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Table 3

Comparison between California and the United States, 2015 data (latest available);
Incidence rates of nonfatal occupational injuries and illnesses:
DART Cases with days away from work, job transfer, or restriction

Sector CA US Comparison
All industry, state and local 2.2 1.7 California higher by 29%
government
Private industry 2.1 1.6 California higher by 31%
Goods producing 2.4 2.1 California higher
Natural resources and mining 3.5 2.2 California higher by 59%
Agriculture, forestry, fishing and 3.7 3.5 California higher
hunting
Construction 2.2 2.0 California higher
Manufacturing 2.2 2.2 Same rate
Service-producing 2.0 1.5 California higher by 33%
Trade, transportation, and utilities 2.8 2.2 California higher by 27%
Education and health services 2.3 1.9 California higher
Leisure and hospitality 2.5 1.5 California higher by 66%
Other services, expect public 1.5 1.2 California higher by 25%
administration
Public administration 2.9 2.0 California higher by 45%
Incident rate per 100 full-time workers

Source: https://www.bls.gov/news.release/archives/osh_10272016.htm
and
https://www.bls.gov/iif/oshwc/osh/os/pr156ca.pdf