The Survey provides estimates of the number and frequency (incidence rates) of workplace injuries and illnesses based on logs kept by employers during the year. These records reflect not only the year’s injury and illness experience, but also the employer’s understanding of which cases are work-related under Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Recordkeeping regulation (27CFR 1901), U. S. Department of Labor and made effective on January 1, 2002.
|Nonfatal Occupational Injuries and Illnesses Data by Industry|
|YEAR||Incidence rates||Case counts|
|2022||(XLSX) 2022 Incidence rates||(XLSX) 2022 Case counts|
|2021||(XLSX) 2021 Incidence rates||(XLSX) 2021 Case counts|
|2020||(XLSX) 2020 Incidence rates||(XLSX) 2020 Case counts|
|2019||(XLSX) 2019 Incidence rates||(XLSX) 2019 Case counts|
|2018||(XLSX) 2018 Incidence rates||(XLSX) 2018 Case counts|
|2017||(XLSX) 2017 Incidence rates||(XLSX) 2017 Case counts|
Characteristics of Workplace Injuries in Hawaii
Please contact DBEDT Labor Research Branch at (808) 586-9001 with additional workplace injury or illness questions.