Industry Injury and Illness Data



Industry Injury and Illness Data - 2013

  • Summary News Release
    • Text and tables - 2013 (HTML) (PDF)
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  • Summary Tables  and percent relative standard errors.  The percent relative standard errors in tables A1 and A2 are a measure of sampling error, one of the measures of the reliability of our survey estimates.
    • Table 1 - Incidence rates - detailed industry level - 2013 (PDF)
      • Table A1 - Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry rates - 2013 (PDF)
    • Table 2 - Number of cases - detailed industry level - 2013 (PDF)
      • Table A2 - Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry case counts - 2013 (PDF)

     

Industry Injury and Illness Data - 2012

  • Summary News Release
    • Text and tables - 2012 (HTML) (PDF)
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  • Supplemental News Release Tables
    • SNR01. Highest rates for total cases - Injuries and Illnesses - 2012 (TXT) (PDF)
    • SNR02. Highest rates for cases with days away from work, restricted work activity, or job transfer (DART) - Injuries and Illnesses - 2012 (TXT) (PDF)
    • SNR03. Highest rates for cases with days away from work - Injuries and illnesses - 2012 (TXT) (PDF)
    • SNR04. Highest rates for cases with days of job transfer or restriction - Injuries and Illnesses - 2012 (TXT) (PDF)
    • SNR05. Injury cases - rates, counts, and percent relative standard errors - detailed industry - 2012 (TXT) (PDF)
    • SNR06. Highest rates for total injury cases - 2012 (TXT) (PDF)
    • SNR07. Illness cases by category of illness - rates, counts, and percent - industry division - 2012 (TXT) (PDF)
    • SNR08. Illness rates by category of illness - detailed industry - 2012 (TXT) (PDF)
    • SNR09. Percent relative standard errors of illness rates by category of illness - detailed industry - 2012 (TXT) (PDF)
    • SNR10. Number of illnesses by category of illness - detailed industry - 2012 (TXT) (PDF)
    • SNR11. Percent relative standard errors of illness counts by category of illness - detailed industry - 2012 (TXT) (PDF)
    • SNR12. Highest rates for total illness cases - 2012 (TXT) (PDF)
    • Charts presenting the 2012 survey results (PDF)
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  • Summary Tables  and percent relative standard errors.  The percent relative standard errors in tables A1 and A2 are a measure of sampling error, one of the measures of the reliability of our survey estimates.
    • Table 1 - Incidence rates - detailed industry level - 2012 (TXT) (PDF)
      • Table A1 - Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry rates - 2012 (TXT) (PDF)
    • Table 2 - Number of cases - detailed industry level - 2012 (TXT) (PDF)
      • Table A2 - Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry case counts - 2012 (TXT) (PDF)

     

  • Quartile Data
    • Q1. Total recordable cases - injuries and illnesses - detailed industry by establishment size - 2012 (TXT) (PDF)
    • Q2. Cases with days away, restriction, and job transfer - injuries and illnesses - detailed industry by establishment size - 2012 (TXT) (PDF)
    • Q3. Days away from work cases - injuries and illnesses - detailed industry by establishment size - 2012 (TXT) (PDF)
    • Q4. Cases with days of job transfer or restriction - injuries and illnesses - detailed industry by establishment size - 2012 (TXT) (PDF)
    • Q5. Other recordable cases - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by establishment size - 2012 (TXT) (PDF)
    • Q6. Total recordable cases - injuries only - detailed industry by establishment size - 2012 (TXT) (PDF)

Industry Injury and Illness Data - 2011

  • Summary News Release
    • Text and tables - 2011 (HTML) (PDF)
  •  

  • Supplemental News Release Tables
    • SNR01. Highest rates for total cases - Injuries and Illnesses - 2011 (TXT) (PDF)
    • SNR02. Highest rates for cases with days away from work, restricted work activity, or job transfer (DART) - Injuries and Illnesses - 2011 (TXT) (PDF)
    • SNR03. Highest rates for cases with days away from work - Injuries and illnesses - 2011 (TXT) (PDF)
    • SNR04. Highest rates for cases with days of job transfer or restriction - Injuries and Illnesses - 2011 (TXT) (PDF)
    • SNR05. Injury cases - rates, counts, and percent relative standard errors - detailed industry - 2011 (TXT) (PDF)
    • SNR06. Highest rates for total injury cases - 2011 (TXT) (PDF)
    • SNR07. Illness cases by category of illness - rates, counts, and percent - industry division - 2011 (TXT) (PDF)
    • SNR08. Illness rates by category of illness - detailed industry - 2011 (TXT) (PDF)
    • SNR09. Percent relative standard errors of illness rates by category of illness - detailed industry - 2011 (TXT) (PDF)
    • SNR10. Number of illnesses by category of illness - detailed industry - 2011 (TXT) (PDF)
    • SNR11. Percent relative standard errors of illness counts by category of illness - detailed industry - 2011 (TXT) (PDF)
    • SNR12. Highest rates for total illness cases - 2011 (TXT) (PDF)
    • Charts presenting the 2011 survey results (PDF)
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  • Summary Tables  and percent relative standard errors.  The percent relative standard errors in tables A1 and A2 are a measure of sampling error, one of the measures of the reliability of our survey estimates.
    • Table 1 - Incidence rates - detailed industry level - 2011 (TXT) (PDF)
      • Table A1 - Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry rates - 2011 (TXT) (PDF)
    • Table 2 - Number of cases - detailed industry level - 2011 (TXT) (PDF)
      • Table A2 - Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry case counts - 2011 (TXT) (PDF)

     

  • Quartile Data
    • Q1. Total recordable cases - injuries and illnesses - detailed industry by establishment size - 2011 (TXT) (PDF)
    • Q2. Cases with days away, restriction, and job transfer - injuries and illnesses - detailed industry by establishment size - 2011 (TXT) (PDF)
    • Q3. Days away from work cases - injuries and illnesses - detailed industry by establishment size - 2011 (TXT) (PDF)
    • Q4. Cases with days of job transfer or restriction - injuries and illnesses - detailed industry by establishment size - 2011 (TXT) (PDF)
    • Q5. Other recordable cases - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by establishment size - 2011 (TXT) (PDF)
    • Q6. Total recordable cases - injuries only - detailed industry by establishment size - 2011 (TXT) (PDF)

Industry Injury and Illness Data - 2010

  • Summary News Release
    • Text and tables - 2010 (HTML) (PDF)
  •  

  • Supplemental News Release Tables
    • SNR01. Highest rates for total cases - Injuries and Illnesses - 2010 (TXT) (PDF)
    • SNR02. Highest rates for cases with days away from work, restricted work activity, or job transfer (DART) - Injuries and Illnesses - 2010 (TXT) (PDF)
    • SNR03. Highest rates for cases with days away from work - Injuries and illnesses - 2010 (TXT) (PDF)
    • SNR04. Highest rates for cases with days of job transfer or restriction - Injuries and Illnesses - 2010 (TXT) (PDF)
    • SNR05. Injury cases - rates, counts, and percent relative standard errors - detailed industry - 2010 (TXT) (PDF)
    • SNR06. Highest rates for total injury cases - 2010 (TXT) (PDF)
    • SNR07. Illness cases by category of illness - rates, counts, and percent - industry division - 2010 (TXT) (PDF)
    • SNR08. Illness rates by category of illness - detailed industry - 2010 (TXT) (PDF)
    • SNR09. Percent relative standard errors of illness rates by category of illness - detailed industry - 2010 (TXT) (PDF)
    • SNR10. Number of illnesses by category of illness - detailed industry - 2010 (TXT) (PDF)
    • SNR11. Percent relative standard errors of illness counts by category of illness - detailed industry - 2010 (TXT) (PDF)
    • SNR12. Highest rates for total illness cases - 2010 (TXT) (PDF)
    • Charts presenting the 2010 survey results (PDF)
  •  

  • Summary Tables  and percent relative standard errors.  The percent relative standard errors in tables A1 and A2 are a measure of sampling error, one of the measures of the reliability of our survey estimates.
    • Table 1 - Incidence rates - detailed industry level - 2010 (TXT) (PDF)
      • Table A1 - Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry rates - 2010 (TXT) (PDF)
    • Table 2 - Number of cases - detailed industry level - 2010 (TXT) (PDF)
      • Table A2 - Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry case counts - 2010 (TXT) (PDF)

     

  • Quartile Data
    • Q1. Total recordable cases - injuries and illnesses - detailed industry by establishment size - 2010 (TXT) (PDF)
    • Q2. Cases with days away, restriction, and job transfer - injuries and illnesses - detailed industry by establishment size - 2010 (TXT) (PDF)
    • Q3. Days away from work cases - injuries and illnesses - detailed industry by establishment size - 2010 (TXT) (PDF)
    • Q4. Cases with days of job transfer or restriction - injuries and illnesses - detailed industry by establishment size - 2010 (TXT) (PDF)
    • Q5. Other recordable cases - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by establishment size - 2010 (TXT) (PDF)
    • Q6. Total recordable cases - injuries only - detailed industry by establishment size - 2010 (TXT) (PDF)

Industry Injury and Illness Data - 2009

  • Summary News Release
    • Text and tables - 2009 (HTML) (PDF)
  •  

  • Supplemental News Release Tables
    • SNR01. Highest rates for total cases - Injuries and Illnesses - 2009 (TXT) (PDF)
    • SNR02. Highest rates for cases with days away from work, restricted work activity, or job transfer (DART) - Injuries and Illnesses - 2009 (TXT) (PDF)
    • SNR03. Highest rates for cases with days away from work - Injuries and illnesses - 2009 (TXT) (PDF)
    • SNR04. Highest rates for cases with days of job transfer or restriction - Injuries and Illnesses - 2009 (TXT) (PDF)
    • SNR05. Injury cases - rates, counts, and percent relative standard errors - detailed industry - 2009 (TXT) (PDF)
    • SNR06. Highest rates for total injury cases - 2009 (TXT) (PDF)
    • SNR07. Illness cases by category of illness - rates, counts, and percent - industry division - 2009 (TXT) (PDF)
    • SNR08. Illness rates by category of illness - detailed industry - 2009 (TXT) (PDF)
    • SNR09. Percent relative standard errors of illness rates by category of illness - detailed industry - 2009 (TXT) (PDF)
    • SNR10. Number of illnesses by category of illness - detailed industry - 2009 (TXT) (PDF)
    • SNR11. Percent relative standard errors of illness counts by category of illness - detailed industry - 2009 (TXT) (PDF)
    • SNR12. Highest rates for total illness cases - 2009 (TXT) (PDF)
    • Charts presenting the 2009 survey results (PDF) (HTML)
  •  

  • Summary Tables  and percent relative standard errors.  The percent relative standard errors in tables A1 and A2 are a measure of sampling error, one of the measures of the reliability of our survey estimates.
    • Table 1 - Incidence rates - detailed industry level - 2009 (TXT) (PDF)
      • Table A1 - Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry rates - 2009 (TXT) (PDF)
    • Table 2 - Number of cases - detailed industry level - 2009 (TXT) (PDF)
      • Table A2 - Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry case counts - 2009 (TXT) (PDF)

     

  • Quartile Data
    • Q1. Total recordable cases - injuries and illnesses - detailed industry by establishment size - 2009 (TXT) (PDF)
    • Q2. Cases with days away, restriction, and job transfer - injuries and illnesses - detailed industry by establishment size - 2009 (TXT) (PDF)
    • Q3. Days away from work cases - injuries and illnesses - detailed industry by establishment size - 2009 (TXT) (PDF)
    • Q4. Cases with days of job transfer or restriction - injuries and illnesses - detailed industry by establishment size - 2009 (TXT) (PDF)
    • Q5. Other recordable cases - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by establishment size - 2009 (TXT) (PDF)
    • Q6. Total recordable cases - injuries only - detailed industry by establishment size - 2009 (TXT) (PDF)

Industry Injury and Illness Data - 2008

  • Summary News Release
    • Text and tables - 2008 (TXT) (PDF 160K)
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  • Supplemental News Release Tables
    • SNR01. Highest rates for total cases - Injuries and Illnesses - 2008 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • SNR02. Highest rates for cases with days away from work, restricted work activity, or job transfer (DART) - Injuries and Illnesses - 2008 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • SNR03. Highest rates for cases with days away from work - Injuries and illnesses - 2008 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • SNR04. Highest rates for cases with days of job transfer or restriction - Injuries and Illnesses - 2008 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • SNR05. Injury cases - rates, counts, and percent relative standard errors - detailed industry - 2008 (TXT) (PDF 9K)
    • SNR06. Highest rates for total injury cases - 2008 (TXT) (PDF 24K)
    • SNR07. Illness cases by category of illness - rates, counts, and percent - industry division - 2008 (TXT) (PDF 19K)
    • SNR08. Illness rates by category of illness - detailed industry - 2008 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • SNR09. Percent relative standard errors of illness rates by category of illness - detailed industry - 2008 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • SNR10. Number of illnesses by category of illness - detailed industry - 2008 (TXT) (PDF 10K)
    • SNR11. Percent relative standard errors of illness counts by category of illness - detailed industry - 2008 (TXT) (PDF 17K)
    • SNR12. Highest rates for total illness cases - 2008 (TXT) (PDF 17K)
    • Charts presenting the 2008 survey results (PDF 103K)
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  • Summary Tables  and percent relative standard errors.  The percent relative standard errors in tables A1 and A2 are a measure of sampling error, one of the measures of the reliability of our survey estimates.
    • Table 1 - Incidence rates - detailed industry level - 2008 (TXT) (PDF 112K)
      • Table A1 - Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry rates - 2008 (TXT) (PDF 112K)
    • Table 2 - Number of cases - detailed industry level - 2008 (TXT)  (PDF 112K)
      • Table A2 - Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry case counts - 2008 (TXT) (PDF 112K)

     

  • Quartile Data
    • Q1. Total recordable cases - injuries and illnesses - detailed industry by establishment size - 2008 (TXT) (PDF 229K)
    • Q2. Cases with days away, restriction, and job transfer - injuries and illnesses - detailed industry by establishment size - 2008 (TXT) (PDF 241K)
    • Q3. Days away from work cases - injuries and illnesses - detailed industry by establishment size - 2008 (TXT) (PDF 248K)
    • Q4. Cases with days of job transfer or restriction - injuries and illnesses - detailed industry by establishment size - 2008 (TXT) (PDF 257K)
    • Q5. Other recordable cases - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by establishment size - 2008 (TXT) (PDF 239K)
    • Q6. Total recordable cases - injuries only - detailed industry by establishment size - 2008 (TXT) (PDF 233K)

Industry Injury and Illness Data - 2007

  • Summary News Release
    • Text and tables - 2007 (TXT) (PDF 160K)
  •  

  • Supplemental News Release Tables
    • SNR01. Highest rates for total cases - Injuries and Illnesses - 2007 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • SNR02. Highest rates for cases with days away from work, restricted work activity, or job transfer (DART) - Injuries and Illnesses - 2007 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • SNR03. Highest rates for cases with days away from work - Injuries and illnesses - 2007 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • SNR04. Highest rates for cases with days of job transfer or restriction - Injuries and Illnesses - 2007 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • SNR05. Injury cases - rates, counts, and percent relative standard errors - detailed industry - 2007 (TXT) (PDF 9K)
    • SNR06. Highest rates for total injury cases - 2007 (TXT) (PDF 24K)
    • SNR07. Illness cases by category of illness - rates, counts, and percent - industry division - 2007 (TXT) (PDF 19K)
    • SNR08. Illness rates by category of illness - detailed industry - 2007 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • SNR09. Percent relative standard errors of illness rates by category of illness - detailed industry - 2007 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • SNR10. Number of illnesses by category of illness - detailed industry - 2007 (TXT) (PDF 10K)
    • SNR11. Percent relative standard errors of illness counts by category of illness - detailed industry - 2007 (TXT) (PDF 17K)
    • SNR12. Highest rates for total illness cases - 2007 (TXT) (PDF 17K)
    • Charts presenting the 2007 survey results (PDF 103K)
  •  

  • Summary Tables  and percent relative standard errors.  The percent relative standard errors in tables A1 and A2 are a measure of sampling error, one of the measures of the reliability of our survey estimates.
    • Table 1 - Incidence rates - detailed industry level - 2007 (TXT) (PDF 112K)
      • Table A1 - Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry rates - 2007 (TXT) (PDF 112K)
    • Table 2 - Number of cases - detailed industry level - 2007 (TXT)  (PDF 112K)
      • Table A2 - Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry case counts - 2007 (TXT) (PDF 112K)

     

  • Quartile Data
    • Q1. Total recordable cases - injuries and illnesses - detailed industry by establishment size - 2007 (TXT) (PDF 229K)
    • Q2. Cases with days away, restriction, and job transfer - injuries and illnesses - detailed industry by establishment size - 2007 (TXT) (PDF 241K)
    • Q3. Days away from work cases - injuries and illnesses - detailed industry by establishment size - 2007 (TXT) (PDF 248K)
    • Q4. Cases with days of job transfer or restriction - injuries and illnesses - detailed industry by establishment size - 2007 (TXT) (PDF 257K)
    • Q5. Other recordable cases - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by establishment size - 2007 (TXT) (PDF 239K)
    • Q6. Total recordable cases - injuries only - detailed industry by establishment size - 2007 (TXT) (PDF 233K)

Industry Injury and Illness Data - 2006

  • Summary News Release
    • Text and tables - 2006 (TXT) (PDF 160K)
  •  

  • Supplemental News Release Tables
    • SNR01. Highest rates for total cases - Injuries and Illnesses - 2006 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • SNR02. Highest rates for cases with days away from work, restricted work activity, or job transfer (DART) - Injuries and Illnesses - 2006 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • SNR03. Highest rates for cases with days away from work - Injuries and illnesses - 2006 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • SNR04. Highest rates for cases with days of job transfer or restriction - Injuries and Illnesses - 2006 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • SNR05. Injury cases - rates, counts, and percent relative standard errors - detailed industry - 2006 (TXT) (PDF 9K)
    • SNR06. Highest rates for total injury cases - 2006 (TXT) (PDF 24K)
    • SNR07. Illness cases by category of illness - rates, counts, and percent - industry division - 2006 (TXT) (PDF 19K)
    • SNR08. Illness rates by category of illness - detailed industry - 2006 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • SNR09. Percent relative standard errors of illness rates by category of illness - detailed industry - 2006 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • SNR10. Number of illnesses by category of illness - detailed industry - 2006 (TXT) (PDF 10K)
    • SNR11. Percent relative standard errors of illness counts by category of illness - detailed industry - 2006 (TXT) (PDF 17K)
    • SNR12. Highest rates for total illness cases - 2006 (TXT) (PDF 17K)
    • Charts presenting the 2006 survey results (PDF 103K)
  •  

  • Summary Tables  and percent relative standard errors.  The percent relative standard errors in tables A1 and A2 are a measure of sampling error, one of the measures of the reliability of our survey estimates.
    • Table 1 - Incidence rates - detailed industry level - 2006 (TXT) (PDF 112K)
      • Table A1 - Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry rates - 2006 (TXT) (PDF 112K)
    • Table 2 - Number of cases - detailed industry level - 2006 (TXT)  (PDF 112K)
      • Table A2 - Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry case counts - 2006 (TXT) (PDF 112K)

     

  • Quartile Data
    • Q1. Total recordable cases - injuries and illnesses - detailed industry by establishment size - 2006 (TXT) (PDF 229K)
    • Q2. Cases with days away, restriction, and job transfer - injuries and illnesses - detailed industry by establishment size - 2006 (TXT) (PDF 241K)
    • Q3. Days away from work cases - injuries and illnesses - detailed industry by establishment size - 2006 (TXT) (PDF 248K)
    • Q4. Cases with days of job transfer or restriction - injuries and illnesses - detailed industry by establishment size - 2006 (TXT) (PDF 257K)
    • Q5. Other recordable cases - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by establishment size - 2006 (TXT) (PDF 239K)
    • Q6. Total recordable cases - injuries only - detailed industry by establishment size - 2006 (TXT) (PDF 233K)

Industry Injury and Illness Data - 2005

  • Summary News Release
    • Text and tables - 2005 (TXT) (PDF 160K)
  •  

  • Supplemental News Release Tables
    • SNR01. Highest rates for total cases - Injuries and Illnesses - 2005 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • SNR02. Highest rates for cases with days away from work, restricted work activity, or job transfer (DART) - Injuries and Illnesses - 2005 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • SNR03. Highest rates for cases with days away from work - Injuries and illnesses - 2005 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • SNR04. Highest rates for cases with days of job transfer or restriction - Injuries and Illnesses - 2005 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • SNR05. Injury cases - rates, counts, and percent relative standard errors - detailed industry - 2005 (TXT) (PDF 9K)
    • SNR06. Highest rates for total injury cases - 2005 (TXT) (PDF 24K)
    • SNR07. Illness cases by category of illness - rates, counts, and percent - industry division - 2005 (TXT) (PDF 19K)
    • SNR08. Illness rates by category of illness - detailed industry - 2005 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • SNR09. Percent relative standard errors of illness rates by category of illness - detailed industry - 2005 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • SNR10. Number of illnesses by category of illness - detailed industry - 2005 (TXT) (PDF 10K)
    • SNR11. Percent relative standard errors of illness counts by category of illness - detailed industry - 2005 (TXT) (PDF 17K)
    • SNR12. Highest rates for total illness cases - 2005 (TXT) (PDF 17K)
    • Charts presenting the 2005 survey results (PDF 103K)
  •  

  • Summary Tables  and percent relative standard errors.  The percent relative standard errors in tables A1 and A2 are a measure of sampling error, one of the measures of the reliability of our survey estimates.
    • Table 1 - Incidence rates - detailed industry level - 2005 (TXT) (PDF 112K)
      • Table A1 - Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry rates - 2005 (TXT) (PDF 112K)
    • Table 2 - Number of cases - detailed industry level - 2005 (TXT)  (PDF 112K)
      • Table A2 - Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry case counts - 2005 (TXT) (PDF 112K)

     

  • Quartile Data
    • Q1. Total recordable cases - injuries and illnesses - detailed industry by establishment size - 2005 (TXT) (PDF 229K)
    • Q2. Cases with days away, restriction, and job transfer - injuries and illnesses - detailed industry by establishment size - 2005 (TXT) (PDF 241K)
    • Q3. Days away from work cases - injuries and illnesses - detailed industry by establishment size - 2005 (TXT) (PDF 248K)
    • Q4. Cases with days of job transfer or restriction - injuries and illnesses - detailed industry by establishment size - 2005 (TXT) (PDF 257K)
    • Q5. Other recordable cases - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by establishment size - 2005 (TXT) (PDF 239K)
    • Q6. Total recordable cases - injuries only - detailed industry by establishment size - 2005 (TXT) (PDF 233K)

Industry Injury and Illness Data - 2004

  • Summary News Release
    • Text and tables - 2004 (TXT) (PDF 160K)
  •  

  • Supplemental News Release Tables
    • SNR01. Highest rates for total cases - Injuries and Illnesses - 2004 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • SNR02. Highest rates for cases with days away from work, restricted work activity, or job transfer (DART) - Injuries and Illnesses - 2004 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • SNR03. Highest rates for cases with days away from work - Injuries and illnesses - 2004 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • SNR04. Highest rates for cases with days of job transfer or restriction - Injuries and Illnesses - 2004 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • SNR05. Injury cases - rates, counts, and percent relative standard errors - detailed industry - 2004 (TXT) (PDF 9K)
    • SNR06. Highest rates for total injury cases - 2004 (TXT) (PDF 24K)
    • SNR07. Illness cases by category of illness - rates, counts, and percent - industry division - 2004 (TXT) (PDF 19K)
    • SNR08. Illness rates by category of illness - detailed industry - 2004 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • SNR09. Percent relative standard errors of illness rates by category of illness - detailed industry - 2004 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • SNR10. Number of illnesses by category of illness - detailed industry - 2004 (TXT) (PDF 10K)
    • SNR11. Percent relative standard errors of illness counts by category of illness - detailed industry - 2004 (TXT) (PDF 17K)
    • SNR12. Highest rates for total illness cases - 2004 (TXT) (PDF 17K)
    • Charts presenting the 2004 survey results (PDF 103K)
  •  

  • Summary Tables  and percent relative standard errors.  The percent relative standard errors in tables A1 and A2 are a measure of sampling error, one of the measures of the reliability of our survey estimates.
    • Table 1 - Incidence rates - detailed industry level - 2004 (TXT) (PDF 112K)
      • Table A1 - Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry rates - 2004 (TXT) (PDF 112K)
    • Table 2 - Number of cases - detailed industry level - 2004 (TXT)  (PDF 112K)
      • Table A2 - Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry case counts - 2004 (TXT) (PDF 112K)

     

  • Quartile Data
    • Q1. Total recordable cases - injuries and illnesses - detailed industry by establishment size - 2004 (TXT) (PDF 229K)
    • Q2. Cases with days away, restriction, and job transfer - injuries and illnesses - detailed industry by establishment size - 2004 (TXT) (PDF 241K)
    • Q3. Days away from work cases - injuries and illnesses - detailed industry by establishment size - 2004 (TXT) (PDF 248K)
    • Q4. Cases with days of job transfer or restriction - injuries and illnesses - detailed industry by establishment size - 2004 (TXT) (PDF 257K)
    • Q5. Other recordable cases - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by establishment size - 2004 (TXT) (PDF 239K)
    • Q6. Total recordable cases - injuries only - detailed industry by establishment size - 2004 (TXT) (PDF 233K)

Industry Injury and Illness Data - 2003

  • Summary News Release
    • Text and tables - 2003 (TXT) (PDF 160K)
  •  

  • Supplemental News Release Tables
    • SNR01. Highest rates for total cases - Injuries and Illnesses - 2003 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • SNR02. Highest rates for cases with days away from work, restricted work activity, or job transfer (DART) - Injuries and Illnesses - 2003 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • SNR03. Highest rates for cases with days away from work - Injuries and illnesses - 2003 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • SNR04. Highest rates for cases with days of job transfer or restriction - Injuries and Illnesses - 2003 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • SNR05. Injury cases - rates, counts, and percent relative standard errors - detailed industry - 2003 (TXT) (PDF 9K)
    • SNR06. Highest rates for total injury cases - 2003 (TXT) (PDF 24K)
    • SNR07. Illness cases by category of illness - rates, counts, and percent - industry division - 2003 (TXT) (PDF 19K)
    • SNR08. Illness rates by category of illness - detailed industry - 2003 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • SNR09. Percent relative standard errors of illness rates by category of illness - detailed industry - 2003 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • SNR10. Number of illnesses by category of illness - detailed industry - 2003 (TXT) (PDF 10K)
    • SNR11. Percent relative standard errors of illness counts by category of illness - detailed industry - 2003 (TXT) (PDF 17K)
    • SNR12. Highest rates for total illness cases - 2003 (TXT) (PDF 17K)
    • Charts presenting the 2003 survey results (PDF 103K)
  •  

  • Summary Tables  and percent relative standard errors.  The percent relative standard errors in tables A1 and A2 are a measure of sampling error, one of the measures of the reliability of our survey estimates.
    • Table 1 - Incidence rates - detailed industry level - 2003 (TXT) (PDF 112K)
      • Table A1 - Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry rates - 2003 (TXT) (PDF 112K)
    • Table 2 - Number of cases - detailed industry level - 2003 (TXT)  (PDF 112K)
      • Table A2 - Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry case counts - 2003 (TXT) (PDF 112K)

     

  • Quartile Data
    • Q1. Total recordable cases - injuries and illnesses - detailed industry by establishment size - 2003 (TXT) (PDF 229K)
    • Q2. Cases with days away, restriction, and job transfer - injuries and illnesses - detailed industry by establishment size - 2003 (TXT) (PDF 241K)
    • Q3. Days away from work cases - injuries and illnesses - detailed industry by establishment size - 2003 (TXT) (PDF 248K)
    • Q4. Cases with days of job transfer or restriction - injuries and illnesses - detailed industry by establishment size - 2003 (TXT) (PDF 257K)
    • Q5. Other recordable cases - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by establishment size - 2003 (TXT) (PDF 239K)
    • Q6. Total recordable cases - injuries only - detailed industry by establishment size - 2003 (TXT) (PDF 233K)

Industry Injury and Illness Data - 2002

  • Summary News Release
    • Text and tables - 2002 (TXT) (PDF 160K)

     

  • Supplemental News Release Tables
    • SNR01. Highest rates for total cases - Injuries and Illnesses - 2002 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • SNR02. Highest rates for cases with days away from work, restricted work activity, or job transfer (DART) - Injuries and Illnesses - 2002 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • SNR03. Highest rates for cases with days away from work - Injuries and illnesses - 2002 (TXT)(PDF 11K)
    • SNR04. Highest rates for cases with days of job transfer or restriction - Injuries and Illnesses - 2002 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • SNR05. Injury cases - rates, counts, and percent relative standard errors - detailed industry - 2002 (TXT) (PDF 9K)
    • SNR06. Highest rates for total injury cases - 2002 (TXT) (PDF 24K)
    • SNR07. Illness cases by category of illness - rates, counts, and percent - industry division - 2002 (TXT) (PDF 19K)
    • SNR08. Illness rates by category of illness - detailed industry - 2002 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • SNR09. Percent relative standard errors of illness rates by category of illness - detailed industry - 2002 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • SNR10. Number of illnesses by category of illness - detailed industry - 2002 (TXT) (PDF 10K)
    • SNR11. Percent relative standard errors of illness counts by category of illness - detailed indutry - 2002 (TXT) (PDF 17K)
    • SNR12. Highest rates for total illness cases - 2002 (TXT) (PDF 17K)
    • Charts presenting the 2002 survey results (PDF 103K)

     

  • Summary Tables  and percent relative standard errors.  The percent relative standard errors in tables A1 and A2 are a measure of sampling error, one of the measures of the reliability of our survey estimates.
    • Table 1 - Incidence rates - detailed industry level - 2002 (TXT) (PDF 112K)
      • Table A1 - Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry rates - 2002 (TXT) (PDF 112K)
    • Table 2 - Number of cases - detailed industry level - 2002 (TXT)  (PDF 112K)
      • Table A2 - Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry case counts - 2002 (TXT) (PDF 112K)
  • Quartile Data
    • Q1. Total recordable cases - injuries and illnesses - detailed industry by establishment size - 2002 (TXT) (PDF 229K)
    • Q2. Cases with days away, restriction, and job transfer - injuries and illnesses - detailed industry by establishment size - 2002 (TXT) (PDF 241K)
    • Q3. Days away from work cases - injuries and illnesses - detailed industry by establishment size - 2002 (TXT) (PDF 248K)
    • Q4. Cases with days of job transfer or restriction - injuries and illnesses - detailed industry by establishment size - 2002 (TXT) (PDF 257K)
    • Q5. Other recordable cases - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by establishment size - 2002 (TXT) (PDF 239K)
    • Q6. Total recordable cases - injuries only - detailed industry by establishment size - 2002 (TXT) (PDF 233K)

Industry Injury and Illness Data - 2001

  • Summary News Release
    • Text and tables - 2001 (TXT) (PDF 160K)

     

  • Supplemental News Release Tables
    • S01. Highest rates for total cases - Injuries and Illnesses - 2001 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • S02. Highest rates for lost workday cases - Injuries and Illnesses - 2001 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • S03A. Highest rates for cases with days away from work - Inj/Ill - 2001 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • S03B. Highest rates for cases with days of restricted work activity only - Inj/Ill - 2001 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • S04. Highest rates for total cases - Injuries only -2001 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • S05. Highest rates for lost workday cases - Injuries only - 2001 (TXT )(PDF 11K)
    • S06A. Highest rates for cases with days away from work - Injuries only - 2001 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • S06B. Highest rates for cases with days of restricted work activity only - Injuries only - 2001 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • S07. Industries with 100,000 or more injuries and illnesses - 2001 (TXT) (PDF 9K)
    • S08. Illnesses by type of illness - rates, numbers, and percent - 1997-2001 (TXT) (PDF 24K)
    • S09. Illnesses by type by industry division - 2001 (TXT) (PDF 19K)
    • S10. Highest rates of repeated trauma disorders (w/number of cases)- 2001 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • S11. Highest rates of repeated trauma disorders - 2001 vs 2000 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • S12. Highest number of repeated trauma disorders (3-digit Industry) - 2001 vs 2000 (TXT) (PDF 10K)
    • S13. Number of injury cases by 2-digit SIC - 2001 (TXT) (PDF 17K)
    • Charts presenting the 2001 survey results (PDF 103K)

     

  • Summary Tables  and percent relative standard errors.  The percent relative standard errors in tables A1 and A2 are a measure of sampling error, one of the measures of the reliability of our survey estimates.
    • Table 1 - Incidence rates - detailed industry level - 2001 (TXT) (PDF 112K)
      • Table A1 - Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry rates - 2001 (TXT) (PDF 112K)
    • Table 2 - Number of cases - detailed industry level - 2001 (TXT)  (PDF 112K)
      • Table A2 - Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry case counts - 2001 (TXT) (PDF 112K)
  • Quartile Data
    • Total recordable cases - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by establishment size - 2001 (TXT) (PDF 229K)
    • Lost workday cases - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by establishment size - 2001 (TXT) (PDF 241K)
    • Days away from work cases - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by establishment size - 2001 (TXT) (PDF 248K)
    • Cases with days of restricted work activity only - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by establishment size - 2001 (TXT) (PDF 257K)
    • Cases without lost workdays - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by establishment size - 2001 (TXT) (PDF 239K)
    • Total recordable cases - injuries only - detailed industry by establishment size - 2001 (TXT) (PDF 233K)
    • Lost workday cases - injuries only - detailed industry by establishment size - 2001 (TXT) (PDF 246K)
    • Days away from work cases - injuries only - detailed industry by establishment size - 2001 (TXT) (PDF 254K)
    • Cases with days of restricted work activity only - injuries only - detailed industry by establishment size - 2001 (TXT) (PDF 260K)
    • Cases without lost workdays - injuries only - detailed industry by establishment size - 2001 (TXT) (PDF 244K)
  • Illness Data
    • Illnesses by type
      • S14. Incidence rates by detailed industry - 2001 (TXT) (PDF 112K)
        • S15. Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry rates - 2001 (TXT) (PDF 112K)
      • S16. Number of cases by detailed industry - 2001 (TXT) (PDF 112K)
        • S17. Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry case counts - 2001 (TXT) (PDF 112K)
      • S08. Rates, numbers, and percents - 1997-2001 (TXT) (PDF 24K)
    • Repeated trauma
      • S10. Highest rates of repeated trauma disorders (w/number of cases)- 2001 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
      • S11. Highest rates of repeated trauma disorders - 2001 vs 2000 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
      • S12. Highest number of repeated trauma disorders (3-digit Industry) - 2001 vs 2000 (TXT) (PDF 10K)
      • S18. Incidence rates, number of cases and percent relative standard errors of repeated trauma disorders (most detailed industry level) - 2001 (TXT) (PDF 65K)

Industry Injury and Illness Data - 2000

  • Summary News Release
    • Text and tables - 2000 (TXT ) (PDF 160K)
  •  

  • Supplemental News Release Tables
    • S01. Highest rates for total cases - injuries and illnesses - 2000 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • S02. Highest rates for lost workday cases - injuries and illnesses - 2000 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • S03. Highest rates for cases with days away from work - Inj/Ill - 2000 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • S04. Highest rates for total cases - injuries only -2000 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • S05. Highest rates for lost workday cases - injuries only - 2000 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • S06. Highest rates for cases with days away from work - Injuries only - 2000 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • S07. Industries with 100,000 or more injuries and illnesses - 2000 (TXT) (PDF 9K)
    • S08. Illnesses by type of illness - rates, numbers, and percent - 1996-2000 (TXT) (PDF 24K)
    • S09. Illnesses by type by industry division - 2000 (TXT) (PDF 19K)
    • S10. Highest rates of repeated trauma disorders (w/number of cases)- 2000 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • S11. Highest rates of repeated trauma disorders - 2000 vs 1999 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • S12. Highest number of repeated trauma disorders (3-digit Industry) - 2000 vs 1999 (TXT) (PDF 10K)
    • S13. Number of injury cases by 2-digit SIC - 2000 (TXT) (PDF 17K)
    • Charts presenting the 2000 survey results (PDF 103K)
  •  

  • Summary Tables  and percent relative standard errors.  The percent relative standard errors in tables A1 and A2 are a measure of sampling error, one of the measures of the reliability of our survey estimates.
    • Table 1 - Incidence rates - detailed industry level - 2000 (TXT) (PDF 112K)
      • Table A1 - Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry rates - 2000 (TXT) (PDF 112K)
    • Table 2 - Number of cases - detailed industry level - 2000 (TXT) (PDF 112K)
      • Table A2 - Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry case counts - 2000 (TXT) (PDF 112K)
  •  

  • Quartile Data
    • Total recordable cases - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by establishment size - 2000 (TXT) (PDF 229K)
    • Lost workday cases - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by establishment size - 2000 (TXT) (PDF 241K)
    • Days away from work cases - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by establishment size - 2000 (TXT) (PDF 248K)
    • Cases with days of restricted work activity only - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by establishment size - 2000 (TXT) (PDF 257K)
    • Cases without lost workdays - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by establishment size - 2000 (TXT) (PDF 239K)
    • Total recordable cases - injuries only - detailed industry by estabishment size - 2000 (TXT) (PDF 233K)
    • Lost workday cases - injuries only - detailed industry by establishment size - 2000 (TXT) (PDF 246K)
    • Days away from work cases - injuries only - detailed industry by establishment size - 2000 (TXT) (PDF 254K)
    • Cases with days of restricted work activity only - injuries only - detailed industry by establishment size - 2000 (TXT) (PDF 260K)
    • Cases without lost workdays - injuries only - detailed industry by establishment size - 2000 (TXT) (PDF 244K)
  •  

  • Illness Data
    • Illnesses by type
      • S14. Incidence rates by detailed industry - 2000 (TXT) (PDF 112K)
        • S15. Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry rates - 2000 (TXT) (PDF 112K)
      • S16. Number of cases by detailed industry - 2000 (TXT) (PDF 112K)
        • S17. Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry case counts - 2000 (TXT) (PDF 112K)
      • S08. Rates, numbers, and percents - 1996-2000 (TXT) (PDF 24K)
    • Repeated trauma
      • S10. Highest rates of repeated trauma disorders (w/number of cases)- 2000 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
      • S11. Highest rates of repeated trauma disorders - 2000 vs 1999 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
      • S12. Highest number of repeated trauma disorders (3-digit Industry) - 2000 vs 1999 (TXT) (PDF 10K)
      • S18. Incidence rates, number of cases and percent relative standard errors of repeated trauma disorders (most detailed industry level) - 2000 (TXT) (PDF 65K)

Industry Injury and Illness Data - 1999

  • Summary News Release
    • Text and tables - 1999 (TXT ) (PDF 160K)


  • Supplemental News Release Tables
    • S01. Highest rates for total cases - injuries and illnesses - 1999 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • S02. Highest rates for lost workday cases - injuries and illnesses - 1999 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • S03. Highest rates for cases with days away from work - Inj/Ill - 1999 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • S04. Highest rates for total cases - injuries only -1999 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • S05. Highest rates for lost workday cases - injuries only - 1999 (TXT )(PDF 11K)
    • S06. Highest rates for cases with days away from work - Injuries only - 1999 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • S07. Industries with 100,000 or more injuries and illnesses - 1999 (TXT) (PDF 9K)
    • S08. Illnesses by type of illness - rates, numbers, and percent - 1995-1999 (TXT) (PDF 24K)
    • S09. Illnesses by type by industry division - 1999 (TXT) (PDF 19K)
    • S10. Highest rates of repeated trauma disorders(w/number of cases)- 1999 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • S11. Highest rates of repeated trauma disorders - 1999 vs 1998 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • S12. Highest number of repeated trauma disorders (3-digit Industry) - 1999 vs 1998 (TXT) (PDF 10K)
    • S13. Number of injury cases by 2-digit SIC - 1999 (TXT) (PDF 17K)
    • Charts presenting the 1999 survey results (PDF 103K)


  • Summary Tables  and percent relative standard errors.  The percent relative standard errors in tables A1 and A2 are a measure of sampling error, one of the measures of the reliability of our survey estimates.
    • Table 1 - Incidence rates - detailed industry level - 1999 (TXT) (PDF 112K)
      • Table A1 - Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry rates - 1999 (TXT) (PDF 112K)
    • Table 2 - Number of cases - detailed industry level - 1999 (TXT) (PDF 112K)
      • Table A2 - Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry case counts - 1999 (TXT) (PDF 112K)


  • Quartile Data
    • Total recordable cases - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by estabishment size - 1999 (TXT) (PDF 229K)
    • Lost workday cases - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by establishment size - 1999 (TXT) (PDF 241K)
    • Days away from work cases - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by establishment size - 1999 (TXT) (PDF 248K)
    • Cases with days of restricted work activity only - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by establishment size - 1999 (TXT) (PDF 257K)
    • Cases without lost workdays - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by establishment size - 1999 (TXT) (PDF 239K)
    • Total recordable cases - injuries only - detailed industry by estabishment size - 1999 (TXT) (PDF 233K)
    • Lost workday cases - injuries only - detailed industry by establishment size - 1999 (TXT) (PDF 246K)
    • Days away from work cases - injuries only - detailed industry by establishment size - 1999 (TXT) (PDF 254K)
    • Cases with days of restricted work activity only - injuries only - detailed industry by establishment size - 1999 (TXT) (PDF 260K)
    • Cases without lost workdays - injuries only - detailed industry by establishment size - 1999 (TXT) (PDF 244K)


  • Illness Data
    • Illnesses by type
      • S14. Incidence rates by detailed industry - 1999 (TXT) (PDF 112K)
        • S15. Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry rates - 1999 (TXT ) (PDF 112K)
      • S16. Number of cases by detailed industry - 1999 (TXT) (PDF 112K)
        • S17. Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry case counts - 1999 (TXT ) (PDF 112K)
      • S08. Rates, numbers, and percents - 1995-1999 (TXT) (PDF 24K)
    • Repeated trauma
      • S10. Highest rates of repeated trauma disorders(w/number of cases)- 1999 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
      • S11. Highest rates of repeated trauma disorders - 1999 vs 1998 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
      • S12. Highest number of repeated trauma disorders (3-digit Industry) - 1999 vs 1998 (TXT) (PDF 10K)
      • S18. Incidence rates, number of cases and percent relative standard errors of repeated trauma disorders (most detailed industry level) - 1999 (TXT) (PDF 65K)

Industry Injury and Illness Data - 1998

  • Summary News Release
    • Text and tables - 1998 (TXT ) (PDF 160K)
  • Supplemental News Release Tables
    • Highest rates for total cases - injuries and illnesses - 1998 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • Highest rates for total cases - injuries only -1998 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • Highest rates for lost workday cases - injuries and illnesses - 1998 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • Highest rates for lost workday cases - injuries only - 1998 (TXT )(PDF 11K)
    • Highest rates for cases with days away from work - Inj/Ill - 1998 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • Highest rates for cases with days away from work - Injuries only - 1998 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • Industries with 100,000 or more injuries and illnesses - 1998 (TXT) (PDF 9K)
    • Illnesses by type of illness - rates, numbers, and percent - 1994-1998 (TXT) (PDF 24K)
    • Illnesses by type by industry division - 1998 (TXT) (PDF 19K)
    • Highest rates of repeated trauma disorders(w/number of cases)- 1998 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • Highest rates of repeated trauma disorders - 1998 vs 1997 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • Highest number of repeated trauma disorders (3-digit Industry) - 1998 vs 1997 (TXT) (PDF 10K)
    • Number of injury cases by 2-digit SIC - 1998 (TXT) (PDF 17K)
    • Charts presenting the 1998 survey results (PDF 103K)
  • Summary Tables  and percent relative standard errors.  The percent relative standard errors in tables A1 and A1 are a measure of sampling error, one of the measures of the reliability of our survey estimates.
    • Table 1 - Incidence rates - detailed industry level - 1998 (TXT) (PDF 112K)
      • Table A1 - Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry rates - 1998 (TXT) (PDF 112K)
    • Table 2 - Number of cases - detailed industry level - 1998 (TXT) (PDF 112K)
      • Table A2 - Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry case counts - 1998 (TXT) (PDF 112K)
  • Quartile Data
    • Total recordable cases - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by estabishment size - 1998 (TXT) (PDF 229K)
    • Lost workday cases - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by establishment size - 1998 (TXT) (PDF 241K)
    • Days away from work cases - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by establishment size - 1998 (TXT) (PDF 248K)
    • Cases with days of restricted work activity only - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by establishment size - 1998 (TXT) (PDF 257K)
    • Cases without lost workdays - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by establishment size - 1998 (TXT) (PDF 239K)
    • Total recordable cases - injuries only - detailed industry by estabishment size - 1998 (TXT) (PDF 233K)
    • Lost workday cases - injuries only - detailed industry by establishment size - 1998 (TXT) (PDF 246K)
    • Days away from work cases - injuries only - detailed industry by establishment size - 1998 (TXT) (PDF 254K)
    • Cases with days of restricted work activity only - injuries only - detailed industry by establishment size - 1998 (TXT) (PDF 260K)
    • Cases without lost workdays - injuries only - detailed industry by establishment size - 1998 (TXT) (PDF 244K)
  • Illness Data
    • Illnesses by type
      • Incidence rates by detailed industry - 1998 (TXT) (PDF 112K)
        • Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry rates - 1998 (TXT ) (PDF 112K)
      • Number of cases by detailed industry - 1998 (TXT) (PDF 112K)
        • Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry case counts - 1998 (TXT ) (PDF 112K)
      • Rates, numbers, and percents - 1994-1998 (TXT) (PDF 24K)
    • Repeated trauma
      • Highest rates of repeated trauma disorders(w/number of cases)- 1998 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
      • Highest rates of repeated trauma disorders - 1998 vs 1997 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
      • Highest number of repeated trauma disorders (3-digit Industry) - 1998 vs 1997 (TXT) (PDF 10K)
      • Incidence rates, number of cases and percent relative standard errors of repeated trauma disorders (most detailed industry level) - 1998 (TXT) (PDF 65K)

Industry Injury and Illness Data - 1997

  • Summary News Release
    • Text and tables - 1997 (TXT ) (PDF 160K)
  • Supplemental News Release Tables
    • Highest rates for total cases - injuries and illnesses - 1997 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • Highest rates for total cases - injuries only -1997 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • Highest rates for lost workday cases - injuries and illnesses - 1997 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • Highest rates for lost workday cases - injuries only - 1997 (TXT )(PDF 11K)
    • Highest rates for cases with days away from work - Inj/Ill - 1997 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • Highest rates for cases with days away from work - Injuries only - 1997 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • Industries with 100,000 or more injuries and illnesses - 1997 (TXT) (PDF 9K)
    • Illnesses by type of illness - rates, numbers, and percent - 1993-1997 (TXT) (PDF 24K)
    • Illnesses by type by industry division - 1997 (TXT) (PDF 19K)
    • Highest rates of repeated trauma disorders(w/number of cases)- 1997 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • Highest rates of repeated trauma disorders - 1997 vs 1996 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • Highest number of repeated trauma disorders (3-digit Industry) - 1997 vs 1996 (TXT) (PDF 10K)
    • Number of injury cases by 2-digit SIC - 1997 (TXT) (PDF 17K)
    • Charts presenting the 1997 survey results (PDF 103K)
  • Summary Tables  and percent relative standard errors.  The percent relative standard errors in tables A1 and A1 are a measure of sampling error, one of the measures of the reliability of our survey estimates.
    • Table 1 - Incidence rates - detailed industry level - 1997 (TXT) (PDF 112K)
      • Table A1 - Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry rates - 1997 (TXT) (PDF 112K)
    • Table 2 - Number of cases - detailed industry level - 1997 (TXT) (PDF 112K)
      • Table A2 - Percent relative standard errors for detailed industry case counts - 1997 (TXT) (PDF 112K)
  • Quartile Data
    • Total recordable cases - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by estabishment size - 1997 (TXT) (PDF 229K)
    • Lost workday cases - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by establishment size - 1997 (TXT) (PDF 241K)
    • Days away from work cases - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by establishment size - 1997 (TXT) (PDF 248K) Republished table
    • Cases with days of restricted work activity only - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by establishment size - 1997 (TXT) (PDF 257K)
    • Cases without lost workdays - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by establishment size - 1997 (TXT) (PDF 239K)
    • Total recordable cases - injuries only - detailed industry by estabishment size - 1997 (TXT) (PDF 233K)
    • Lost workday cases - injuries only - detailed industry by establishment size - 1997 (TXT) (PDF 246K)
    • Days away from work cases - injuries only - detailed industry by establishment size - 1997 (TXT) (PDF 254K)
    • Cases with days of restricted work activity only - injuries only - detailed industry by establishment size - 1997 (TXT) (PDF 260K)
    • Cases without lost workdays - injuries only - detailed industry by establishment size - 1997 (TXT) (PDF 244K)
  • Illness Data
    • Illnesses by type
      • Rates, numbers, and percents - 1993-1997 (TXT) (PDF 24K)
      • Number of cases by detailed industry - 1997 (TXT) (PDF 129K)
      • Incidence rates by detailed industry - 1997 (TXT) (PDF 105K)
    • Repeated trauma
      • Highest rates of repeated trauma disorders(w/number of cases)- 1997 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
      • Highest rates of repeated trauma disorders - 1997 vs 1996 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
      • Highest number of repeated trauma disorders (3-digit Industry) - 1997 vs 1996 (TXT) (PDF 10K)
      • Incidence rates, number of cases and percent relative standard errors of repeated trauma disorders (most detailed industry level) - 1997 (TXT) (PDF 65K)

Industry Injury and Illness Data - 1996

  • Summary News Release
    • Text and tables - 1996 (TXT ) (PDF 160K)
  • Supplemental News Release Tables
    • Highest rates for total cases - injuries and illnesses - 1996 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • Highest rates for total cases - injuries only - 1996 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • Highest rates for lost workday cases - injuries and illnesses - 1996 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • Highest rates for lost workday cases - injuries only - 1996 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • Highest rates for cases with days away from work - Inj/Ill - 1996 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • Highest rates for cases with days away from work - Injuries only - 1996 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • Industries with 100,000 or more injuries and illnesses - 1996 (TXT) (PDF 9K)
    • Illnesses by type of illness - rates, numbers, and percent - 1992-1996 (TXT) (PDF 24K)
    • Illnesses by type by industry division - 1996 (TXT) (PDF 19K)
    • Highest rates of repeated trauma disorders(w/number of cases)- 1996 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • Highest rates of repeated trauma disorders - 1996 vs 1995 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
    • Highest number of repeated trauma disorders (3-digit Industry) - 1996 vs 1995 (TXT) (PDF 10K)
    • Number of injury cases by 2-digit SIC - 1996 (TXT) (PDF 17K)
    • Charts presenting the 1996 survey results (PDF 103K)
  • Summary Tables
    • Table 1 - Incidence rates - detailed industry level - 1996 (TXT) (PDF 112K)
    • Table 2 - Number of cases - detailed industry level - 1996 (TXT) (PDF 112K)
  • Quartile Data
    • Total recordable cases - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by estabishment size - 1996 (TXT) (PDF 229K)
    • Lost workday cases - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by establishment size - 1996 (TXT) (PDF 241K)
    • Days away from work cases - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by establishment size - 1996 (TXT) (PDF 248K) Republished table
    • Cases with days of restricted work activity only - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by establishment size - 1996 (TXT) (PDF 257K)
    • Cases without lost workdays - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by establishment size - 1996 (TXT) (PDF 239K)
    • Total recordable cases - injuries only - detailed industry by estabishment size - 1996 (TXT) (PDF 233K)
    • Lost workday cases - injuries only - detailed industry by establishment size - 1996 (TXT) (PDF 246K)
    • Days away from work cases - injuries only - detailed industry by establishment size - 1996 (TXT) (PDF 254K)
    • Cases with days of restricted work activity only - injuries only - detailed industry by establishment size - 1996 (TXT) (PDF 260K)
    • Cases without lost workdays - injuries only - detailed industry by establishment size - 1996 (TXT) (PDF 244K)
  • Illness Data
    • Illnesses by type
      • Rates, numbers, and percents - 1992-1996 (TXT) (PDF 24K)
      • Number of cases by detailed industry - 1996 (TXT) (PDF 129K)
      • Incidence rates by detailed industry - 1996 (TXT) (PDF 105K)
    • Repeated trauma
      • Highest rates of repeated trauma disorders(w/number of cases)- 1996 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
      • Highest rates of repeated trauma disorders - 1996 vs 1995 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
      • Highest number of repeated trauma disorders (3-digit Industry) - 1996 vs 1995 (TXT) (PDF 10K)
      • Incidence rates, number of cases and percent relative standard errors of repeated trauma disorders (most detailed industry level) - 1996 (TXT) (PDF 65K)

Industry Injury and Illness Data - 1995

  • Summary News Release
    • Text and tables - 1995 (TXT) (PDF 56K)
  • Supplemental News Release Tables
    • Highest rates for total cases - injuries and illnesses - 1995 (TXT) (PDF 5K)
    • Highest rates for total cases - injuries only -1995 (TXT) (PDF 6K)
    • Highest rates for lost workday cases - injuries and illnesses - 1995 (TXT) (PDF 6K)
    • Highest rates for lost workday cases - injuries only - 1995 (TXT) (PDF 6K)
    • Highest rates for cases with days away from work - Inj/Ill - 1995 (TXT) (PDF 6K)
    • Highest rates for cases with days away from work - Injuries only - 1995 (TXT) (PDF 7K)
    • Industries with 100,000 or more injuries and illnesses - 1995 (TXT) (PDF 5K)
    • Illnesses by type of illness - 1992-1995 incidence rates, percents,
      and numbers (TXT) (PDF 8K)
    • Highest rates of repeated trauma disorders(w/number of cases)- 1995 (TXT) (PDF 19K)
    • Highest rates of repeated trauma disorders - 1995 vs 1994 (TXT) (PDF 19K)
    • Highest number of repeated trauma cases - 1995 (TXT) (PDF) 10K
    • Number of injury cases by 2-digit SIC - 1995 (TXT) (PDF 13K)
  • Summary Report
    • Entire summary report including text and both tables - 1995 (TXT) (PDF 198K)
  • Quartile Data
    • Total recordable cases - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by estabishment size - 1995 (TXT) (PDF 229K) Republished table
    • Lost workday cases - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by establishment size - 1995 (TXT) (PDF 241K)
    • Days away from work cases - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by establishment size - 1995 (TXT) (PDF 248K) Republished table
    • Cases with days of restricted work activity only - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by establishment size - 1995 (TXT) (PDF 257K)
    • Cases without lost workdays - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by establishment size - 1995 (TXT) (PDF 239K)
    • Total recordable cases - injuries only - detailed industry by estabishment size - 1995 (TXT) (PDF 233K)
    • Lost workday cases - injuries only - detailed industry by establishment size - 1995 (TXT) (PDF 246K)
    • Days away from work cases - injuries only - detailed industry by establishment size - 1995 (TXT) (PDF 254K)
    • Cases with days of restricted work activity only - injuries only - detailed industry by establishment size - 1995 (TXT) (PDF 260K)
    • Cases without lost workdays - injuries only - detailed industry by establishment size - 1995 (TXT) (PDF 244K)
  • Illness Data
    • Illnesses by type
      • Rates, numbers, and percents - 1992-1995 (TXT) (PDF 24K)
      • Number of cases by detailed industry - 1995 (TXT) (PDF 129K)
      • Incidence rates by detailed industry - 1995 (TXT) (PDF 105K)
    • Repeated trauma
      • All publishable industries - incidence rates, numbers,
        and sampling errors (TXT) (PDF 70K)
      • Highest rates of repeated trauma disorders (w/number of cases) - 1995 (TXT) (PDF 19K)
      • Highest rates of repeated trauma disorders w/1994 rates (TXT) (PDF 19K)
      • Highest number of repeated trauma disorders - (3-digit idustry) - 1995 vs 1994 (TXT) (PDF 10K)



Industry Injury and Illness Data - 1994

  • Summary News Release
    • Text and tables - 1994 (TXT) (PDF 56K)
      • Table 1 - Injury and illness incidence rates by industry division - 1994 (TXT) (PDF 5K)
      • Table 2 - Number of injuries and illnesses by industry division - 1994 (TXT) (PDF 6K)
      • Table 3 - Injury incidence rates by size of establishment - 1994 (TXT) (PDF 5K)
      • Table 4 - Injury and illness incidence rates, 1973-1994 (TXT) (PDF 6K)
      • Table 5 - Injury and illness incidence rates by industry division, 1992-1994 (TXT) (PDF 6K)
      • Table 6 - Number of injuries by 2-digit industry, 1994 (TXT) (PDF 11K)
      • Table 7 - Industries with 100,000 or more injury cases, 1994 (TXT) (PDF 6K)
  • Supplemental News Release Tables
    • Highest rates for total cases - injuries and illnesses - 1994 (TXT) (PDF 5K)
    • Highest rates for total cases - injuries only - 1994 (TXT) (PDF 6K)
    • Highest rates for lost workday cases - injuries and illnesses - 1994 (TXT) (PDF 6K)
    • Highest rates for lost workday cases - injuries only - 1994 (TXT) (PDF 6K)
    • Highest rates for cases with days away from work - Inj/Ill - 1994 (TXT) (PDF 6K)
    • Highest rates for cases with days away from work - Injuries only - 1994 (TXT) (PDF 7K)
    • Industries with 100,000 or more injuries and illnesses - 1994 (TXT) (PDF 5K)
    • Illnesses by type of illness - 1992-1994 incidence rates, percents,
      and numbers (TXT) (PDF 8K)
    • Highest rates of repeated trauma disorders(w/number of cases)- 1994 (TXT) (PDF 19K)
    • Highest rates of repeated trauma disorders - 1994 vs 1993 (TXT) (PDF 19K)
    • Highest number of repeated trauma cases - 1994 (TXT) (PDF) 10K
    • Number of injury cases by 2-digit SIC - 1994 (TXT) (PDF 13K)
    • All supplemental tables for 1994 (TXT) (PDF 85K)
  • Summary Report
    • Entire summary report including text and both tables - 1994 (TXT) (PDF 198K)
      • Table 1 - Incidence rates of injuries and illnesses - 1994 (TXT) (PDF 85K)
      • Table 2 - Number of injuries and illnesses - 1994 (TXT) (PDF 89K)
  • Quartile Data
    • Total recordable cases - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by estabishment size - 1994 (TXT) (PDF 229K)
    • Lost workday cases - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by establishment size - 1994 (TXT) (PDF 241K)
    • Days away from work cases - injuries and illnesses combined - detailed industry by establishment size - 1994 (TXT) (PDF 248K)
  • Illness Data
    • Illnesses by type
      • Rates, numbers, and percents - 1992-1994 (TXT) (PDF 24K)
    • Repeated trauma
      • All publishable industries - incidence rates, numbers,
        and sampling errors - 1994 (TXT) (PDF 70K)
      • Highest rates of repeated trauma disorders (w/number of cases) - 1994 (TXT) (PDF 19K)
      • Highest rates of repeated trauma disorders w/1993 rates (TXT) (PDF 19K)
      • Highest number of repeated trauma disorders - (3-digit industry) - 1994 vs 1993 (TXT) (PDF 10K)

 

Last Modified Date: December 4, 2014