Wisconsin occupational health annual indicator data, trend reports, and other Department of Health Services (DHS) indicator reports are provided below.
The Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists (CSTE) developed occupational health "indicators" in 1999 as a way to measure occupational hazard health effects, exposure, interventions, and socioeconomic costs. Explore the most recent occupational health indicator data for all participating states at the CSTE Occupational Health Indicators webpage.
Occupational Health Indicator Trend reports
- Wisconsin Occupational Health Indicators Report 2009-2018, P-45104 (PDF)
- Wisconsin Occupational Health Trend Report 2009-2018 Infographic, P-02827
- Summary of Worker Health and Safety Data, For Years 2003-2012, P-45104 (PDF)
- Workplace Safety Matters Infographics, P-01593 (available for 2012 and 2019)
- Heat-Related Illness on the Job, P-03497 (PDF)
- COVID-19 Vaccine Injury Claims, P-03412 (PDF)
- Long COVID Cases in Wisconsin Workers Compensation Data, March 1, 2020–July 31, 2022, P-003411 (PDF)
- Occupational Health in Wisconsin: An Annual Report 2006, P-45104-2006 (PDF)
- Work-Related Asthma in Wisconsin, P-00068 (2007) (PDF)
- Silicosis: Emerging Trends and How to Screen for Early Detection
- COVID-19 Outbreaks Linked to Workplaces, 23 US Jurisdictions, August-October 2021
- School District Prevention Policies and Risk of COVID-19 Among In-Person K–12 Educators, Wisconsin, 2021
- Lost time: COVID-19 indemnity claim reporting and results in the Wisconsin workers' compensation system from March 12 to December 31, 2020
- Bureau of Labor Statistics/Occupational Safety and Health (BLS/OSH) Statistics Unit: The BLS/OSH Statistics Unit collects Wisconsin occupational injury, illness, and fatality data annually
- For more information on worker lead surveillance, please visit the Adult Lead Program page for Laboratories and Researchers
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