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					Table 637. Industries With the Highest Non-fatal Occupational Injury and Illness
 Total Case Incidence Rates for Nonfatal Injuries and Illnesses: 2005

{See notes]


                                                            2002
                     INDUSTRY                             NAICS \1         Number        Rate
                                                            Code          (1,000)

    Private industry \2                              (X)                   4,214.2        4.6
Beet sugar manufacturing                             311313                    1.1       18.3
Light truck and utility vehicle manufacturing        336112                   12.7       17.8
Iron foundries                                       331511                   11.2       17.1
Truck trailer manufacturing                          336212                    6.1       16.8
Prefabricated wood building manufacturing            321992                    3.5       14.3
Travel trailer and camper manufacturing              336214                    6.1       14.1
Flat glass manufacturing                             327211                    1.8       13.6
Framing contractors                                  23813                    18.9       13.4
Truss manufacturing                                  321214                    6.7       13.3
Aluminum foundries (except die-casting)              331524                    2.9       13.3
Iron and steel forging                               332111                    3.8       13.3
Heavy duty truck manufacturing                       33612                     4.8       13.1
Manufactured home (mobile home) manufacturing        321991                    5.9       12.9
Animal (except poultry) slaughtering                 311611                   19.7       12.6
Couriers                                             4921                     47.0       12.4
Aluminum die-casting foundries                       331521                    3.4       12.1
Boat building                                        336612                    7.1       12.1
Hog and pig farming \2                               1122                      2.2       12.0
Cut stone and stone product manufacturing            327991                    3.1       11.8
Steel wire drawing                                   331222                    1.1       11.5
Glass container manufacturing                        327213                    2.0       11.3
Amusement parks and arcades                          7131                     12.4       11.3
Secondary smelting and alloying of aluminum          331314                    0.8       11.2
Ship building and repairing                          336611                   10.4       10.9
Glass and glazing contractors                        2381                      5.6       10.7


Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Workplace Injuries and Illnesses in 2005.
See Internet site <http://www.bls.gov/iif/>.




                                                                             5/15/2012
Table 637. Industries With the Highest Non-fatal Occupational Injury and Illne
 Total Case Incidence Rates for Nonfatal Injuries and Illnesses: 2005

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HEADNOTE
[4,214.2 represents 4,214,200.]
Rates per 100 full-time employees.
Industries shown were those having at least 500 cases and among the 25 highest
incidence rates of total cases of injuries and illnesses at the
detailed level of rate calculation and publication based on the North American
Industry Classification System--United States, 2002.
Numbers and rates refer to any Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OS
occupational injury or illness, whether or not it resulted in days away from w
transfer or restriction. Incidence rates were calculated as: Number of injurie
divided by total hours worked by all employees during the year
multiplied by 200,000 as base for 100 full-time equivalent
workers (working 40 hours per week, 50 weeks per year)]

SYMBOL
X Not applicable

FOOTNOTES
\1 Based on the North American Industry Classification System, 2002 (NAICS).
See text, this section.
\2 Excludes farms with fewer than 11 employees.

Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Workplace Injuries and Illnesses in 2
See Internet site <http://www.bls.gov/iif/>.

For more information
http://www.bls.gov/iif/
onal Injury and Illness
nesses: 2005




 among the 25 highest

on the North American

th Administration (OSHA)-recordable
d in days away from work, job
as: Number of injuries and illnesses




stem, 2002 (NAICS).



es and Illnesses in 2005.
Industries With the Highest Non-fatal Occupational Injury and Illness
 Total Case Incidence Rates for Nonfatal Injuries and Illnesses: 2004

[4,257.3 represents 4,257,300.]
Rates per 100 full-time employees.
Industries shown were those having at least 500 cases and among the 25 highest
incidence rates of total cases of injuries and illnesses at the
detailed level of rate calculation and publication based on the North American
Industry Classification System--United States, 2002.
Numbers and rates refer to any Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OS
occupational injury or illness, whether or not it resulted in days away from w
transfer or restriction. Incidence rates were calculated as: Number of injurie
divided by total hours worked by all employees during the year
multiplied by 200,000 as base for 100 full-time equivalent
workers (working 40 hours per week, 50 weeks per year).
Historical data, which are not comparable to
these data, are available in table 651 on the 2004-2005 Statistical Abstract C



                       INDUSTRY



    Private industry \2
Iron foundries
Steel foundries (except investment)
Hog and pig farming \2
Light truck and utility vehicle manufacturing
Manufactured home (mobile home) manufacturing
Truss manufacturing
Amusement parks and arcades
Motor vehicle air-conditioning manufacturing
Ship building and repairing
Animal (except poultry) slaughtering
Aluminum foundries (except die-casting)
Cut stock, resawing lumber, and planing
Couriers
Copper rolling, drawing, and extruding
Travel trailer and camper manufacturing
Truck trailer manufacturing
Iron and steel pipe and tube manufacturing
 from purchased steel
Motor vehicle metal stamping
Boat building
Other concrete product manufacturing
Sugarcane mills
Motor vehicle body manufacturing
Fluid power cylinder and actuator manufacturing
Iron and steel forging


SYMBOL
X Not applicable

FOOTNOTES
\1 Based on the North American Industry Classification System, 2002 (NAICS).
See text, this section.
\2 Excludes farms with fewer than 11 employees.

Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Workplace Injuries and Illnesses in 2
See Internet site <http://www.bls.gov/iif/>.
nal Injury and Illness
es and Illnesses: 2004



 cases and among the 25 highest
illnesses at the
ion based on the North American

ety & Health Administration (OSHA)-recordable
it resulted in days away from work, job
alculated as: Number of injuries and illnesses
during the year
 equivalent


004-2005 Statistical Abstract CD-ROM.


               2002
             NAICS \1          Number            Rate
               Code           (1,000)


        (X)                       4,257.3     4.8
        331511                       11.3    17.0
        331513                        3.3    17.0
        1122                          2.7    16.9
        336112                       12.2    16.3
        321991                        6.8    15.4
        321214                        6.6    14.3
        7131                         16.6    14.1
        336391                        1.9    13.9
        336611                       12.8    13.5
        311611                       20.6    13.3
        331524                        3.0    13.2
        321912                        2.5    13.1
        4921                         50.4    13.1
        331421                        2.1    13.0
        336214                        5.5    12.6
        336212                        4.1    12.4

        33121                         3.3    12.1
        33637                        12.7    12.1
        336612                        6.5    11.9
        32739                         6.9    11.7
        311311                        0.6   11.6
        336211                        8.0   11.6
        333995                        2.0   11.5
        332111                        3.1   11.3




ication System, 2002 (NAICS).



ace Injuries and Illnesses in 2004.
Industries With the Highest Total Case Incidence Rates
 for Nonfatal Injuries and Illnesses: 2003

[4,365.2 represents 4,365,200.
Rates per 100 full-time employees.
Industries shown were those having at least 500 cases and among the 20 highest
incidence rates of total cases of injuries and illnesses at the
detailed level of rate calculation and publication based on the North American
Industry Classification System--United States, 2002.
Rates refer to any OSHA-recordable occupational injury or illness,
whether or not it resulted in days away from work, job transfer, or restrictio
Incidence rates were calculated as: Number of injuries and illnesses
divided by total hours worked by all employees during the year
multiplied by 200,000 as base for 100 full-time equivalent
workers (working 40 hours per week, 50 weeks per year).
Historical data, which are not comparable to
these data, are available in table 651 on the 2003 Statistical Abstract CD-ROM




                          INDUSTRY



    Private industry \2

Light truck and utility vehicle manufacturing
Bottled water manufacturing
Iron foundries
Steel foundries, except investment
Manufactured home, mobile home, manufacturing

Truss manufacturing
Iron and steel forging
Cutlery and flatware, except precious, manufacturing
Motor home manufacturing
Vitreous china plumbing fixture manufacturing

Soft drink manufacturing
Truck trailer manufacturing
Automobile manufacturing
Refrigerated warehousing and storage
Animal, except poultry, slaughtering

Couriers
Sugarcane mills
Fabricated structural metal manufacturing
Motor vehicle metal stamping
Amusement parks and arcades

Framing contractors
Aluminum die-casting foundries
Scheduled air transportation
Ship building and repairing
Rendering and meat by-product processing

Other metal valve and pipe fitting manufacturing
Wood window and door manufacturing
Other fabricated wire product manufacturing
Industrial and commercial fan and blower manufacturing
Meat processed from carcasses

Enameled iron and metal sanitary ware manufacturing
Overhead traveling crane, hoist, and monorail system manufacturing
Prefabricated wood building manufacturing
Ornamental and architectural metal work manufacturing
Metal household furniture manufacturing

Beer, wine, and distilled alcoholic beverage merchant wholesalers
Cut stock, resawing lumber, and planing
All other converted paper product manufacturing
Aluminum foundries (except die-casting)
Steel investment foundries


SYMBOL
X Not applicable.

FOOTNOTES
\1 Based on the North American Industry Classification System, 2002 (NAICS).
See text, this section.
\2 Excludes farms with fewer than 11 employees.

Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Workplace Injuries and Illnesses in 2
See Internet site <http://www.bls.gov/iif/>
and among the 20 highest
es at the
ed on the North American

 or illness,
 transfer, or restriction.
 and illnesses




tistical Abstract CD-ROM.



               2002
             NAICS \1             Number    Rate
               Code            (1,000)


                         (X)      4,365.2      5.0

                   336112            14.3     18.0
                   312112             2.9     16.7
                   331511            10.3     16.0
                   331513             2.4     15.2
                   321991             6.3     14.9

                   321214             6.3     14.7
                   332111             3.7     14.7
                   332211             1.4     14.6
                   336213             2.7     14.0
                   327111             1.2     13.9

                   312111            11.4     13.8
                   336212             4.1     13.6
                   336111            20.6     13.3
                    49312             5.4     13.1
                   311611            21.2     12.9

                        4921         49.8     12.8
                   311311       0.8   12.7
                   332312      11.0   12.3
                    33637      12.3   12.2
                     7131      12.1   12.2

                    23813      13.6   12.0
                   331521       3.7   11.7
                     4811      46.3   11.7
                   336611      10.5   11.5
                   311613       1.0   11.4

                   332919       2.5   11.4
                   321911       7.8   11.3
                   332618       5.4   11.3
                   333412       1.2   11.3
                   311612      12.3   11.2

                   332998       1.5   11.2
                   333923       1.3   11.2
                   321992       2.5   11.1
                   332323       4.1   11.1
                   337124       1.1   11.1

                     4248      14.7   10.9
                   321912       2.0   10.7
                   322299       2.0   10.7
                   331524       2.2   10.7
                   331512       1.2   10.6




 System, 2002 (NAICS).



uries and Illnesses in 2003.

				
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