All Injuries looks at preventable injuries and preventable injury-related deaths across age, gender and race by all causes. This comprehensive overview of injury and fatality statistics is the best place to start.
Occupational data looks at preventable injury and death in the workplace. The data covers rates, costs, nature of injuries and illnesses and trends across industries.
Motor vehicle data examines preventable injury and preventable injury-related death on our roads. Data examines the effects of speeding, alcohol, fatigue and assistive safety features. It also examines the involvement of young drivers, pedestrian, motorcycles and pedestrians in these incidents.
HOME AND COMMUNITY
Home and community data includes all preventable injuries and preventable injury-related deaths that are not work-related and do not involve motor vehicles on streets or highways. The data covers incidents that take place in homes and private property as well as as public spaces.
State Data covers all preventable injury and preventable injury-related death, organized as state level data.
International data looks at preventable injuries and preventable injury-related deaths across the globe. Occupational, motor vehicle and general injury and mortality data is covered using the World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Labour Organization as primary sources.