Work injuries, fatal and non-fatal

number, 1999–2008

Info Edit
    1999 Ranking
    1. Germany 1,560,063.00
    2. Spain 869,161.00
    3. France 701,175.00
    4. Italy 642,215.00
    5. Mexico 424,954.00
    6. Argentina 400,621.00
    7. Canada 380,228.00
    8. Brazil 344,680.00
    9. Colombia 182,567.00
    10. Chile 179,892.00
    11. Portugal 169,790.00
    12. United Kingdom 167,962.00
    13. Russia 153,110.00
    14. Japan 135,836.00
    15. Australia 129,032.00
    16. Costa Rica 120,279.00
    17. Belgium 95,987.00
    18. Czech Republic 95,971.00
    19. Poland 95,811.00
    20. Malaysia 92,074.00
    21. Switzerland 91,333.00
    22. Hong Kong 58,841.00
    23. Finland 58,407.00
    24. Thailand 52,025.00
    25. Denmark 49,904.00
    26. Egypt 44,370.00
    27. Ukraine 43,308.00
    28. Algeria 42,943.00
    29. Slovenia 41,063.00
    30. Tunisia 40,011.00
    31. Sweden 37,828.00
    32. Taiwan 33,709.00
    33. Norway 33,557.00
    34. Hungary 26,697.00
    35. Slovakia 24,138.00
    36. Croatia 22,814.00
    37. Luxembourg 20,401.00
    38. Jordan 19,759.00
    39. Greece 17,658.00
    40. China 17,523.00
    41. Zimbabwe 15,754.00
    42. Cuba 13,936.00
    43. Syria 11,734.00
    44. Nicaragua 10,778.00
    45. Belarus 10,600.00
    46. Ireland 8,004.00
    47. Bulgaria 7,851.00
    48. South Africa 7,008.00
    49. Romania 6,591.00
    50. Malta 5,274.00
    51. Mauritius 5,206.00
    52. Turkey 4,740.00
    53. Burkina Faso 4,118.00
    54. Kazakhstan 4,030.00
    55. Singapore 3,953.00
    56. Burundi 3,329.00
    57. Macau 3,218.00
    58. Estonia 3,098.00
    59. Lithuania 3,016.00
    60. Macedonia (F.Y.R.O.M.) 2,603.00
    61. Venezuela 2,598.00
    62. Guyana 2,518.00
    63. Cameroon 2,376.00
    64. Kuwait 2,272.00
    65. Honduras 2,250.00
    66. Sri Lanka 2,179.00
    67. Cyprus 1,929.00
    68. Rwanda 1,589.00
    69. Bahrain 1,494.00
    70. Gabon 1,401.00
    71. Iceland 1,307.00
    72. Latvia 1,143.00
    73. Botswana 1,098.00
    74. San Marino 1,074.00
    75. Namibia 995.00
    76. Togo 975.00
    77. Suriname 943.00
    78. Moldova 872.00
    79. Barbados 665.00
    80. Burma (Myanmar) 455.00
    81. Trinidad and Tobago 425.00
    82. Kyrgyzstan 375.00
    83. Armenia 255.00
    84. Isle of Man 182.00
    85. Greenland 154.00
    86. Azerbaijan 147.00
    87. Congo (Brazzaville) 73.00
    88. Zambia 69.00
    89. Seychelles 68.00
    2008 Ranking
    1. Germany 1,063,915.00
    2. Spain 803,308.00
    3. France 704,545.00
    4. Mexico 508,346.00
    5. Italy 499,990.00
    6. Canada 260,562.00
    7. Costa Rica 134,934.00
    8. Japan 119,291.00
    9. Australia 98,950.00
    10. Poland 97,912.00
    11. Switzerland 90,301.00
    12. Austria 74,245.00
    13. Czech Republic 71,455.00
    14. Russia 58,310.00
    15. Hong Kong 41,900.00
    16. Sweden 28,395.00
    17. Algeria 27,252.00
    18. New Zealand 26,572.00
    19. Croatia 25,262.00
    20. Hungary 22,217.00
    21. Norway 16,681.00
    22. Ukraine 16,491.00
    23. Slovakia 12,604.00
    24. Singapore 11,072.00
    25. Luxembourg 10,627.00
    26. Dominican Republic 9,897.00
    27. Cuba 6,139.00
    28. Romania 4,635.00
    29. Estonia 4,059.00
    30. Malta 4,026.00
    31. Bulgaria 3,843.00
    32. Lithuania 3,328.00
    33. Kazakhstan 3,043.00
    34. Belarus 3,000.00
    35. Macau 2,631.00
    36. Turkey 2,560.00
    37. Cyprus 2,367.00
    38. Latvia 1,781.00
    39. Mauritius 1,754.00
    40. Sri Lanka 1,574.00
    41. Botswana 1,242.00
    42. Bahrain 975.00
    43. Moldova 540.00
    44. Azerbaijan 284.00
    45. Saint Vincent and Grenadines 208.00
    46. Burma (Myanmar) 183.00
    47. Kyrgyzstan 177.00
    48. Isle of Man 159.00
    49. Central African Republic 144.00
    50. Armenia 77.00
    51. Cayman Islands 4.00

    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