Welcome to Connecticutís Occupational Safety and Healthís (CONN-OSHA) statistics
unit. CONN-OSHA collects data on workplace injuries, illnesses, and fatalities
occurring in both public and private sectors. We also provide training on OSHA
Injuries & Illnesses, non-fatal
Detailed information on work-related
injuries and illnesses are collected and published each year. The tables
below are only a sampling of our data. If you canít find the information
youíre looking for, please contact our office.
Connecticut loses an average of 40 workers each year to workplace
injuries. Most of these deaths are due to transportation accidents,
homicides, and falls. We provide data on these fatal injuries from 1992
Ė 2009. Data on work-related illnesses are also collected. However, data
on fatal illnesses is not published because it is difficult to link an
illness to a specific employer or work environment.
CONN-OSHA provides training and instructional materials on OSHA
Recordkeeping. Most training sessions are at the Connecticut Department
of Laborís main office in Wethersfield. Upon request, we will provide
in-house training at your establishment.
Please direct your
questions or requests to:
January 20, 2016