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Midwest Economy - Safety and Health Statistics

Incidence rates (per 100 full-time workers) of nonfatal injuries and illnesses in private industry, United States and midwest states, 2018
Area Total recordable
cases
Cases with days away from work, job transfer, or restriction Other
recordable
cases
Total Cases with days
away from work
Cases with job transfer
or restriction

United States

2.8 1.6 0.9 0.7 1.3

Illinois

2.7 1.5 0.9 0.6 1.1

Indiana

3.2 1.7 0.7 1.0 1.5

Iowa

3.3 1.9 0.9 1.0 1.5

Kansas

3.1 1.7 0.9 0.8 1.5

Michigan

3.0 1.6 0.8 0.8 1.4

Minnesota

3.2 1.6 0.9 0.6 1.6

Missouri

2.8 1.4 0.8 0.7 1.3

Nebraska

3.2 1.6 0.9 0.7 1.6

North Dakota

- - - - -

Ohio

2.4 1.2 0.7 0.5 1.2

South Dakota

- - - - -

Wisconsin

3.6 1.9 1.0 0.8 1.7

Note: - Dashes indicate data not available.
Definition of terms available at Occupational Safety and Health Definitions Homepage
Source: U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, in cooperation with state and federal agencies.

Fatal occupational injuries by event or exposure, United States, midwest states, and select metropolitan areas, 2018
Area Total
Fatalities
Event or Exposure
Violence and
other injuries
by persons or
animals
Transportation
incidents
Falls, slips,
trips
Exposure to
harmful
substances
or
environments
Contact with
objects and
equipment
All other(1)

United States

5,250 828 2,080 791 621 786 144

Illinois

184 26 75 25 20 34 4

Chicago-Naperville-Elgin

107 25 24 19 14 22 3

Indiana

173 22 78 23 15 32 3

Iowa

77 6 30 12 11 17 1

Kansas

61 5 33 7 4 9 3

Michigan

155 37 50 20 17 27 4

Detroit-Warren-Dearborn

57 23 14 5 7 8 0

Minnesota

75 12 26 12 9 13 3

Missouri

145 29 63 18 16 16 3

Nebraska

44 - 18 9 6 9 2

North Dakota

35 3 24 - - 6 2

Ohio

158 25 60 22 22 27 2

South Dakota

32 - 15 5 - 7 5

Wisconsin

114 15 48 14 13 20 4

Footnotes:
(1) Includes other events and exposures not shown separately.

Note: - Dashes indicate data not available.
Definition of terms available at Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries Homepage
Source: U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, in cooperation with state and federal agencies.

Fatal occupational injuries, United States and midwest states, 1992-2018
Year U.S. Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Michigan Minnesota Missouri Nebraska North
Dakota
Ohio South
Dakota
Wisconsin

1992

6,217 250 148 110 82 143 103 140 43 20 203 28 135

1993

6,331 252 136 88 99 160 113 131 78 30 190 28 138

1994

6,632 247 195 74 106 180 82 155 83 21 209 31 109

1995

6,275 250 156 54 95 149 84 125 54 28 186 26 117

1996

6,202 262 143 70 85 155 92 140 56 23 201 32 108

1997

6,238 240 190 80 93 174 72 123 46 35 201 23 114

1998

6,055 216 155 68 98 179 88 145 56 24 186 28 97

1999

6,054 208 171 80 87 182 72 165 66 22 222 46 105

2000

5,920 206 159 71 85 156 68 148 59 34 207 35 107

2001

5,915 231 152 62 94 175 76 145 57 25 209 35 110

2002

5,534 190 136 57 89 152 81 175 83 25 202 36 91

2003

5,575 200 132 76 78 152 72 154 51 26 206 28 103

2004

5,764 208 153 82 80 127 80 165 46 24 202 24 94

2005

5,734 194 157 90 81 110 87 185 36 22 168 31 125

2006

5,840 207 148 71 85 157 78 167 57 31 193 37 91

2007

5,657 185 127 89 101 120 72 156 63 25 165 22 104

2008

5,214 193 143 93 73 123 65 148 53 28 168 30 77

2009

4,551 158 125 80 76 94 61 142 57 25 137 24 94

2010

4,690 206 118 77 85 146 70 106 54 30 161 36 91

2011

4,693 177 125 93 78 141 60 132 39 44 155 31 89

2012

4,628 146 115 97 76 137 70 88 48 65 161 31 114

2013

4,585 176 127 72 55 135 69 118 39 56 149 20 97

2014

4,821 164 130 91 73 143 62 106 55 38 185 29 99

2015

4,836 172 115 60 60 134 74 117 50 47 202 21 104

2016

5,190 171 137 76 74 162 92 124 60 28 164 31 105

2017

5,147 163 138 72 72 153 101 125 35 38 174 30 106

2018

5,250 184 173 77 61 155 75 145 44 35 158 32 114

Source: U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, in cooperation with state and federal agencies.