Health and safety statistics are vital in identifying hazards associated with work.
They provide specific information about past events. However, a single statistical measure doesn’t identify a particular employer as good, bad, high-risk or low-risk.
Since hazards associated with work vary by industry, OHS recognizes the need to address industry-specific risks with focused strategies.
- 2016 OHS Data (PDF, 484 KB)
- 2015 OHS Data (PDF, 415 KB)
- 2014 OHS Data (PDF, 154 KB)
- 2013 OHS Data (PDF, 92 KB)
- 2012 OHS Data (PDF, 76 KB)
- 2016 Alberta Data (PDF, 488 KB)
- 2016 Agriculture and Forestry Data (PDF, 492 KB)
- 2016 Business and Professional Services Data (PDF, 488 KB)
- 2016 Construction and Construction Trades Data (PDF, 516 KB)
- 2016 Manufacturing, Packaging and Processing Data (PDF, 504 KB)
- 2016 Mining and Petroleum Development Data (PDF, 505 KB)
- 2016 Provincial and Municipal Government, Education and Health Services Data (PDF, 492 KB)
- 2016 Transportation, Communication and Utilities Data (PDF, 504 KB)
- 2016 Wholesale and Retail Data (PDF, 498 KB)
Archived data and reports
Go to Open Government Publications to find archived Occupational Injuries and Diseases in Alberta reports for major industries within Alberta.
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