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CONN-OSHA Statistics
Non-Fatal Injury and Illness Data for 2009

CONN-OSHA Statistics participates in a national, mandatory survey of occupational injuries and illnesses. Data is collected from approximately 4,500 Connecticut establishments – private and public sector - each year. A list of tables and charts of data are listed below; additional data is available upon request.

Text Box: Nature of Injury or Illness

Did you know …
  • A total of 60,200 injuries and illnesses were reported in Connecticut in 2009, for a rate of 4.6 cases per 100 full-time workers.
     
  • Injuries and illnesses requiring days away from work, job transfer, or restriction are referred to as DART cases. In 2009, Connecticut had 32,800 DART cases with a rate of 2.5 per 100 full-time workers.
     
  • The public sector accounted for 11,900 of Connecticut’s 60,200 work-related injuries and illnesses (20%) while providing 13% of the employment.
Connecticut DART Rates per 100 full time workers

Connecticut Nonfatal Occupational Injuries and Illnesses - 2009:

  • Table 1 - Incidence Rates by Industry and Case Types
  • Table 2 - Numbers By Industry And Case Types
  • Table 3 - Incidence Rates By Sector And Employment Size
  • Table 4 - Incidence Rates And Numbers Of Illnesses By Industry And Category
  • Table 5 - Incidence Rates By Sector And Case Types 2007 – 2009
  • Table 6 - Private Industry Incidence Rates And Numbers By State
  • Percent Relative Standard Errors
    • Table 7 - For Rates By Industry And Case Types
    • Table 8 - For Numbers By Industry And Case Types
  • Number Of Days Away From Work Cases
    • Table 9 - By Selected Worker Characteristics And Industry Sector
    • Table 10 - By Selected Worker Occupations And Industry Sector
    • Table 11 - By Selected Injury Or Illness Characteristics And Industry Sector
  • Percent Distribution Of Days Away From Work Cases

    • Table 12 - By Selected Worker Characteristics And Industry Sector

    • Table 13 - By Selected Injury Or Illness Characteristics And Industry Sector

    • Table 14 - By Worker Characteristics And Number Of Days Away From Work - Private Industry

    • Table 15 - By Selected Injury Or Illness Characteristics And Number Of Days Away From Work - Private Industry

    • Table 16 - By Selected Occupations And Number Of Days Away From Work - Private Industry

Data For Previous Years
 

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U.S. Data

National data may be viewed at http://www.bls.gov/iif/home.htm

Safety and Health Statistics

Last Updated: July 07, 2015


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