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Industry health and safety data

You can use our industry data tools to identify opportunities to improve workplace health and safety. They are available to everyone, without creating an account. The information is available in charts and graphics, which are useful for research, reports, business planning, and general interest.

Provincial overview

Use this tool to see injury rates, claim costs and types, payroll, assessment rates, and injury management patterns in each industry over the past 10 years. You can focus your search by industry, subsector, classification unit, and employer size to see data most relevant to you. You can also incorporate charts, graphs, and data in your own reports and presentations.

Industry claims analysis: Time-loss claims in B.C.

Use this tool to get an in-depth look at the types of work-related injuries and claims that are driving costs in your industry. You can analyze claim counts and costs to get a better understanding of the claims in your industry and apply filters, like gender and age group, to help identify the areas where your health, safety, and wellness efforts should be focused.

Both of these applications allow you to focus your search by industry, subsector, classification unit, and employer size to see data most relevant to you. You can also incorporate charts, graphs, and data in your own reports and presentations.

Industry risks: Prevention data for planning workplace health and safety in B.C.

Employers can use this tool to understand WorkSafeBC’s injury prevention activities. You can access data from the past ten years showing workplace inspections, orders, and penalties across different industries.

This information can be used to:

  • Identify trends and patterns of prevention activities in specific industries and regions
  • Explore and understand the different levels of violations cited in each industry
  • Support your own research, reports, and business planning

Serious injuries: Data about workplace injuries in B.C.

See a comprehensive view of serious injuries in B.C. for the last five years. You can filter data by industry, occupation, age, gender, and region of the province. This information will help you to:

  • Identify trends and patterns of serious injuries in specific industries and sectors
  • Identify opportunities to improve your health and safety initiatives to prevent these injuries in your workplace
  • Support your own research, reports, and business planning

Work-related deaths: Data about workplace deaths in B.C.

Use this tool to learn about trends and patterns in work-related deaths in B.C. You can filter the data by incident, traumatic injury, disease, industry, age, region, and claim characteristics. This information will help you to:

  • Identify resources to help you plan, and improve health and safety
  • Identify trends in work-related deaths by industry and occupation
  • Support your own research, reports and business planning