Direct costs of 10 most disabling U.S. workplace injuries in 2017

Direct costs of the top 10 most disabling U.S. workplace injuries in 2017 (in billion U.S. dollars)

Direct costs of 10 most disabling U.S. workplace injuries in 2017 This statistic displays the direct costs of the top 10 most disabling U.S. workplace injuries in 2017, in billion U.S. dollars. Falls on same level was the second most disabling cause, responsible for around 19 percent of all workplace injuries in the United States. The direct costs for this type of injury stood at some 11 billion U.S. dollars in 2017.
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Direct costs of the top 10 most disabling U.S. workplace injuries in 2017 (in billion U.S. dollars)

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Costs in billion U.S. dollars
Overexertion involving outside sources13.7
Falls on same level11.2
Falls on lower level5.9
Struck by object or equipment5.3
Other exertions or bodily reactions4.2
Roadway incidents involving motorized land vehicle3.2
Slip or trip without fall2.3
Caught in/compressed by equipment or objects2.1
Struck against object or equipment2
Repetitive motions involving micro-tasks1.5
Costs in billion U.S. dollars
Overexertion involving outside sources13.7
Falls on same level11.2
Falls on lower level5.9
Struck by object or equipment5.3
Other exertions or bodily reactions4.2
Roadway incidents involving motorized land vehicle3.2
Slip or trip without fall2.3
Caught in/compressed by equipment or objects2.1
Struck against object or equipment2
Repetitive motions involving micro-tasks1.5
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This statistic displays the direct costs of the top 10 most disabling U.S. workplace injuries in 2017, in billion U.S. dollars. Falls on same level was the second most disabling cause, responsible for around 19 percent of all workplace injuries in the United States. The direct costs for this type of injury stood at some 11 billion U.S. dollars in 2017.
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Release date
March 2018
Region
United States
Survey time period
2017
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