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2011 – Global Fatality Statistics                                                                         ©               ...
2011 – Global Fatality Statistics                                                                         ©               ...
2011 – Global Fatality Statistics                                                                                         ...
2011 – Global Fatality Statistics                                                                                         ...
2011 – Global Fatality Statistics                                                                                         ...
2011 – Global Fatality Statistics                                                                                         ...
2011 – Global Fatality Statistics                                                                                         ...
Global Workplace Fatality Stats YTD August 2011
Global Workplace Fatality Stats YTD August 2011
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Global Workplace Fatality Stats YTD August 2011

  1. 1. 2011  Global  Fatality  Statistics     August  2011           Zambia,+4.00+ Armenia,+2.00+ West+Indies,+1.00+ Afghanistan,+11.00+ Austria+,+1.00+ West+Bengal,+ Albania,+ 3.00+ 1.00+ Austria,+4.00+ Bahrain,+1.00+ Wales,+1.00+ Vietnam,+40.00+ Zimbabwe,+ Bangladesh,+8.00+ 11.00+ Australia,+ Brazil,+4.00+ 41.00+ Canada,+57.00+ Colombia,+9.00+ Egypt,+2.00+ China,+209.00+ France,+1.00+ Germany,+3.00+ Ghana,+2.00+ Congo,+72.00+ Guyana,+1.00+ United+States,+794.00+ India,+134.00+ Nigeria,+44.00+ Pakistan,+68.00+ Indonesia,+5.00+ Iran,+10.00+ Ireland,+7.00+ Israel,+1.00+ United+Kingdom,+70.00+ Italy,+2.00+ Kenya,+2.00+ Japan,+3.00+ Lebanon,+2.00+ Philippines,+18.00+ Macau,+1.00+ Poland,+14.00+ Malaysia,+6.00+ Russia,+ Oman,+1.00+ 16.00+ South+Africa,+ Romania,+6.00+ Mexico,+18.00+ Ukraine,+26.00+ Thailand,+ 31.00+ Saudi+Arabia,+ Nepal,+2.00+ 16.00+ Spain,+ United+Arab+Emirates,+8.00+ 8.00+ 7.00+ Netherlands,+1.00+ Turkey,+27.00+ Taiwan,+7.00+ Singapore,+5.00+ Switzerland,+1.00+ Somalia,+ Nicaragua,+1.00+ 1.00+ Sri+Lanka,+1.00+ Serbia+and+ Tunisia,+2.00+ Montenegro,+1.00+ New+Zealand,+8.00+ South+Korea,+ Sweden,+ 1.00+ 1.00+                 www.achievablesolutions.com.au   grant@achievablesolutions.com.au   0438  010  730    
  2. 2. 2011 – Global Fatality Statistics © 31-Aug-11     Contents  Significant  Stories  ............................................................................................................................................................  3  Statistics  ...........................................................................................................................................................................  4   Five  Highest  Fatality  Industry  Details  ...........................................................................................................................  7   Five  Highest  Mechanisms  of  Fatality  Details  ...............................................................................................................  9  Events  ............................................................................................................................................................................  11               Mortality  Rates   7.68  fatalities  per  day   53.31  fatalities  per  week   233.25  fatalities  per  month     Incident  /  Fatalities   1192  Incidents   1866  Fatalities    www.achievablesolutions.com.au   grant@achievablesolutions.com.au   0438  010  730   Page  2  of  226    
  3. 3. 2011 – Global Fatality Statistics © 31-Aug-11     SIGNIFICANT STORIESNigeria  clamps  down  on  security  after  U.N.  bombing     Nigeria  imposed  a  security  clampdown  on  Abuja  on  Saturday,  a  day  after  a  car   bomb  ripped  through  a  U.N.  complex  in  the  capital,  with  authorities  keeping   an  open  mind  on  the  perpetrators  but  suspicion  focused  on  a  local  Islamist   sect.     Armed  soldiers  patrolled  Abujas  streets,  searching  cars  at  roadblocks  across   the  city,  which  sits  in  the  centre  of  Africas  most  populous  nation  where  the   mostly-­‐Christian  south  and  largely-­‐Muslim  north  meet.    Authorities  put  the  death  toll  at  19  following  Fridays  attack,  when  a  car  slammed  through  security  gates  of  the  United  Nations  office  complex,  crashed  into  the  basement  and  exploded,  sending  vehicles  flying  and  setting  the  building  on  fire.    "As  of  this  morning  we  can  confirm  19  dead.  The  final  toll  could  be  higher  as  some  casualties  are  still  in  a  bad  condition,"   a  spokesman  for  the  Nigerian  National  Emergency  Management  Agency  told  Reuters.    "We  have  worked  through  the  night  helping  the  wounded,  one  of  the  biggest  issues  weve  had  is  the  pressure  from  people  who  have  crowded  hospitals  and  the  bomb  site  searching  for  their  friends  and  relatives,"  he  added.    So  far  there  has  been  no  confirmed  claim  of  responsibility  for  the  attack  in  which  the  cars  driver  was  killed,  possibly  making  the  incident  Nigerias  first  suicide  bombing.    However,  analysts,  security  forces  and  diplomats  said  the  attack  had  all  the  hallmarks  of  Boko  Haram,  a  radical  Nigerian  Islamist  group  whose  name  roughly  translates  as  "Western  education  is  forbidden".    The  BBC  said  Boko  Haram  had  contacted  it  to  take  responsibility  for  the  attack.  However,  such  claims  are  hard  to  verify  because  the  sect  has  an  ill-­‐defined  command  structure  and  many  people  say  they  speak  on  its  behalf.  The  police  and  government  have  yet  to  say  who  was  behind  the  attack.    Shoe  factory  fire  kills  17  in  Vietnam    A  fire  at  a  Vietnamese  shoe  factory  killed  17  people  and  seriously  injured  21  others  in  the  northern  port  city  of  Hai  Phong,  state-­‐controlled  media  reported  Saturday.    Thanh  Nien  newspaper  quoted  Bui  Thi  Them,  one  of  the  survivors,  as  saying  the  fire  broke  out  Friday  afternoon  when  welding  sparks  ignited  roofing  insulation.  The  welder  was  installing  a  lightening  rod  on  the  factory’s  tin  roof  in  preparation  for  a  tropical  storm  that  is  expected  to  hit  northern  Vietnam  later  Saturday.    The  insulation  fell  to  the  factory  floor  in  a  fireball,  blocking  the  150-­‐square-­‐yard  (meter)  workshop’s  only  entrance  before  quickly  engulfing  piles  of  shoemaking  materials,  it  said.    “The  fireball  blocked  the  factory’s  main  entrance  and  there  is  no  exit  on  the  back,”  Them  told  the  paper.  “Many  people  in  the  middle  of  the  factory  which  was  engulfed  with  fire  and  smoke  could  not  escape  and  were  burned  to  death.”           Mortality  Rates   7.68  fatalities  per  day   53.31  fatalities  per  week   233.25  fatalities  per  month     Incident  /  Fatalities   1192  Incidents   1866  Fatalities    www.achievablesolutions.com.au   grant@achievablesolutions.com.au   0438  010  730   Page  3  of  226    
  4. 4. 2011 – Global Fatality Statistics © 31-Aug-11  Vietnam  Television  reported  that  13  people  were  killed  of  burns  and  suffocation  Friday  and  four  others  who  were  seriously  burned  died  Saturday  morning.    Eight  other  people  who  were  in  critical  condition  were  transferred  to  a  hospital  in  capital,  Hanoi,  it  said.    The  newspaper  reported  Saturday  that  police  have  detained  six  people,  including  the  Vietnamese  owner  of  the  factory,  her  Chinese  husband  and  the  welder,  for  questioning.    Tuoi  Tre  newspaper  said  six  workers  managed  to  escape  unhurt.    It  said  the  factory  has  been  in  operation  for  nearly  a  month.       STATISTICS   Incidents" 2011"Monthly"Incidents"&"FataliHes" FataliHes" 400" 352" 350" 300" 287" 244" 250" 232" Total&#& 227" 192" 191" 200" 167" 167" 166" 153" 156" 149" 150" 136" 122" 117" 100" 50" 0" 0" 0" 0" 0" Jan" Feb" Mar" Apr" May" Jun" Jul" Aug" Sep" Oct" Nov" Dec" Month&                   Mortality  Rates   7.68  fatalities  per  day   53.31  fatalities  per  week   233.25  fatalities  per  month     Incident  /  Fatalities   1192  Incidents   1866  Fatalities    www.achievablesolutions.com.au   grant@achievablesolutions.com.au   0438  010  730   Page  4  of  226    
  5. 5. 2011 – Global Fatality Statistics © 31-Aug-11   Mechanism*of** Fatality* Vehicle,Accident, 4%, Burn, Caught,between, 0%, 4%, Asphyxia)on, Unknown, A/ack, 4%, 4%, 3%, Struck,By, 11%, Stabbing, 0%, Shoo)ng, 3%, Crushed,By, Heart,A/ack, 20%, Fire, 0%, 5%, Fall, 10%, Electrocu)on, 4%, Drowning, Explosion, 3%, 22%, Exposure, Entanglement, 0%, 3%,   FatalityIndustries Agriculture* 4%* U1li1es* Telecommunica1on* 2%* 1%* Zoological* Warehousing* 0%* Auto* Cleaning* Transport* Unknown* 2%* Avia1on* 1%* 4%* 0%* 1%* Chemical* Shipping* 2%* Ship*Building* Tourism* 0%* 1%* 1%* Construc1on* 0%* 17%* Security* 0%* Rail* Recycling* Retail* Demoli1on* 1%* 1%* 3%* 0%* Prin1ng* Pharmaceu1cal* 0%* 0%* Diving* Drilling* 0%* 0%* Oil*&*Gas* 3%* Educa1on* 0%* Emergency* Services* Fisheries* 1%* Government* 4%* 0%* Mining* Forestry* 16%* 1%* Health*Industry* 0%* Hospitality* 1%* Military* 2%* Law*Enforcement* Infrastructure* 2%* 5%* Mari1me* 0%* Maintenance* 5%* Manufacturing* 17%*         Mortality  Rates   7.68  fatalities  per  day   53.31  fatalities  per  week   233.25  fatalities  per  month     Incident  /  Fatalities   1192  Incidents   1866  Fatalities    www.achievablesolutions.com.au   grant@achievablesolutions.com.au   0438  010  730   Page  5  of  226    
  6. 6. 2011 – Global Fatality Statistics © 31-Aug-11     10&&Highest&Fatality&Industries& 350.00# 317.00& 314.00& 300.00& 300.00# 250.00# 200.00# 150.00# 99.00& 87.00& 83.00& 100.00# 78.00& 77.00& 58.00& 55.00& 50.00# 0.00# Construc0on# Manufacturing# Mining# Infrastructure# Maintenance# Agriculture# Government# Transport# Retail# Oil#&#Gas#       10%%Highest%Mechanism%of%Fatality% 450.00# 408.00% 400.00# 364.00% 350.00# 300.00# 250.00# 211.00% 193.00% 200.00# 150.00# 93.00% 83.00% 81.00% 100.00# 73.00% 69.00% 68.00% 50.00# 0.00# Explosion# Crushed#By# Struck#By# Fall# Fire# Vehicle#Accident# Caught#between# AsphyxiaDon# ElectrocuDon# Unknown#           Mortality  Rates   7.68  fatalities  per  day   53.31  fatalities  per  week   233.25  fatalities  per  month     Incident  /  Fatalities   1192  Incidents   1866  Fatalities    www.achievablesolutions.com.au   grant@achievablesolutions.com.au   0438  010  730   Page  6  of  226    
  7. 7. 2011 – Global Fatality Statistics © 31-Aug-11   FIVE HIGHEST FATALITY INDUSTRY DETAILS   Construc4on$ 140.00# 127.00$ 120.00# 100.00# 92.00$ 80.00# 60.00# 43.00$ 40.00# 18.00$ 20.00# 10.00$ 6.00$ 8.00$ 4.00$ 2.00$ 4.00$ 1.00$ 1.00$ 1.00$ 0.00# Explosion# Crushed#By# Struck#By# Fall# Vehicle# Caught# AsphyxiaDon# ElectrocuDon# Unknown# Drowning# Entanglement# Stabbing# Exposure# Accident# between#   Manufacturing% 120.00# 106.00% 100.00# 80.00# 56.00% 60.00# 40.00# 26.00% 20.00% 18.00% 16.00% 16.00% 16.00% 17.00% 20.00# 8.00% 4.00% 5.00% 3.00% 1.00% 1.00% 1.00% 0.00# n# e# # n# n# # g# # # # n# # ll# # y# # t t rn ng re on By ck en en Dn Fa #B Fir io ee w Do su Bu a bi d# D o ck os id m AF w oo xi a cu ab po kn he cc ru le pl et tro Sh Un hy St us Ex ng Ex #A St #b Cr p cle ec ht ta As ug En El   hi Ve Ca             Mortality  Rates   7.68  fatalities  per  day   53.31  fatalities  per  week   233.25  fatalities  per  month     Incident  /  Fatalities   1192  Incidents   1866  Fatalities    www.achievablesolutions.com.au   grant@achievablesolutions.com.au   0438  010  730   Page  7  of  226    
  8. 8. 2011 – Global Fatality Statistics © 31-Aug-11   Mining% 120.00# 104.00% 98.00% 100.00# 80.00# 60.00# 40.00# 34.00% 20.00# 11.00% 13.00% 13.00% 10.00% 6.00% 3.00% 1.00% 3.00% 1.00% 3.00% 0.00# Explosion# Crushed#By# Struck#By# Fall# Fire# Vehicle# Caught# AsphyxiaDon# ElectrocuDon# Unknown# Drowning# AGack# Entanglement# Accident# between#   Infrastructure% 30.00# 27.00% 26.00% 25.00# 20.00# 15.00# 10.00% 10.00# 7.00% 7.00% 7.00% 4.00% 5.00# 3.00% 3.00% 2.00% 1.00% 1.00% 1.00% 0.00# Explosion# Crushed#By# Struck#By# Fall# Vehicle# Caught# AsphyxiaCon# ElectrocuCon# Unknown# Drowning# AFack# Entanglement# ShooCng# Accident# between#   Maintenance$ 25.00# 22.00$ 20.00$ 20.00# 15.00$ 15.00# 10.00# 8.00$ 7.00$ 5.00$ 5.00# 3.00$ 2.00$ 2.00$ 1.00$ 1.00$ 1.00$ 0.00# Explosion# Crushed#By# Struck#By# Fall# Fire# Caught# AsphyxiaAon# ElectrocuAon# Unknown# Drowning# Burn# Stabbing# between#         Mortality  Rates   7.68  fatalities  per  day   53.31  fatalities  per  week   233.25  fatalities  per  month     Incident  /  Fatalities   1192  Incidents   1866  Fatalities    www.achievablesolutions.com.au   grant@achievablesolutions.com.au   0438  010  730   Page  8  of  226    

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