The 10 Most Hazardous Jobs in the U.S.

Hazardous jobs: is your job on the list?

This infographic lists the 10 most hazardous jobs in the United States in 2014. This data is published annually by the Bureau of Labor Statistics and includes the jobs that had the highest rate of fatal injuries for full-time employees in 2014. The numbers used reflect the number of deaths per 100,000 full-time employees. Take a look to learn whether your job is on the list. Some dangerous jobs may seem obvious, but others might surprise you.  Infographic provided by

Hazardous jobs: is your job on the list?
Hazardous jobs: is your job on the list?

Leading Causes of Workplace Injuries

Workplace injures can be avoided

The 10 causes of workplace injuries listed in this infographic make up 85% of all workplace injuries in the U.S. and cost $55.4 billion annually, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Odds are you encounter hazards that could cause some of these injuries. Take a look at the list so you’re aware of potential dangers to pay attention to in your workplace. If your facility experiences any of these injury types frequently, it may be time to take action.  Provided by


The Hazards of Manual Handling

We have put together an infographic based  on the hazards of manual handling and how injuries caused by handling have affected those involved. These statistics have been drawn from HSE’s 2013-2014 report and show how common handling injuries are, how they have affected companies, and what industries have the most reported handling-based accidents in the workplace. We offer a range of manual handling products that are designed to help prevent injuries such as the ones featured in the infographic that can be used for a variety of different jobs. Infographic provided by