We must understand why, when and how workplace injuries and fatalities happen. Then, we can target the problem areas and initiate solutions to lower the number of workplace accidents.
Most injury incidents in 2017 occured:
- During the Noon hour
- On Males
- On Wednesdays
- In August
- In 20-29 Age Group
- In St. Louis County
|Workplace Accident||Total for 2017||Highest Ranking Industry|
|Fatalities||118||Transportation and Warehousing|
|Injury Incidents||99,743||Health Care and Social Assistance|
|Lost Time Injuries||8,246||Manufacturing|
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