Work injuries, fatal and non-fatal, men

number, 1999–2008

Info Edit
    1999 Ranking
    1. Germany 1,226,283.00
    2. Spain 725,252.00
    3. France 549,071.00
    4. Italy 521,347.00
    5. Canada 262,011.00
    6. Portugal 139,376.00
    7. United Kingdom 125,110.00
    8. Russia 119,220.00
    9. Australia 91,185.00
    10. Czech Republic 74,464.00
    11. Poland 72,864.00
    12. Finland 44,676.00
    13. Ukraine 37,030.00
    14. Denmark 32,235.00
    15. Sweden 23,065.00
    16. Norway 21,840.00
    17. Hungary 19,744.00
    18. Slovakia 18,673.00
    19. Nicaragua 8,475.00
    20. Belarus 8,176.00
    21. Romania 5,693.00
    22. South Africa 5,542.00
    23. Malta 4,749.00
    24. Kazakhstan 3,093.00
    25. New Zealand 2,782.00
    26. Guyana 2,329.00
    27. Lithuania 2,222.00
    28. Estonia 2,090.00
    29. Macau 2,003.00
    30. Honduras 1,939.00
    31. Sri Lanka 1,832.00
    32. Barbados 442.00
    33. Burma (Myanmar) 404.00
    34. Saint Vincent and Grenadines 249.00
    35. Armenia 223.00
    2008 Ranking
    1. Germany 814,455.00
    2. Spain 609,379.00
    3. France 503,807.00
    4. Italy 386,793.00
    5. Mexico 379,205.00
    6. Canada 169,765.00
    7. Poland 71,092.00
    8. Australia 68,090.00
    9. Austria 61,730.00
    10. Czech Republic 52,455.00
    11. Russia 41,640.00
    12. Algeria 25,414.00
    13. Croatia 17,685.00
    14. Sweden 17,115.00
    15. New Zealand 17,093.00
    16. Hungary 15,067.00
    17. Ukraine 13,154.00
    18. Slovakia 9,035.00
    19. Luxembourg 8,922.00
    20. Dominican Republic 7,635.00
    21. Romania 3,720.00
    22. Malta 3,502.00
    23. Estonia 2,671.00
    24. Bulgaria 2,566.00
    25. Kazakhstan 2,549.00
    26. Turkey 2,502.00
    27. Lithuania 2,266.00
    28. Belarus 2,157.00
    29. Cyprus 1,900.00
    30. Mauritius 1,558.00
    31. Macau 1,509.00
    32. Latvia 1,186.00
    33. Azerbaijan 268.00
    34. Saint Vincent and Grenadines 177.00
    35. Burma (Myanmar) 145.00
    36. Kyrgyzstan 144.00
    37. Armenia 73.00

    Work injury/fatality is an unexpected and unplanned occurrence, including acts of violence, arising out of or in connection with work, which results in one or more workers incurring a personal injury, disease, or death.

    Source: ILO