The BLS CFOI
is collected through the same federal--state agreement as that used for the SOII.
data are coded for source, nature, body part involved, and the type of event leading to the work fatality, in accordance with the Occupational Injury and Illness Classification System (OIICS) (American National Standards Institute, 1996), a coding system developed by BLS.
The overall fatality rate implied by the CFOI
data was 0.
Local authorities which charge pounds 2 or more for an A4 sheet say they are simply recovering the costs of photocopying, but the CFOI
says a charge of 10p per A4 sheet would cover all the costs involved.
According to the CFOI
, robbery typically accounts for two-thirds of all workplace homicides.
estimates for injuries alone numbered 6,200 in the early 1990's.
program identifies incidents involving workplace fatalities from several sources, including Cal/OSHA and federal OSHA reports, law enforcement information, workers' compensation claims, coroner's reports, and even news reports.
The Occupational Injury and Illness Classification System (OIICS), developed by BLS, provides a standardized coding system for characterizing the case circumstances of both nonfatal work-related injuries and illnesses from the SOII and fatal workplace injuries from the CFOI
Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries (CFOI
), 282 workplace suicides occurred in 2013, the highest number recorded since the CFOI
series began in 1992.
Data collected by the SOII and CFOI
have been coded, beginning with survey year 2011, on the basis of the Occupational Injury and Illness Classification System (OIICS), version 2.
Rates that the CFOI
produced can be found at http://www.