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Suicide and drug-related mortality following occupational injury
BACKGROUND: Drug overdoses and suicides have been rising since 2000 and are major contributors to a 3-year decline in US life expectancy. Studies suggest that injured workers have elevated rates of depression and opioid use, but no studies have measured excess mortality related to these risks. MATERIALS AND METHODS: We linked New Mexico workers' compensation data for 100 806 workers injured in 1994 through 2000 with Social Security Administration earnings and mortality data through 2013 and National Death Index cause of death data. We then estimated the association between receiving lost-time...
The value of occupational safety and health and the societal costs of work-related injuries and diseases
This report details the findings of the second stage of EU-OSHA’s project to estimate the costs of occupational injuries, diseases and deaths at European level. Two approaches are developed to estimate costs: 1.a bottom-up approach based on individual components of costs — direct, indirect and intangible costs 2.a top-down approach based on international data on the economic burden of injury and disease. The cost estimations focus on five countries — Finland, Germany, the Netherlands, Italy and Poland — for which sufficient data are available and which are representative...
Programme national de surveillance du mésothéliome pleural (PNSM)
Vingt années de surveillance (1998-2017) des cas de mésothéliome, de leurs expositions et des processus d'indemnisation En 1998, la Direction générale du travail (DGT) et la Direction générale de la santé (DGS) des ministères respectifs ont saisi Santé publique France pour mettre en place un programme national de surveillance des effets sanitaires de l'amiante : le programme national de surveillance du mésothéliome pleural (PNSM), marqueur spécifique des expositions passées à l'amiante...
Analyse des différences de durées d’indemnisation selon le sexe et le groupe d’âge
Les indicateurs statistiques de santé et de sécurité du travail produits depuis plusieurs années par l'Institut de recherche Robert-Sauvé en santé et en sécurité du travail (IRSST) montrent que la durée moyenne d'indemnisation des lésions professionnelles ayant occasionné une perte de temps indemnisée (PTI) a presque doublé en 15 ans. Alors que l'écart de durées moyennes d'indemnisation entre les femmes et les hommes diminue au fil des années, celui entre chaque groupe...
Rates of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome in a State Workers’ Compensation Information System, by Industry and Occupation
California, 2007–2014 Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) occurs when the median nerve becomes compressed as it passes through the wrist within the carpal tunnel, resulting in pain, tingling, weakness, or numbness in the hand or the wrist. Occupational risk factors for CTS include engaging in work activities that require forceful, repetitive tasks, prolonged use of the hands or wrists in an awkward posture, or vibration. To assess trends and identify high-risk industries and occupations for CTS, the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) analyzed California workers' compensation claims...
CNESST - Statistiques annuelles 2017
Ce document contient une série de tableaux et graphiques qui présentent les différentes activités de la CNESST au cours de l'année 2017, en regard des éléments de sa mission, soit la prévention-inspection, la réparation, le financement, les normes du travail et l'équité salariale.??? Source:
CNESST - Appendice statistique 2017 (version préliminaire)
L’appendice statistique est un complément d’information aux données d’exploitation, sous forme de tableaux et graphiques uniquement, regroupant quelques informations de base relatives au secteur SST. Notamment, la Direction des communications et des relations publiques y réfère pour répondre à des demandes médias. On y retrouve entre autres : · Statistiques régionales et sectorielles sur les établissements, dossiers d’intervention en prévention-inspection, dossiers acceptés pour lésions...
Reoccurring Injury, Chronic Health Conditions, and Behavioral Health
Gender Differences in the Causes of Workers' Compensation Claims Objective: The aim of this study was o examine how work and nonwork health-related factors contribute to workers' compensation (WC) claims by gender. Methods: Workers (N = 16,926) were enrolled in the Pinnacol Assurance Health Risk Management study, a multiyear, longitudinal research program assessing small and medium-sized enterprises in Colorado. Hypotheses were tested using gender-stratified logistic regression models. Results: For both women and men, having incurred a prior WC claim increased the odds of a future claim...
Beyond Determining Compliance: How Can Workers’ Compensation Insurers’ Exposure Data Be Improved and Used?
The workers' compensation system can be used for more than processing work-related illness or injury insurance claims. The data collected through this system provide valuable information to identify how these injuries and illnesses happen, so that they can be prevented. In recent years, use of workers' compensation injury and illness data in the public health field has grown. However, occupational exposure data (also known as industrial hygiene data) collected by many workers' compensation insurers is understudied. If analyzed, these data may help identify priority hazards and trends...
Comparative performance monitoring report 19th Edition
The Comparative performance monitoring report 19th edition - Part 3 compares workers' compensation premiums, entitlements and scheme performance across Australia and New Zealand. The 19th edition is divided into three parts: ?Part 1 – Work health and safety performance ?Part 2 – Work health and safety compliance and enforcement activities ?Part 3 – Premium, entitlements and scheme performance Source:
Australian Workers’ Compensation Statistics 2016–17
The publication presents an overview of the Comcare scheme and includes statistical data on the scheme's workers' compensation performance. Source:
The cost of work-related stress to society
A systematic review A systematic review of the available evidence examining the cost of work-related stress (WRS) would yield important insights into the magnitude of this social phenomenon. The objective of this review was to collate, extract, and synthesize economic evaluations of the cost of WRS to society. A research protocol was developed. Included cost-of-illness (COI) studies estimated the cost of WRS at a societal level, and were published in English, French or German. Searches were carried out in ingentaconnect, EBSCO, JSTOR, Science Direct, Web of Knowledge, Google, and Google scholar...
Comparing workers’ compensation across Australia and New Zealand
The 2017 Comparison of workers' compensation arrangements in Australia and New Zealand report is now available. Workers' compensation providers, governments and businesses operating across multiple workers' compensation schemes can use this report to compare the coverage, benefits and return to work provisions offered by each scheme. Source:
CNESST - Statistiques annuelles 2016
Ce document contient une série de tableaux et graphiques qui présentent les différentes activités de la CNESST au cours de l'année 2016, en regard des éléments de sa mission, soit la prévention-inspection, la réparation, le financement, les normes du travail et l'équité salariale. Source:
Comparative performance monitoring report 19th Edition
Comparison of work health and safety and workers' compensation schèmes in Australia and New Zealand. Source:
Linking Compensation and Health Surveillance Data Sets to Improve Knowledge of US Coal Miners’ Health
Objective: Increase knowledge of US coal miners’ respiratory health by linking data from the black lung benefits program (BLBP) and the coal workers’ health surveillance program (CWHSP). Methods: BLBP claims data from 2000 through 2013 was linked to CWHSP data from 1970 through 2016. Results: Overall, 273,644 miners participated in CWHSP, 37,548 in BLBP, and 22,903 in both programs. Median age of miners at their time of first/only participation in CWHSP was 28 and 32 years, respectively. BLBP claimants were older (median age 59). Thirty-nine percent of BLBP claimants had not participated...
Return to work: A comparison of psychological and physical injury claims
The report examines the similarities and differences between psychological and physical claims. Two main areas are considered: RTW by potential influencing factors, and employees responses and experiences. Source:
Australian workers’ compensation statistics 2015-16
This report provides detailed statistics about workers’ compensation claims in Australia. The statistics provide an indication of Australia’s work health and safety performance over the 15 year period between 2000-01 and 2015-16 and includes data broken down by sex, age, occupation, industry, nature of injury or disease, mechanism of injury or disease, and bodily location of the injury or disease. Source:
Lésions professionnelles indemnisées au Québec en 2010-2012
Profil statistique par industrie - catégorie professionnelle Cette étude s'inscrit dans un processus d'exploitation des données statistiques de la Commission des normes, de l'équité, de la santé et de la sécurité du travail (CNESST), conjointement avec les données du recensement (remplacé en 2011 par l'Enquête nationale auprès des ménages [ENM]), processus qui a débuté il y a plus de 30 ans à l'Institut de recherche Robert-Sauvé en santé et en sécurité...
Australian workers’ compensation statistics 2014-15
This report provides detailed workers' compensation statistics, including preliminary claim data for 2014-15 and an analysis of claims over time. Source:
Comparative Performance Monitoring Report 18th Edition
The Comparative Performance Monitoring (CPM) reports provide trend analysis on work health and safety and workers' compensation schemes operating in Australia and New Zealand. Information in the main report and in all its supplementary material is designed to facilitate improving work health and safety, workers' compensation and related service outcomes in Australia and New Zealand schemes through accessible reporting that monitors the comparative performance of jurisdictions over time. The report also enables benchmarking across jurisdictions and the identification of best practice to...
Comparison of workers’ compensation arrangements in Australia and New Zealand 2016
The Comparison of Workers’ Compensation Arrangements in Australia and New Zealand 2016 aims to provide all stakeholders with information to assist them in understanding workers’ compensation arrangements in Australia and New Zealand. Source:
A Seven-Year Longitudinal Claim Analysis to Assess the Factors Contributing to the Increased Severity of Work-Related Injuries
Background: In recent decades, the frequency of Medical Only (MO) and Lost Time (LT) workers' compensation claims has decreased, while average severity (medical and indemnity costs) has increased. Objective: The aim of this study was to compare claim frequency, mix, and severity (cost) over two periods using a claim cohort follow-up method. Methods: Sixty-two thousand five hundred thirty-three claims during two periods (1999 to 2002 and 2003 to 2006) were followed seven years postinjury. Descriptive analysis and significant testing methods were used to compare claim frequency and costs. Results...
Australian Workers' Compensation Statistics - 2013–14
The statistics in this report are of workers' compensation claims that were lodged between 2000-01 and 2013-14. The statistics are an indicator of Australia's work health and safety performance over the 14-year period between 2000–01 and 2013–14. Source:
The Cost of Work-related Injury and Illness for Australian Employers, Workers and the Community 2012–13
This report provides an update of the “human cost” of work-related injury and illness to the Australian economy, for the 2012-13 financial year. The report describes the method and datasets used to estimate the total cost of work-related injury and illness to the Australian employers, workers and the community (the total cost). The scope of “human costs” covers costs related to specific incidents resulting in an injury or illness to employee. The cost estimate does not include the cost to employers of compliance with OH&S legislation and prevention activities. Source...
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