Injuries and accidents in the United Kingdom (UK)

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Statista dossier on unintentional injuries and accidents in the United Kingdom (UK)

This dossier includes a range of facts and statistics on unintentional injuries and accidents in the United Kingdom (UK). Included within are chapters on road traffic accidents, work-place related injuries and accidents as well as a chapter on household accidents.

Table of contents

  • 1. Work-related injuries
    • Causes of major non-fatal injuries at work in Great Britain (GB) 2017/18

    • Causes of major non-fatal injuries in agriculture in Great Britain 2017/18

    • Causes of major non-fatal injuries in manufacturing in Great Britain 2017/18

    • Causes of major non-fatal injury in water supply industry in Great Britain 2017/18

    • Causes of major non-fatal injuries in construction in Great Britain 2017/18

    • Rate of self-reported workplace injury in the United Kingdom (UK) 2013-2016

    • Causes of fatal injuries at work in Great Britain (GB) 2016/2017

  • 2. Road traffic accidents
    • Car occupant casualties on roads in Great Britain (GB) 2012-2017

    • Car occupant fatalities on roads in Great Britain (GB) 2012-2017

    • Perceptions of danger when cycling on roads in Great Britain 2011-2017

    • Pedestrians killed or injured in road accidents in Great Britain (UK) 2017

    • Cyclists killed or injured in road accidents in Great Britain 2017

    • Car drivers killed or injured in road accidents in Great Britain (UK) 2017

    • Car passengers killed or injured in road accidents in Great Britain 2017

    • Emergency admissions for road traffic accidents in Scotland in 2017/18, by age

    • Hospital admission rate of injured cyclists involved in RTA in Scotland 2017/18

    • Hospital admission rate of injured motorcyclists in Scotland 2017/18

    • Hospital admission rates of injured car occupants involved in RTA in Scotland 2017/18

  • 3. Accidents in the home
    • Students: household accident risks in the United Kingdom (UK) 2015

    • Young professionals: household accident risks in the United Kingdom (UK) 2015

    • Parents: household accident risks in the United Kingdom (UK) 2015

    • Emergency hospital admissions for poisoning in Scotland in 2017/18, by age and gender

    • Emergency hospital admissions for falls in Scotland in 2017/18, by age and gender

    • Hospital admissions as a result of individuals being struck in Scotland 2017/18

    • Emergency hospital admissions for scalds in Scotland in 2017/18, by age and gender

  • 4. Injuries involving children
    • Reasons for children's admission to hospital for burns in the United Kingdom 2016

    • Children admitted to hospital from accidental exposure Scotland in 2017/18, by injury

    • Children: emergency hospital admissions for unintentional injury in Scotland 2018

    • Children's exposure to second-hand smoke in Scotland 2017, by gender and age

    • Unintentional injuries. children admitted to hospital in Scotland 2017/18, by cause

    • Emergency admissions of children involved in a car accident in Scotland 2017/18

    • Reducing the number of childhood accidents and injuries in the United Kingdom 2015

  • 5. Unspecified
    • Hospital attendance due to accident in Wales 2015, by gender and age

    • Acquired brain injuries in the United Kingdom (UK) 2005-2014, by gender

    • Common causes of spinal cord injury in the United Kingdom (UK) 2015

    • Patients treated and discharged at the accident scene in England 2015, by region

    • Neurological injury hospital admissions in Scotland 2010/11-2017/18

    • RFU: total number of match injury incidents in England from 2003 to 2018

    • RFU: incident rates of the most common match injuries recorded by the RFU 2018

    • RFU: incident rates of the most common training injuries recorded 2017/2018

  • 6. A&E attendances by type
    • Accident and emergency attendances in England 2017/18, by gender and region

    • Accident and emergency attendances in England 2017/18, by region and age

    • Distribution of accident and emergency attendances in England 2017/18, by referral

    • Distribution of accident and emergency attendances England 2017/18, by patient group

    • Number of accident and emergency attendances in England 2017/18, by diagnosis

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