The Injuries, Illnesses, and Fatalities (IIF) program provides annual information on the rate and number of work-related injuries, illnesses, and fatal injuries, and how these statistics vary by incident, industry, geography, occupation, and other characteristics. These data are collected through the Survey of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses (SOII) and the Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries (CFOI).

Important note on future data:

Beginning with the 2015 reference year, final data from the Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries (CFOI) will be released in December--4 months earlier than in past years. The final 2015 CFOI data are scheduled for release on December 16, 2016. This December release will be the only release of CFOI data for 2015. A similar schedule will be followed in subsequent years. Preliminary releases, which normally appeared in August or September in past years will no longer be produced.

As of October 1, 2016, BLS is piloting researcher access to the Survey of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses restricted data at Federal Statistical Research Data Centers (FSRDCs), in addition to restricted data files for selected statistical research projects onside at the BLS national office in Washington, DC. More information on accessing SOII data can be found at http://www.bls.gov/rda/home.htm.

Nonfatal Occupational Injuries and Illnesses

by Industry

by Case Circumstances and Worker Characteristics What is this?

Fatal Occupational Injuries

by Industry, Case Circumstances, and Worker Characteristics What is this?

FEATURED ARTICLES

MONTHLY LABOR REVIEW
Monthly Labor Review

The quest for meaningful and accurate occupational health and safety statistics

A description of how the Occupational Safety and Health Statistics program has evolved to offer more accurate and complete data on occupational injuries and illnesses.

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BLS REPORTS
BLS Reports

A pilot study of job-transfer or work-restriction cases, 2011–2013

This report presents data that led to employees being transferred to another job or restricted from their normal duties.

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State Occupational Injuries, Illnesses, and Fatalities


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Special Estimates: State Musculoskeletal Disorders

Number and Rate of Cases of Musculoskeletal Disorder for Nonfatal Occupational Injury and Illness Cases Requiring Days Away From Work (State Tables)


IIF News Releases

Injury and illness rates decline in 2015; high injury rate for nursing assistants

11/10/2016

Severe occupational injuries and illnesses decreased in 2015 to 94 cases per 10,000 private-sector workers and were about unchanged for state and local government workers. Injury and illness rates for private sector heavy and tractor-trailer truck drivers and nursing assistants declined.
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Employer-reported injury and illness rate declined to 3.0 cases per 100 workers in 2015

10/27/2016

The approximately 2.9 million nonfatal workplace injuries and illnesses reported by private industry employers in 2015 resulted in a decline in the incidence rate to 3.0 cases per 100 equivalent full-time workers, compared to 3.2 cases in 2014.
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Preliminary count of 4,679 fatal work injuries in 2014, higher than 2013 revised total

09/17/2015

The preliminary count of fatal occupational injuries in the U.S. was 4,679 in 2014, 2 percent higher than the revised total of 4,585 in 2013. Fatal work injuries in private goods-producing industries rose 9 percent in 2014.
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Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries

Schedule

 

IIF Databases

Calculator

Customized Industry Rate Tool
Injury and Illness
Allows users to calculate injury and illness incidence rates for their specific establishment or firm and to compare them with the averages for the Nation, for States, and for the industry in which the establishment is found.
Injury and Illness Rates Calculator

Databases

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Workplace Injuries & Illnesses
Occupational Injuries and Illnesses and Fatal Injuries Profiles
        Multi Screen Data Search for Occupational Injuries and Illnesses and Fatal Injuries Profiles    
Occupational Injuries and Illnesses: Industry Data (2014 forward)
Special Notice for Industry Occupational Injuries and Illnesses Top Picks for Industry Occupational Injuries and Illnesses     Multi Screen Data Search for Industry Occupational Injuries and Illnesses Tables for Industry Occupational Injuries and Illnesses Text Files for Industry Occupational Injuries and Illnesses
Nonfatal cases involving days away from work: selected characteristics (2011 forward)
Special Notice for Nonfatal cases Top Picks for Nonfatal cases   One Screen Data Search for Nonfatal cases Multi Screen Data Search for Nonfatal cases Tables for Nonfatal cases Text Files for Nonfatal cases
Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries (2011 forward)
Special Notice for Fatal Occupational Injuries Top Picks for Fatal Occupational Injuries   One Screen Data Search for Fatal Occupational Injuries Multi Screen Data Search for Fatal Occupational Injuries Tables for Fatal Occupational Injuries Text files for Fatal Occupational Injuries

 

More Tools

  • Series Report—Already know the series identifier for the statistic you want? Use this shortcut to retrieve your data.
  • Flat files (FTP)—For those who want it all. Download a flat file of the entire database or large subset of the database.
  • Search for those tables and articles that have a specific word or phrase included in their titles. Much of our data are already included in tables and articles.

All IIF Databases »

 

Recordkeeping, standards, and forms

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is responsible for the administration and interpretation of issues related to record keeping and safety standards. Here are links to assist you with these subjects:

Other Useful Links

What BLS does not have

  • We consider data provided by individual companies to be confidential and not for public release.
  • Costs are not available from the BLS Injuries, Illnesses, and Fatalities statistical program.

 

Contact IIF

Injuries, Illnesses, and Fatalities (IIF)

Staff members of the IIF program within the Office of Safety, Health and Working Conditions are available Monday through Friday for your assistance.

Telephone: (202) 691-6170
Fax: (202) 691-6196 or (202) 691-7862
E-mail: Staff

Written inquiries should be directed to:

U.S. Department of Labor
Bureau of Labor Statistics
Office of Safety, Health and Working Conditions
Postal Square Building - Suite 3180
2 Massachusetts Ave., NE
Washington, D.C. 20212