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Health Statistics > Occupational Fatality Rate (most recent) by state

DEFINITION: Number of Occupational Fatalities per 100,000 Workers, 2002
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Rank   States  Amount 
# 1     Alaska: 14.7  
# 2     Wyoming: 13.3  
# 3     Montana: 13  
# 4     South Dakota: 9.9  
# 5     Nebraska: 9.5  
= 6     New Mexico: 8.6  
= 6     Mississippi: 8.6  
# 8     Kentucky: 8.5  
# 9     North Dakota: 8  
# 10     Arkansas: 7.1  
# 11     Idaho: 6.9  
# 12     Kansas: 6.8  
# 13     Missouri: 6.6  
# 14     Oklahoma: 6.5  
# 15     South Carolina: 6.1  
# 16     West Virginia: 5.9  
# 17     Colorado: 5.8  
= 18     Alabama: 5.6  
= 18     Louisiana: 5.6  
# 20     Tennessee: 5.3  
# 21     Georgia: 5.2  
# 22     Maine: 5.1  
= 23     Florida: 5  
= 23     Utah: 5  
# 25     Indiana: 4.8  
# 26     North Carolina: 4.6  
= 27     Arizona: 4.5  
= 27     Texas: 4.5  
# 29     Hawaii: 4.4  
# 30     Nevada: 4.3  
= 31     Maryland: 4.2  
= 31     Virginia: 4.2  
# 33     Oregon: 4.1  
# 34     Iowa: 4  
# 35     Ohio: 3.8  
# 36     Vermont: 3.7  
# 37     Michigan: 3.5  
= 38     Pennsylvania: 3.4  
= 38     Wisconsin: 3.4  
= 40     California: 3.3  
= 40     Illinois: 3.3  
= 40     New Jersey: 3.3  
# 43     Washington: 3.2  
= 44     Minnesota: 3.1  
= 44     New Hampshire: 3.1  
# 46     New York: 2.9  
# 47     Delaware: 2.7  
# 48     Connecticut: 2.4  
# 49     Rhode Island: 1.7  
# 50     Massachusetts: 1.4  
# 51     District of Columbia: 1.3  
Weighted average: 5.4  

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"Occupational Fatality Rate by state", statehealthfacts.org . Retrieved from http://www.StateMaster.com/graph/hea_occ_fat_rat-health-occupational-fatality-rate

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COMMENTARY     

Kristine
15th November 2010
What year of data is this; what does "most recent" mean? What is the numerator and denominator used to calculate the fatality rates for each state? Was the denominator the "number of employed persons over the age of 16" for each state"?
Kristine
15th November 2010
In the title it says that this is "most recent"; what do you mena? Is it a calendar year,fiscal year, or quarterly data? How were the rates calculated...what was the numerator and denominator? Was the denominator something like the number of employed persons over the age of sixteen in each state?
Kristine
15th November 2010
In the title it says that this is "most recent"; what do you mena? Is it a calendar year,fiscal year, or quarterly data?
How were the rates calculated...what was the numerator and denominator? Was the denominator something like the number of employed persons over the age of sixteen in each state?
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