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Table 2: Work Injury Fatality Rates (per 100,000 employed) for Wyoming and Bordering States by Industry1, 2001 and
1996-2000
State Year All Industries2 Agriculture3 Mining4 Const.4 Mfg.4 TCPU4 Trade4 FIRE4 Services5 Total Govt.6
 
Wyoming 2001 14.9 -- -- 31.2 -- 31.2 -- -- -- --
1996-2000 11.8 33.8 -- 21.9 17.9 27.3 2.9 -- 7.7 4.7
Colorado 2001 6.2 23.3 -- 14.9 3.6 13.6 1.8 -- 2.2 7.5
1996-2000 4.6 -- -- 12.9 2.3 9.8 2.1 0.8 2.4 3.3
Idaho 2001 6.8 19.0 -- 11.4 -- -- 4.4 -- 3.9 --
1996-2000 7.8 22.3 -- 16.1 9.5 20.8 2.5 -- 3.7 4.3
Montana 2001 12.6 34.5 -- -- -- 52.4 6.2 -- -- 6.2
1996-2000 11.1 47.9 -- 13.1 14.3 22.7 3.4 6.4 5.9 4.8
Nebraska 2001 6.3 31.2 -- 20.0 -- -- -- -- -- --
1996-2000 6.3 23.1 -- 17.4 3.3 15.4 3.3 -- 1.5 3.8
South Dakota 2001 8.4 41.7 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
1996-2000 8.3 29.0 -- 40.5 5.2 16.7 3.1 -- 2.6 3.6
Utah 2001 6.0 26.9 -- 11.1 -- 21.1 4.3 -- 1.9 5.5
  1996-2000 6.0 -- -- 19.4 3.8 24.0 2.7 -- 3.0 3.3
1Excludes military personnel and workers under age 16. Industry categories are based on the Standard Industrial Classification System (SIC). The Census of Fatal Injuries and Illnesses (CFOI) Program will transition to the North American Industry
Classification System (NAICS) in 2003.
2Includes the self-employed, family workers, and private household workers.
3Excludes forestry and fishing. Includes the self-employed and family workers.
4Excludes the self-employed and family workers. TCPU-Transportation, Communications, & Public Utilities. FIRE-Finance, Insurance, & Real Estate.
5Includes forestry and fishing. Excludes the self-employed, family workers, and private household workers.
6Includes workers in governmental organizations, regardless of industry. Excludes military personnel.
Note: Dashes indicate that a fatality rate was not calculated because the Current Population Survey (CPS) employment estimate was not statistically reliable, or there were fewer than five work injury fatalities.
Source: U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, in cooperation with state and federal agencies, Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries.


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