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Table 2: Fatal Occupational Injuries in Wyoming by Industry, 1998-2000
1998 Fatalities 1999 Fatalities 2000 Fatalities
         
Industry     Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent
         
Total 33 100.0 32 100.0 36 100.0
         
Private Industry 30 90.9 32 100.0 32 88.9
         
Agriculture 5 15.2 8 25.0 4 11.1
Agricultural production - livestock 4 12.1 8 25.0 - -
Livestock, except dairy and poultry 4 12.1 7 21.9 - -
Beef cattle, except feedlots - - 7 21.9 - -
         
Mining 5 15.2 6 18.8 9 25.0
Oil & gas extraction 3 9.1 4 12.5 7 19.4
Oil & gas field services 3 9.1 4 12.5 7 19.4
Oil & gas field services, not elsewhere classified - - - - 5 13.9
         
Construction 4 12.1 4 12.5 4 11.1
Heavy construction, except building 3 9.1 - - - -
         
Manufacturing 3 9.1 - - - -
         
Transportation, Communications, & Public Utilities 8 24.2 6 18.8 6 16.7
Trucking & warehousing 8 24.2 5 15.6 5 13.9
Trucking & courier services, except air 7 21.2 5 15.6 5 13.9
Trucking, except local 7 21.2 5 15.6 - -
         
Services 3 9.1 4 12.5 5 13.9
         
Government* 3 9.1 - - 4 11.1
* Includes fatalities of workers employed by governmental organizations regardless of industry.
Dashes indicate no data reported or data that do not meet publication criteria.
NOTE: Totals for major categories may include subcategories not shown separately due to confidentiality. Percentages may not add to totals because of rounding.
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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