TABLE A-3.

Fatal occupational injuries to private sector wage and salary workers, government workers, and self-employed workers by industry, Missouri, 2005

Fatalities
1

Industry

Number

Percent

Private sector wage and
2
salary workers
Number

Total.....................................................................................................................................................................
183
100.0

Percent

Government workers
Number

3

Self-employed workers

Percent

Number

4

Percent

103

100.0

15

100.0

65

100.0

Goods Producing.....................................................................................................................................................................
94
51.4
47

45.6

--

--

47

72.3

5.8

--

--

39

60.0

--

--

39

60.0

--------

--------

35
35
35
35
----

53.8
53.8
53.8
53.8
----

Natural Resources and Mining.....................................................................................................................................................................
45
24.6
6

Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting.....................................................................................................................................................................
43
23.5
4
3.9
Crop Production.....................................................................................................................................................................
36
19.7
--Other Crop Farming.....................................................................................................................................................................
35
19.1
--All Other Crop Farming.....................................................................................................................................................................
35
19.1
--All Other Miscellaneous Crop Farming.....................................................................................................................................................................
35
19.1
--Forestry and Logging.....................................................................................................................................................................
4
2.2
--Logging.....................................................................................................................................................................
3
1.6
--Logging.....................................................................................................................................................................
3
1.6
--Construction.....................................................................................................................................................................
34
18.6
Construction.....................................................................................................................................................................
34
18.6

27

26.2

--

--

7

10.8

27

26.2

--

--

7

10.8

----

----

----

----

-----------

-----------

---5
-------

---7.7
-------

Construction of buildings.....................................................................................................................................................................
6
3.3
5
4.9
Residential Building Construction.....................................................................................................................................................................
5
2.7
4
3.9
Residential Building Construction.....................................................................................................................................................................
5
2.7
4
3.9
New Single-family Housing Construction (except
operative builders.....................................................................................................................................................................
3
1.6
3
2.9
Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction.....................................................................................................................................................................
5
2.7
4
3.9
Utility System Construction.....................................................................................................................................................................
3
1.6
3
2.9
Specialty Trade Contractors.....................................................................................................................................................................
23
12.6
18
17.5
Foundation, Structure, and Building Exterior Contractors.....................................................................................................................................................................
7
3.8
6
5.8
Masonry Contractors.....................................................................................................................................................................
4
2.2
4
3.9
Building Equipment Contractors.....................................................................................................................................................................
5
2.7
3
2.9
Plumbing, Heating, and Air-Conditioning Contractors.....................................................................................................................................................................
3
1.6
--Building Finishing Contractors.....................................................................................................................................................................
5
2.7
4
3.9
Other Specialty Trade Contractors.....................................................................................................................................................................
6
3.3
5
4.9
Manufacturing.....................................................................................................................................................................
15
8.2
Manufacturing.....................................................................................................................................................................
15
8.2

14

13.6

--

--

--

--

14

13.6

--

--

--

--

2.9
2.9

---

---

---

---

54.4

15

100.0

18

27.7

Chemical Manufacturing.....................................................................................................................................................................
3
1.6
3
Transportation Equipment Manufacturing.....................................................................................................................................................................
3
1.6
3
Service providing.....................................................................................................................................................................
89
48.6
56
See footnotes at end of table.

3 1..............................1 10 9..6 15...........7 -- -- 5 7.................. 3 1.. 11 6..............0 16 Utilities............................................ 7 3...................................................... 3 1.........6 Administrative and Support and Waste Management and Remediation Services..................................................................................................................................8 -Transit and Ground Passenger Transportation......................................................... Long-Distance.............................0 8 7.......................................................................................6 4........................................ 3 1........................... 3 1.............................................................................6 4.............................................................................................. 22 12..................................................6 -Retail Trade...................................................................................................................................................................6 3 2... 4 2..........................................................................................................TABLE A-3...............................................................................................................................................................................................6 3 2.......................................9 Waste Management and Remediation Services...............................6 --- ------- ------- ------- ------- Utilities.............. 12 6........................................................................................................................................................ 15 8...............................................................................................9 Landscaping Services........................................9 -Home Centers............................8 4 3......................................................9 -- -- 3 4.................................... 13 7....................................... and self-employed workers by industry........ 42 23.................................................................7 -- -- 3 4.............................. 3 1........................................................................2 10 9............................................................................................................9 -- ------ 4 3 3 3 -- 6..............2 11 10.........0 31 30......................7 -General Freight Trucking........................0 10 Transportation and Warehousing......6 3 2......................................Continued Private sector wage and 2 salary workers Fatalities 1 Industry Number Percent Number Percent Trade................. Fatal occupational injuries to private sector wage and salary workers...................................................8 5 4.......6 -- Wholesale Trade........................................................................9 -Building Material and Supplies Dealers.....8 Services to Buildings and Dwellings...........7 -General Freight Trucking.......2 3 2...... 9 4...........................................................................................................................................................6 --Waste Collection.....................6 ---- ----- ----- ----- -- -- 6 9.6 See footnotes at end of table.................................... 3 1...........................................................2 3 2...................................................................3 4 Merchant Wholesalers...... Long-Distance........9 -- -- -- -- Leisure and Hospitality................................................................................................2 Truck Transportation...........................6 9 Education and Health Services............................................. Transportation............................................... 4 2.8 5 4......... 15 8..............2 4........8 3..............................................................5 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 3 2............ 3 1....................................................................................................................7 -- -- -- -- Building Material and Garden Equipment and Supplies Dealers....... Durable Goods............................7 8...........................1 Government workers Number 3 Self-employed workers Percent Number 4 Percent -- -- 9 13.................... 2005 .......................6 Administrative and Support Services.............................................................................7 -General Freight Trucking..................................................................................................................6 9 8......... 7 3.......................................... Missouri.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................9 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 9.................. 3 1..................................................................... government workers................................................................. 3 1.............6 Financial Activities............................................................................ 12 6.............................................. Truckload............ 3 1............ and Utilities....................................................................................... 7 3........................... ...........9 -- -- -- -- Professional and Business Services..................................9 -Food and Beverage Stores.................... 6 3.......................................................................................9 7 6.............................................................................6 --Waste Collection... 11 6..................

....................... Missouri............. Grantmaking..........9 --Justice...... paid and unpaid family workers....................................... and Recreation Industries.... 2002............................................................................................. and may include some owners of incorporated businesses or members of partnerships.............7 4 3.......................... and Similar Organizations.........0 20........................... Includes fatalities to workers employed by governmental organizations regardless of industry................................ 9 4.................... and Recreation.......................... 3 1........................ Department of Labor...................................................6 --National Security and International Affairs............................................TABLE A-3.... 3 1................. 3 1.................................................6 ---Religious Organizations................................................. 5 Includes fatalities at all establishments categorized as Mining (Sector 21) in the North American Industry Classification System.................... 3 1.........................0 60........ 4 2................................................................................... Entertainment................................6 --National Security............ such as those in Oil and Gas Extraction.................................... SOURCE: U....................................... Gambling........... including establishments not governed by the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) rules and reporting..................8 --National Security and International Affairs.................................................................................... Data for 2005 are preliminary.................................6 1 Classified according to the North American Industry Classification System...0 46...... 5 2.............................................................................................. 7 3.9 --Police Protection....................6 -- 3 -- Amusement................................ May include volunteers and workers receiving other types of compensation................................... and Safety Activities............ Civic....................6 --Accommodation and Food Services............................. Public Order................................................ 3 1................................0 -- -- Justice....................................................................................6 ---Religious Organizations......................................................6 --- 9 9 7 3 3 3 60................Continued Private sector wage and 2 salary workers Fatalities 1 Industry Number Percent Number Percent Arts........................ Public Order..................0 20................................................ 2002.................................... except Public Administration.........................................................................................................................................7 4 Number Self-employed workers Percent Number 4 Percent -- -- -- --- --- --- --- -- -- -- -- -- 3... Dashes indicate no data reported or data that do not meet publication criteria....... 12 6........................................................................................... in cooperation with State and Federal agencies.................... government workers...............................................0 -- -- -- 12 80.....................................................2 -- -- Other Services...................................................................................................................................... 4 Includes self-employed workers.........6 ---Public Administration........... 2005 ....... owners of unincorporated businesses and farms...................................................S...................... 3 1...................... and Safety Activities........................... Fatal occupational injuries to private sector wage and salary workers................... 2 3 -- NOTE: Totals for major categories may include subcategories not shown separately......................................................6 -- Government workers -- 12 80............................................... Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries .............. Professional......................................................................................... 4 2..................... Bureau of Labor Statistics..........................7 20......................2 --Other Amusement and Recreation Industries.............................................................................. and self-employed workers by industry................0 ------- ------- Public Administration................................. 9 4......9 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- ---- ---- ---- Other Services.................................................................................. 12 6................................................. 3 1........ 3 1.. 5 2...................9 Religious......................................................