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2017 - Fatal occupational injuries statistics

  • Fatal occupational injuries - Table A1 (PDF)
               By industry and event or exposure
  • Fatal occupational injuries - Table A2 (PDF)
               Resulting from transportation incidents and homicides
  • Fatal occupational injuries - Table A3 (PDF)
               Private sector wage and salary workers, government workers, and self-employed workers by industry
  • Fatal occupational injuries - Table A4 (PDF)
               By primary and secondary source of injury for all fatal injuries and by major private industry sector
  • Fatal occupational injuries - Table A5 (PDF)
               By occupation and event or exposure
  • Fatal occupational injuries - Table A6 (PDF)
               Resulting from transportation incidents and homicides by occupation
  • Fatal occupational injuries - Table A7 (PDF)
               By worker characteristics and event or exposure
  • Fatal occupational injuries - Table A8 (PDF)
               By event or exposure and age
  • Fatal occupational injuries - Table A9 (PDF)
               By event or exposure for all fatal injuries and major private industry supersector
  • Workplace fatal injuries - Chart 1 (PDF)
               By event or exposure, all ownerships
  • Workplace fatal injuries - Chart 2 (PDF)
               By location, all ownerships
  • Workplace fatal injuries - Chart 3 (PDF)
               Occupations with the largest number of worker fatal injuries, all ownerships
  • Workplace fatal injuries - Chart 4 (PDF)
               Varied between men and women, all ownerships
  • Workplace fatal injuries - Chart 5 (PDF)
               In the mining industry, all ownerships
  • Workplace fatal injuries - Chart 7 (PDF)
               In selected industries, all ownerships