % Foreign Body in Eye % Rubbed/Abraded, NOC % Person(Criminal Act) % Other Than Physical % Repetitive Motion % Cumulative (all others) % Other - Miscellaneous, NOC % Gunshot % Total 11, %

9 Month Frequency Percent January % February % March % April % May % June % July % August % September % October % November % December % Unknown % Total 11, % November, 750 October, 1024 September, 997 August, 1023 Number of Injuries/Illnesses Listed By Month - Unknown, 13 December, 669 July, 921 June, 955 January, 956 February, 887 May, 977 March, 892 April, 939 Number of Injuries/Illnesses Listed By Day - Day Frequency Percent Sunday % Monday 2, % Tuesday 2, % Wednesday 1, % Thursday 1, % Friday 1, % Saturday % Unknown % Total 11, % Wednesday, 1,917 Tuesday, 2,074 Thursday, 1,908 Friday, 1,745 Saturday, 753 Monday, 2,016 Sunday,577 Unknown, 13

10 NUMBER OF INJURIES/ILLNESSES BY COUNTY Adams Alcorn Amite Attala Benton Bolivar Calhoun Carroll Chickasaw Choctaw Claiborne Clarke Clay Coahoma Copiah Covington DeSoto Forrest Franklin George Greene Grenada Hancock Harrison Hinds 1, Holmes Humphreys Issaquena Itawamba Jackson Jasper Jefferson Jefferson Davis Jones Kemper Lafayette Lamar Lauderdale Lawrence Leake Lee Leflore Lincoln Lowndes Madison Marion Marshall Monroe Montgomery Neshoba Newton Noxubee Oktibbeha Panola Pearl River Perry Pike Pontotoc Prentiss Quitman Rankin Scott Sharkey Simpson Smith Stone Sunflower Tallahatchie Tate Tippah Tishomingo Tunica Union Walthall Warren Washington Wayne Webster Wilkinson Winston Yalobusha Yazoo Out-of-state TOTAL 11, Hinds County was the county with the highest number of occurrence with 1,216 claims. Harrison county followed with 770 claims. Madison county with 563 claims.

11 CONTROVERTED CASES - Statistics Associated with Self-Insured Employers Cases Controverted Cases Settled by 9I Order Admin. Judges Order 2,765 2, Full Commission Cases Held Appealed to Supreme Court Full Commission Order 2, Total Handled By SI

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