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    20-133-ATL
    Tuesday, February 25, 2020

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    Fatal Occupational Injuries In Florida – 2018

    Fatal work injuries totaled 332 in 2018 for Florida, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today. Regional Commissioner Janet S. Rankin noted that the number of work-related fatalities in Florida was up from 299 in the previous year. Fatal occupational injuries in the state have ranged from a high of 422 in 2004 to a low of 218 in 2012. (See chart 1.)

    Nationwide, a total of 5,250 fatal work injuries were recorded in 2018, up from the 5,147 fatal injuries in 2017, according to the results from the Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries (CFOI) program.

    Type of incident

    In Florida, transportation incidents resulted in 117 fatal work injuries and falls, slips,?and trips accounted for 82 fatalities. These two major categories accounted for 60 percent of all workplace fatalities in Florida. (See table 1.) Worker fatalities from transportation incidents were up from 107 over the year and worker deaths from falls, slips,?and trips were up from 62.

    Exposure to harmful substances or environments was the third-most frequent fatal work event with 56 fatalities, up from 48 in the prior year. Contact with objects and equipment had 37 worker-related deaths compared to 31 in 2017.

    Nationally, transportation incidents were the most frequent fatal workplace event in 2018, accounting for 40 percent of fatal work injuries. (See chart 2.) Violence and other injuries by persons or animals was the second-most common fatal event (16 percent), followed by falls, slips,?and?trips (15 percent) and contact with objects and equipment (15 percent).

    Industry

    The private construction sector had the largest number of fatalities in Florida with 101, up from 75 from the previous year. (See table 2.) The specialty trade contractors industry subsector accounted for 70, or 69 percent, of the fatal injuries in this industry.

    The private administrative and waste services sector had 49 workplace fatalities compared to 52 in the previous year. Thirty-seven, or 76 percent, of those fatally injured in this sector worked in the services to buildings and dwellings industry group.

    Occupation

    Construction and extraction occupations and transportation and material moving occupations had the highest number of workplace fatalities with 84 and 76, respectively. (See table 3.) Construction laborers accounted for 22 of the 84 workplace fatalities within the construction and extraction group. Heavy and tractor-trailer truck drivers accounted for 48 of the 76 fatalities in the transportation and material moving group.

    Additional highlights

    • Men accounted for 95 percent of the work-related fatalities in Florida, compared to the 92-percent national share. (See table 4.) Transportation incidents made up 36 percent of the fatalities for men in Florida.

    • White non-Hispanics accounted for 54 percent of those who died from a workplace injury. Nationwide, this group accounted for 65 percent of work-related deaths.

    • Workers 25-54 years old accounted for 63 percent of the state’s work-related fatalities in 2018, compared to 58 percent of on-the-job fatalities nationally.

    • Of the 332 fatally-injured workers in Florida, 89 percent worked for wages and salaries; the remainder were self-employed. The most frequent fatal event for wage and salary workers was transportation incidents; transportation incidents and falls, slips,?and?trips were the most frequent fatal events for self-employed workers.


    Technical Note

    Background of the program. The Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries (CFOI), part of the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) Occupational Safety and Health Statistics (OSHS) program, is a count of all fatal work injuries occurring in the U.S. during the calendar year. The CFOI uses a variety of state, federal, and independent data sources to identify, verify, and describe fatal work injuries. This ensures counts are as complete and accurate as possible. For the 2018 national?data, over 24,800 unique source documents were reviewed as part of the data collection process. For technical information and definitions for the CFOI, see the BLS Handbook of Methods on the BLS website at www.digitalmonojit.com/opub/hom/cfoi/home.htm.

    Federal/State agency coverage. The CFOI includes data for all fatal work injuries, some of which may be outside the scope of other agencies or regulatory coverage. Comparisons between CFOI counts and those released by other agencies should account for the different coverage requirements and definitions used by each agency. For more information on the scope of CFOI, see www.digitalmonojit.com/iif/cfoiscope.htm and www.digitalmonojit.com/opub/hom/cfoi/concepts.htm.

    Acknowledgments. BLS appreciates the efforts of all federal, state, local, and private sector entities that provided source documents used to identify fatal work injuries. Among these agencies are the Occupational Safety and Health Administration; the National Transportation Safety Board; the U.S. Coast Guard; the Mine Safety and Health Administration; the Office of Workers’ Compensation Programs (Federal Employees' Compensation and Longshore and Harbor Workers' Compensation divisions); the Federal Railroad Administration; the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration; state vital statistics registrars, coroners, and medical examiners; state departments of health, labor, and industrial relations and workers' compensation agencies; state and local police departments; and state farm bureaus.

    Information in this release will be made available to sensory impaired individuals upon request. Voice phone: (202) 691-5200; Federal Relay Service: (800) 877-8339.

    Table 1. Fatal occupational injuries by event or exposure, Florida, 2017–18
    Event or exposure (1)20172018
    NumberNumberPercent

    Total

    299332100

    Violence and other injuries by persons or animals

    433310

    Intentional injury by person

    423210

    Intentional injury by other person

    34227

    Shooting by other person--intentional

    25196

    Self-inflicted injury--intentional

    8103

    Shooting--intentional self-harm

    441

    Hanging, strangulation, asphyxiation--intentional self-harm

    341

    Transportation incidents

    10711735

    Aircraft incidents

    482

    Pedestrian vehicular incident

    19247

    Water vehicle incidents

    462

    Roadway incidents involving motorized land vehicle

    657021

    Nonroadway incident involving motorized land vehicles

    1082

    Fires and explosions

    772

    Explosions

    772

    Falls, slips, trips

    628225

    Falls on same level

    7113

    Falls to lower level

    536921

    Exposure to harmful substances or environments

    485617

    Exposure to electricity

    19237

    Exposure to temperature extremes

    341

    Exposure to other harmful substances

    21227

    Exposure to oxygen deficiency, n.e.c.

    572

    Contact with objects and equipment

    313711

    Struck by object or equipment

    24268

    Caught in or compressed by equipment or objects

    562

    Struck, caught, or crushed in collapsing structure, equipment, or material

    141

    Overexertion and bodily reaction

    ------

    Footnotes:
    ?(1) Based on the BLS Occupational Injury and Illness Classification System (OIICS) 2.01 implemented for 2011 data forward.

    NOTE: Data for all years are final. Totals for major categories may include subcategories not shown separately. Percentages may not add to totals because of rounding. CFOI fatality counts exclude illness-related deaths unless precipitated by an injury event. Dashes indicate no data reported or data that do not meet publication criteria.


    Table 2. Fatal occupational injuries by industry, Florida, 2017–18
    Industry (1)20172018
    NumberNumberPercent

    Total

    299332100

    Private industry

    28230893

    Goods producing

    10513942

    Natural resources and mining

    13185

    Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting

    13175

    Mining (2)

    --10

    Construction

    7510130

    Construction

    7510130

    Construction of buildings

    772

    Heavy and civil engineering construction

    19227

    Specialty trade contractors

    497021

    Manufacturing

    17206

    Service providing

    17716951

    Trade, transportation, and utilities

    676720

    Wholesale trade

    3134

    Retail trade

    16175

    Transportation and warehousing

    463511

    Truck transportation

    32268

    General freight trucking

    14196

    Specialized freight trucking

    1872

    Information

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    Financial activities

    6113

    Professional and business services

    585316

    Professional and technical services

    641

    Administrative and waste services

    524915

    Administrative and support services

    464313

    Employment services

    131

    Services to buildings and dwellings

    383711

    Landscaping services

    293511

    Educational and health services

    7124

    Educational services

    341

    Health care and social assistance

    482

    Leisure and hospitality

    27155

    Other services, except public administration

    1093

    Government (3)

    17247

    Federal government

    --62

    State government

    341

    Local government

    14144

    Footnotes:
    ?(1) Industry data are based on the North American Industry Classification System, 2012.
    ?(2) Includes fatal injuries at all establishments categorized as Mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction (Sector 21) in the North American Industry Classification System, 2012, including establishments not governed by the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) rules and reporting, such as those in Oil and Gas Extraction.
    ?(3) Includes fatal injuries to workers employed by governmental organizations regardless of industry.

    NOTE: Data for all years are final. Totals for major categories may include subcategories not shown separately. Percentages may not add to totals because of rounding. CFOI fatality counts exclude illness-related deaths unless precipitated by an injury event. Dashes indicate no data reported or data that do not meet publication criteria.


    Table 3. Fatal occupational injuries by occupation, Florida, 2017–18
    Occupation (1)20172018
    NumberNumberPercent

    Total

    299332100

    Management occupations

    1362

    Business and financial operations occupations

    421

    Architecture and engineering occupations

    3----

    Education, training, and library occupations

    --10

    Arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations

    331

    Healthcare practitioners and technical occupations

    --31

    Healthcare support occupations

    --41

    Protective service occupations

    20175

    Law enforcement workers

    593

    Police officers

    572

    Food preparation and serving related occupations

    841

    Building and grounds cleaning and maintenance occupations

    394012

    Grounds maintenance workers

    253210

    Landscaping and groundskeeping workers

    15206

    Tree trimmers and pruners

    9124

    Personal care and service occupations

    441

    Sales and related occupations

    8144

    Office and administrative support occupations

    441

    Farming, fishing, and forestry occupations

    7124

    Agricultural workers

    693

    Construction and extraction occupations

    638425

    Supervisors of construction and extraction workers

    4155

    Construction trades workers

    566219

    Construction laborers

    22227

    Installation, maintenance, and repair occupations

    343811

    Vehicle and mobile equipment mechanics, installers, and repairers

    7144

    Other installation, maintenance, and repair occupations

    20227

    Production occupations

    7103

    Transportation and material moving occupations

    767623

    Air transportation workers

    352

    Motor vehicle operators

    545817

    Driver/sales workers and truck drivers

    495617

    Heavy and tractor-trailer truck drivers

    384814

    Light truck or delivery services drivers

    982

    Material moving workers

    13113

    Military specific occupations (2)

    --52

    Footnotes:
    ?(1) Occupation data are based on the Standard Occupational Classification system, 2010.
    ?(2) Includes fatal injuries to persons identified as resident armed forces regardless of individual occupation listed.

    NOTE: Totals for major categories may include subcategories not shown separately. Percentages may not add to totals because of rounding. CFOI fatality counts exclude illness-related deaths unless precipitated by an injury event. Dashes indicate no data reported or data that do not meet publication criteria.


    Table 4. Fatal occupational injuries by selected demographic characteristics, Florida, 2017–18
    Worker characteristics20172018
    NumberNumberPercent

    Total

    299332100

    Employee status

    Wage and salary workers (1)

    25529489

    Self-employed (2)

    443811

    Gender

    Men

    28331695

    Women

    16165

    Age (3)

    18 to 19 years

    --31

    20 to 24 years

    14124

    25 to 34 years

    535617

    35 to 44 years

    617523

    45 to 54 years

    747924

    55 to 64 years

    616820

    65 years and over

    353912

    Race or ethnic origin (4)

    White, non-Hispanic

    16817854

    Black or African-American, non-Hispanic

    444313

    Hispanic or Latino

    8110431

    Asian, non-Hispanic

    441

    Footnotes:
    ?(1) May include volunteers and workers receiving other types of compensation.
    ?(2) Includes self-employed workers, owners of unincorporated businesses and farms, paid and unpaid family workers, and may include some owners of incorporated businesses or members of partnerships.
    ?(3) Information may not be available for all age groups.
    ?(4) Persons identified as Hispanic or Latino may be of any race. The race categories shown exclude data for Hispanics and Latinos.

    NOTE: Data for all years are final. Totals for major categories may include subcategories not shown separately. Percentages may not add to totals because of rounding. CFOI fatality counts exclude illness-related deaths unless precipitated by an injury event. Dashes indicate no data reported or data that do not meet publication criteria.

     

    Last Modified Date: Tuesday, February 25, 2020

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