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Occupational Fatalities
Occupational Fatalities in Texas
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Texas Value:

5.3

Number of fatal occupational injuries in construction, manufacturing, trade, transportation and utility industries as well as professional and business services per 100,000 workers (3-year estimate)

Texas Rank:

35

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Occupational Fatalities by State

Number of fatal occupational injuries in construction, manufacturing, trade, transportation and utility industries as well as professional and business services per 100,000 workers (3-year estimate)




Occupational Fatalities Trends

Number of fatal occupational injuries in construction, manufacturing, trade, transportation and utility industries as well as professional and business services per 100,000 workers (3-year estimate)

Trend: Occupational Fatalities in Texas, United States, 2023 Annual Report

Number of fatal occupational injuries in construction, manufacturing, trade, transportation and utility industries as well as professional and business services per 100,000 workers (3-year estimate)

Texas
United States
Source:

 U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries

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