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Average number of days of temporary incapacity per worker injured: number of workdays not worked through temporary incapacity to work / number of workers injured. Rates of injury (for all occupational injuries and for fatal injuries): number of occupational injuries leading to absence from work for at least one day or to death / average annual employment. (...) Documentation Series available: The following series are available for 1985, 1990 and 1995 onwards: number of occupational injuries leading to absence from work for at least one day or death: total and rate per 1,000 workers; number of occupational injuries leading to death: total and rate per 1,000 workers; expenditure on health and safety; number of occupational injuries, of which fatal injuries, by sex and economic activity; percentage distribution of occupational injuries, of which fatal injuries: for men and for women, by economic activity; for each economic activity, by sex.
Language:English
Score: 1330370.1 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM8/E/BY.html
Data Source: un
Time lost because of occupational injuries: workdays of absence from work (excluding rest days and public holidays) resulting from temporary incapacity caused by an occupational accident and certified by a medical leave certificate. (...) Rates of all occupational injuries and of fatal injuries per 1,000 employees. Historical background of the series The statistics were first compiled in 1970, on the basis of information provided each year by enterprises in form 7-TVN (Temporary incapacity for work and occupational injuries).
Language:English
Score: 1325149 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM8/E/MD.html
Data Source: un
Maximum period for death to be considered a fatal occupational injury: not applicable. Types of information compiled (a) personal characteristics of persons injured: five-year age groups; (b) amount of worktime lost: number of days of temporary incapacity, and temporary and permanent incapacity; (c) characteristics of accidents: type of accident and unsafe act; (d) characteristics of injuries: type of injury, part of body injured, type of incapacity and type of disease; (e) characteristics of employers or workplaces: economic activity. (...) Information is compiled on the number of days of temporary incapacity by type of injury (occupational accident, commuting accident or occupational disease). (...) Occupational diseases, by: federated entity; economic activity; type of disease. Number of days of temporary incapacity, permanent incapacity and fatality, by type of injury.
Language:English
Score: 1317777.1 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM8/E/MX.html
Data Source: un
Types of occupational accidents covered The statistics cover compensated injuries due to all types of occupational accidents. (...) Maximum period for death to be considered a fatal occupational injury: none. Measurement of worktime lost Worktime lost is measured in terms of calendar days, from the day following the day of the accident to the day before the return to work, for cases of temporary incapacity to work. (...) The data base is updated on a continuous basis with all information obtained during the processing of the injury files. Data reported: The following information is reported inter alia : information about the employer: economic activity, number of employees; information about the injured person: age, sex, occupation, length of service in post, whether on training programme; information about the accident: date, time, hours worked at the time of the accident, part of machine causing the accident, description of the accident, site of the accident (type of location), agent of injury, form of movement of agent of injury, activity of victim, effect on victim; information about the injury: part of body injured; nature of injury, number of days lost, whether the injury was fatal, led to a permanent disability or temporary incapacity.
Language:English
Score: 1306974.8 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM8/E/IT.html
Data Source: un
Worktime lost: the period of temporary total incapacity suffered by the injured employee. (...) Estimates Total number of occupational injuries. Rates of fatal injuries, using persons employed as the denominator. (...) Part II (to be completed only if the injury results in temporary incapacity for not more than seven days and no permanent incapacity): period of sick leave (dates of each period) and total number of sick leave days; amount of compensation paid or to be paid.
Language:English
Score: 1296606 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM8/E/HK.html
Data Source: un
Source Reports of occupational injuries submitted to the Dominica Social Security. (...) Fatal occupational injury: an injury resulting in the death of the insured person. (...) Measurement of worktime lost Worktime lost is measured in workdays, only for occupational injuries causing temporary incapacity to work. Temporary absences from work for medical treatment are not counted as worktime lost.
Language:English
Score: 1291945.1 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM8/E/DM.html
Data Source: un
Types of occupational accidents covered The statistics cover reported injuries due to all types of occupational accidents. (...) Maximum period for death to be considered a fatal occupational injury: not available. Types of information compiled (a) personal characteristics of workers injured: sex, adult/juvenile (under/over 18 years); (b) amount of worktime lost; (c) characteristics of accidents: not available; (d) characteristics of injuries: fatal, permanent incapacity, temporary incapacity; (e) characteristics of employers or workplaces: economic activity. (...) Classifications (a) fatal or non-fatal accidents; (b) extent of disability: temporary or permanent incapacity; (c) economic activity; (d) occupation: none; (e) type of injury: none; (f) cause of accident: none; (g) duration of absence from work: not available; (h) characteristics of workers: not available; (i) characteristics of accidents: not available; (j) characteristics of employers or workplaces: not available.
Language:English
Score: 1273862.9 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM8/E/AZ.html
Data Source: un
Maximum period for death to be considered a fatal occupational injury: one day. Types of information compiled (a) personal characteristics of persons injured: sex; date of birth; nationality; social security institution; usual place of employment; date of entry into service; occupational category; occupation; (b) amount of worktime lost: number of days compensated; (c) characteristics of accidents: accidents occurring on the way to or from work or at the workplace; whether the injured person was engaged in his usual occupation at the time of the accident; date and time; place; material agency; type of accident; (d) characteristics of injuries: part of body injured; nature of injury; estimated duration of temporary incapacity; projected rate of permanent disability; (e) characteristics of employers or workplaces: economic activity; number of workers; language used in the case. (...) It is compiled for all types of occupational injuries as follows: temporary incapacity to work: on the basis of the number of days compensated; permanent incapacity to work: as a projected percentage of permanent incapacity and as standard days lost, where relevant; fatal injuries: in days preceding death, if applicable. (...) Reference period Year. An injury is included in the statistics for the period (year) in which the accident occurred.
Language:English
Score: 1264655.9 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM8/E/BE.html
Data Source: un
[67-GEN]  Presentation of the Technical Session on "Injury to person touching electrical and electronic equipment inside a structure due to lightning"   Français   Español     Home : ITU-T : SG 5 : Temporary Documents (Meeting 2008-11-24) : 67-GEN Recently posted  -  Search Meeting Documents     [67-GEN]  Presentation of the Technical Session on "Injury to person touching electrical and electronic equipment inside a structure due to lightning" Format Size Posted English Zip (Document)   545884 bytes 2008-11-26 [67-GEN]    Document : ITU-T SG 5  (Study Period 2009)  Temporary Document  67-GEN Title : Presentation of the Technical Session on "Injury to person touching electrical and electronic equipment inside a structure due to lightning" Date : 2008-11-26 Source : Chairman of Working Party 1/5 AI/Question : Q10/5, Q11/5, Q13/5, Q4/5, Q5/5, Q6/5, Q9/5 Access : Restricted to TIES users  [ITU-T] Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact Us  -  Copyright © ITU  2008 All Rights Reserved Contact for this page :  TSB EDH Updated : 2008-11-26  
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Score: 1252030.5 - https://www.itu.int/md/T09-SG0...081124-TD-GEN-0067/_page.print
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Temporary absences of less than one day are not included. (...) Estimates Totals for injuries, workdays lost, injuries by type of medical treatment, degree of complexity of the injuries, or both, is calculated on the basis of the number of injuries for one year, plus a percentage increase. (...) The definitions of occupational accident, occupational injury, commuting accident, temporary incapacity and permanent incapacity are the same as those used by the Instituto Nicaragüense de Seguridad Social.
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Score: 1247979.1 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM8/E/NI.html
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