Industrial Accidents Statistics in Japan (2010)

Fig.1
Change in number of deaths in all industries (1989–2010)
Fig.2
Change in number of deaths & injuries with work absence of 4 days or more in all industries (1989–2010)
Fig.3
Change in number of new recipients of workers' accident compensation insurance benefits (1989–2009)
Fig.4
Change in frequency rate in all industries (1989–2010)
Fig.5
Change in severity rate in all industries (1989–2010)
Fig.6
Change in accident rate per 1‚000 workers in all industries (1989–2009)
Fig.7
Number of deaths & injuries with work absence of 4 days or more by industrial sector(2010)
Fig.8
Number of deaths by industrial sector (2010)
Fig.9
Breakdown of deaths & injuries with work absence of 4 days or more by accident type in all industries(2010)
Fig.10
Breakdown of deaths by accident type in all industries(2010)
Fig.11
Breakdown of deaths & injuries with work absence of 4 days or more by cause agents in all industries(2010)
Fig.12
Breakdown of deaths by cause agents in all industries(2010)
Fig.13
Deaths & injuries with work absence of 4 days or more by workplace size (2010)
Fig.14
Accident rate per 1‚000 Workers by workplace size(2009)
Fig.15
Deaths & injuries with work absence of 4 days or more by age group (2010)
Fig.16
Serious accidents by industrial sector(2010)
Fig.17
Serious accidents by cause(2010)
Fig.1 Change in number of deaths in all industries (1989–2010)

Fig.1 Change in number of deaths in all industries (1989-2010)
Source:
Number of deaths: Survey by the Safety Division‚ Ministry of Health‚ Labour and Welfare (MHLW)

 

Fig.2 Change in number of deaths & injuries with work absence of 4 days or more in all industries (1989–2010)

Fig.2 Change in number of deaths & injuries with work absence of 4 days or more in all industries (1989-2010)
Source:
Number of deaths and injuries: Data on workers' accident compensation insurance benefits‚ MHLW

 

Fig.3 Change in number of new recipients of workers' accident compensation insurance benefits (1989–2009)


Source:
Number of new recipients of workers' accident compensation insurance benefits: Annual report on Workers' Accident Compensation Insurance Programme

 

Fig.4 Change in frequency rate in all industries (1989–2010)


Definition:
Frequency rate is expressed in terms of numbers of deaths & injuries in industrial accidents per 1 million work-hours in the aggregate.

Source:
Frequency rate and severity rate: Industrial accident census‚ MHLW

 

Fig.5 Change in severity rate in all industries (1989–2010)


Definition:
Severity rate is expressed in terms of the number of workdays lost per 1,000 work-hours in the aggregate.

 

Fig.6 Change in accident rate per 1‚000 workers in all industries (1989–2009)


Source:
Accident rate per 1‚000 workers: Annual report on Workers' Accident Compensation Insurance Programme and Data on workers' accident compensation insurance benefits‚ MHLW

 

Fig.7 Number of deaths & injuries with work absence of 4 days or more by industrial sector(2010)


Source:
Data on workers' accident compensation insurance benefits‚ MHLW

 

Fig.8 Number of deaths by industrial sector (2010)


Source:
Survey by the Safety Division‚ MHLW

 

Fig.9 Breakdown of deaths & injuries with work absence of 4 days or more by accident type in all industries(2010)


Source:
Data on the report of death‚ injury and disease based on the Industrial Safety and Health Act

 

Fig.10 Breakdown of deaths by accident type in all industries(2010)


Source:
Number of deaths: Survey by the Safety Division‚ MHLW

 

Fig.11 Breakdown of deaths & injuries with work absence of 4 days or more by cause agents in all industries(2010)


Source:
Data on the report of death‚ injury and disease based on the Industrial Safety and Health Act

 

Fig.12 Breakdown of deaths by cause agents in all industries(2010)


Source:
Number of deaths: Survey by the Safety Division‚ MHLW

 

Fig.13 Deaths & injuries with work absence of 4 days or more by workplace size (2010)


Source:
Data on the report of death‚ injury and disease based on the Industrial Safety and Health Act

 

Fig.14 Accident rate per 1‚000 workers by workplace size(2009)


Source:
Calculated from Data on Survey report on business statistics (Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications) and data on reportable accidents

 

Fig.15 Deaths & injuries with work absence of 4 days or more by age group (2010)


Source:
Data on the report of death‚ injury and disease based on the Industrial Safety and Health Act

 

Fig.16 Serious accidents by industrial sector(2010)


Definition:
Serious accident signifies an accident resulting in three or more deaths and/or injuries at a time.

Source:
Survey by the Safety Division‚ MHLW

 

Fig.17 Serious accidents by accident causes(2010)


Source:
Survey by the Safety Division‚ MHLW

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