GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

Workplace Injury Statistics [Latest Report]

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"In 2019, there were approximately 2.8 million nonfatal workplace injuries and illnesses reported in the United States."

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"In 2019, the incidence rate for total recordable workplace injury cases was 2.8 per 100 full-time equivalent workers."

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"In 2019, the total cost of workplace injuries and illnesses in the United States was estimated to be $171 billion."

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"The most common causes of workplace injury in the United States are overexertion, contact with objects and equipment, and slips, trips, and falls."

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"In 2019, nearly one-third (30%) of nonfatal workplace injuries resulted in time away from work."

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"In the United States, the median number of days away from work due to workplace injury was 8 in 2019."

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"Employees aged 45-54 years had the highest number of nonfatal workplace injuries in 2019, with a total of 309,570 cases."

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"In 2019, workers with less than one year of service experienced 341,180 nonfatal workplace injuries in the United States."

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"In 2019, males accounted for 61.1% of nonfatal workplace injuries and illnesses that resulted in days away from work."

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"In Great Britain, there were 693,000 nonfatal workplace injuries reported in 2019/20."

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"In the European Union, approximately 3,100 workers died in accidents at work in 2018."

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"In the United States, sprains, strains, and tears were the leading types of nonfatal workplace injury in 2019, accounting for 384,260 cases."

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"In 2019, 613,000 workers in Great Britain reported an injury that occurred in the workplace."

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"In 2019, over 50% of nonfatal workplace injuries in the United States involved days away from work, job transfer, or restriction."

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