Occupational Health and Safety Indicators - Minnesota Department of Health

Occupational Health and Safety Data
Occupational Health and Safety Indicators

The occupational health and safety indicators (OHIs) were created through a joint effort of scientists and epidemiologists at the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) and the Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists (CSTE). The indicators use a wide variety of secondary data sources to provide a common set of measures of occupational health and safety that can be compared and monitored over time and utilized for establishing state priorities for education and prevention initiatives. The rationale for, and detailed definition of, each OHI can be found on the CSTE web site.

Each of the indicators describes a specific measure of occupational health and safety. Indicators listed are linked to more information about its definition, rates and trends in Minnesota, interpretations, and limitations.

The Occupational Health Indicators Report (PDF) provides the Minnesota indicators for all available years.

Occupational Injury and Illness Indicators

Occupational Exposure and Hazard Indicators

Occupational Intervention Indicators

Occupational Socioeconomic Indicators

Updated Friday, 10-May-2019 12:32:57 CDT