Every year, thousands of Wisconsin workers are injured on the job or become ill as a result of health hazards at work. In 1999, the Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists (CSTE) developed "indicators" as a way to provide information on occupational hazard health effects, exposure, interventions, and socioeconomic costs.
The following are data for indicators that characterize the state of occupational health in Wisconsin through 2012. Data from subsequent years will be added as they become available.
Indicator Trend Report
- Summary of Worker Health and Safety Data for Years 2003-2012 (P-45104; PDF, 6 MB)