Fatal Workplace Injuries - Chris Mee Group | CMSE

Fatal Workplace Injuries

Figures released by the HSA have shown that the number of fatal workplace injuries is at its lowest since 2009. The figures to date show that the main area of concern is once again the Agricultural sector, with the Construction industry showing a slight increase on the number of deaths also, comparesd to the previous two years. Transportation and Storage is at its lowest fatality rate in a number of years, which is great news for that sector.

Here is a look at the breakdown of fatal workplace injuries in Ireland for 2012 so far (figures correct up to 17/12/12).

Economic sector

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

A-Agriculture,forestry and fishing

Crop and animal production,hunting and related service activities2010222220
Forestry and logging11300
Fishing and aquaculture12457
B-Mining and quarrying12010
C-Manufacturing71220
D-Electricity; gas, steam and air conditioning supply00000
E-Water supply, sewerage, waste management and remediation activities20233
F-Construction1510668
G-Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and personal goods32424
H-Transportation and storage36371
I-Accommodation and food service activities01010
J-Information and communication00001
K-Financial and insurance activities00000
L-Real estate activities00000
M-Professional, scientific and technical activities11020
N-Administrative and support service activities01000
O-Public administration and defence; compulsory social security02011
P-Education02000
Q-Human health and social work activities01110
R-Arts, entertainment and recreation10110
S-Other service activities21000
Total5743485445

These figures were taken from the HSA website, www.hsa.ie

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