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2012 Workplace Fatalities

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A summary of the 2012 Workplace Fatality Data released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics on April 24, 2014.

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2012 Workplace Fatalities

  1. 1. 2012 Workplace Fatalities Bureau of Labor Statistics April 24, 2014 Release
  2. 2. 0 5 10 15 20 25 Construction Transportationand… Agriculture,Forestry,… Government Professionaland… Manufacturing RetailTrade LeisureandHospitality WholesaleTrade OtherServices Mining,Quarrying,Oil… Educationaland… FinancialActivities Information Utilities Fatal Work Injury Rate Per 100,000 Full- Time Equivalent Workers Fatal Work Injury Rate per 100,000 full-time equivalent workers
  3. 3. Number of Fatal Injuries in 2012 Construction Transportation and Warehousing Agriculture, Forestry, Fishi ng and Hunting Government Professional and Business Services Manufacturing
  4. 4. Industry Sector Number of Fatal Injuries in % of Total Construction 806 17.43% Transportation and Warehousing 741 16.02% Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting 509 11.01% Government 453 9.79% Professional and Business Services 409 8.84% Manufacturing 327 7.07% Retail Trade 273 5.90% Leisure and Hospitality 232 5.02% Wholesale Trade 204 4.41% Other Services 199 4.30% Mining, Quarrying, Oil & Gas Extraction 181 3.91% Educational and Health Services 141 3.05% Financial Activities 85 1.84% Information 42 0.91% Utilities 23 0.50% Total 4625 100.00% 2012 Fatality Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics
  5. 5. Sources • Bureau of Labor Statistics

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