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Table 5. Fatal occupational injuries by state and event or exposure, 2012-2013


     Table 5.  Fatal occupational injuries by state and event or exposure, 2012-2013
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                               |Total fatal injuries(1)|                          Event or exposure(4)                         
                               |                       |                                  2013                                 
                               |_______________________|_______________________________________________________________________
                               |           |           |           |           |           |           |           |           
          State of injury      |           |           |  Violence |           |           |           |Exposure to|           
                               |           |           | and other | Transpor- |           |   Falls,  |  harmful  |  Contact  
                               |  2012(2)  |  2013(3)p |injuires by|   tation  | Fires and |   slips,  | substances|    with   
                               | (revised) |           | persons or|incidents(-| explosions|   trips   |     or    |objects and
                               |           |           | animals(5)|     6)    |           |           |  environ- | equipment 
                               |           |           |           |           |           |           |   ments   |           
     __________________________|___________|___________|___________|___________|___________|___________|___________|___________
                               |           |           |           |           |           |           |           |           
       Total...................|   4,628   |   4,405   |     753   |   1,740   |     148   |     699   |     330   |     717   
                               |           |           |           |           |           |           |           |           
     Alabama...................|      84   |      66   |      11   |      32   |     –     |      10   |       4   |       8   
     Alaska....................|      31   |      32   |       6   |      19   |     –     |     –     |       3   |     –     
     Arizona...................|      60   |      90   |      25   |      22   |      19   |      11   |       5   |       8   
     Arkansas..................|      63   |      62   |       2   |      28   |       3   |      11   |       8   |      10   
     California................|     375   |     385   |      76   |     133   |      10   |      63   |      38   |      64   
     Colorado..................|      82   |      65   |      11   |      28   |     –     |       9   |       9   |       7   
     Connecticut...............|      36   |      26   |       7   |       7   |     –     |       6   |     –     |       5   
     Delaware..................|      14   |      11   |     –     |       3   |     –     |       3   |     –     |       2   
     District of Columbia......|      11   |      24   |      19   |     –     |       1   |     –     |     –     |     –     
     Florida...................|     218   |     234   |      47   |      84   |     –     |      56   |      19   |      26   
     Georgia...................|     101   |      70   |      10   |      24   |     –     |      14   |       3   |      17   
     Hawaii....................|      20   |      11   |     –     |       4   |     –     |       4   |     –     |     –     
     Idaho.....................|      19   |      29   |     –     |      14   |     –     |       5   |       3   |       5   
     Illinois..................|     146   |     172   |      32   |      63   |       6   |      21   |      14   |      35   
     Indiana...................|     115   |     123   |      26   |      58   |       3   |       9   |      10   |      16   
     Iowa......................|      97   |      71   |       4   |      28   |       1   |      13   |       8   |      16   
     Kansas....................|      76   |      54   |       3   |      30   |       3   |       6   |       4   |       8   
     Kentucky..................|      91   |      82   |      12   |      33   |     –     |      13   |       9   |      13   
     Louisiana.................|     116   |     114   |      15   |      42   |     –     |      21   |      14   |      17   
     Maine.....................|      19   |      19   |       2   |       6   |     –     |       4   |     –     |       4   
     Maryland..................|      72   |      78   |      17   |      22   |       3   |      17   |       7   |      12   
     Massachusetts.............|      44   |      55   |      20   |      12   |       1   |      11   |       5   |       6   
     Michigan..................|     137   |     133   |      40   |      42   |       2   |      16   |       7   |      25   
     Minnesota.................|      70   |      67   |       6   |      32   |     –     |      11   |       4   |      12   
     Mississippi...............|      63   |      64   |       8   |      32   |       3   |       9   |       3   |       9   
     Missouri..................|      88   |     113   |      23   |      45   |       3   |      18   |       7   |      17   
     Montana...................|      34   |      28   |       5   |      12   |       1   |       4   |     –     |       5   
     Nebraska..................|      48   |      39   |       4   |      21   |     –     |       4   |       1   |       9   
     Nevada....................|      42   |      42   |       7   |      15   |       8   |       6   |     –     |       4   
     New Hampshire.............|      14   |      14   |     –     |       1   |       1   |       4   |     –     |       6   
     New Jersey................|      92   |     101   |      28   |      36   |     –     |      16   |       8   |      11   
     New Mexico................|      39   |      53   |       4   |      34   |     –     |       6   |       3   |       6   
     New York (including       |           |           |           |           |           |           |           |           
        N.Y.C.)................|     202   |     160   |      34   |      49   |       3   |      33   |      11   |      29   
       New York City...........|      76   |      56   |      15   |      11   |     –     |      15   |       6   |       7   
     North Carolina............|     146   |     104   |      20   |      41   |     –     |      11   |       7   |      23   
     North Dakota..............|      65   |      55   |       3   |      31   |       3   |       5   |     –     |      13   
     Ohio......................|     161   |     148   |      23   |      51   |       4   |      33   |       7   |      30   
     Oklahoma..................|      97   |      86   |       5   |      51   |     –     |      12   |       7   |       8   
     Oregon....................|      43   |      49   |       4   |      19   |       1   |       8   |       5   |      12   
     Pennsylvania..............|     194   |     178   |      29   |      70   |       4   |      25   |      19   |      31   
     Rhode Island..............|       8   |      10   |     –     |     –     |     –     |     –     |     –     |       3   
     South Carolina............|      63   |      72   |      14   |      27   |       1   |      13   |       8   |       9   
     South Dakota..............|      31   |      19   |     –     |      12   |     –     |       2   |       1   |       1   
     Tennessee.................|     101   |      93   |      15   |      39   |     –     |      12   |       8   |      18   
     Texas.....................|     536   |     493   |      66   |     213   |      32   |      73   |      31   |      76   
     Utah......................|      39   |      37   |       7   |      11   |     –     |       5   |     –     |      11   
     Vermont...................|      11   |       7   |     –     |       4   |     –     |     –     |     –     |     –     
     Virginia..................|     149   |     126   |      27   |      54   |     –     |      21   |       6   |      16   
     Washington................|      67   |      56   |       8   |      23   |     –     |      10   |       3   |      11   
     West Virginia.............|      49   |      60   |       6   |      24   |       7   |       5   |       3   |      15   
     Wisconsin.................|     114   |      96   |      11   |      40   |     –     |      23   |       6   |      15   
     Wyoming...................|      35   |      26   |     –     |      13   |     –     |     –     |     –     |       9   
     __________________________|___________|___________|___________|___________|___________|___________|___________|___________

       1 State totals include other events and exposures, such as bodily reaction, in addition to those shown separately.
       2 Totals for 2012 are revised and final.  Preliminary 2012 data issued August 22, 2013, reported a total of 4,383 fatal
     work injuries for calendar year 2012.  Since then, an additional 245 job-related fatal injuries were identified, bringing
     the total job-related fatal injury count for 2012 to 4,628.  Includes zero fatal injuries that occurred within the
     territorial boundaries of the United States, but a State of incident could not be determined.
       3 Includes three fatal injuries that occurred within the territorial boundaries of the United States, but a State of
     incident could not be determined.
       4 Based on the BLS Occupational Injury and Illness Classification System (OIICS) 2.01 implemented for 2011 data forward.
       5 Includes violence by persons, self-inflicted injuries, and attacks by animals.
       6 Includes highway, nonhighway, air, water, and rail fatal injuries, and fatal injuries resulting from being struck by a
     vehicle.
       p Data for 2013 are preliminary.  Revised and final 2013 data are scheduled to be released in spring 2015.
       Note: Dashes indicate no data reported or data that do not meet publication criteria.  CFOI fatality counts exclude
     illness-related deaths unless precipitated by an injury event.
       Source: U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, in cooperation with state, New York City, District of
     Columbia, and federal agencies, Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries

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Last Modified Date: September 11, 2014
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