Safety and Health Division (OSH)
The OSH Planning, Statistics and Information Management
(PSIM) Bureau compiles and analyzes OSH statistical data. The reports
published by the PSIM Bureau include:
Fatality Inspection Review (OFIR) - updated monthly
The OFIR Report is compiled based
on the event date by federal fiscal year (October
1 - September 30). The report lists only those workplace fatalities
that have been or are
being inspected by OSH. The report lists
fatality inspections by the OSH offices to which they are assigned:
Raleigh, Wilmington or Winston-Salem. Workplace
fatalities that have not been inspected by OSH (such as some heart
fatalities, etc.) are not included in this report.
To obtain a complete history of
each investigation, readers may access the OSHA database at
Enter the inspection number of the investigation listed in this
Any citations issued during the inspection
will be displayed along with other establishment information.
Most Frequently Cited Standards
reports are based on the federal fiscal year. The federal fiscal year
begins on October 1 (of the previous year) and ends on September 30
of the year listed below. Each report listed is accurate as of the date
the statistics were run. Changes can occur as a result of informal conferences,
settlement agreements or contestment of citations.
the most frequently cited federal or state
OSHA standards for a specified 2-, 3- or 4-digit Standard
Industrial Classification (SIC) code, please
access the OSHA Statistics and Data
Web page at: http://www.osha.gov/pls/imis/citedstandard.html
Safety and Health (OSH) Annual Comparison
Report (Program Statistics)
The report highlights North Carolina's occupational safety and
health program by federal fiscal year (October 1 - September 30).
Each report provides a three-year comparison ending with the fiscal
year listed. Example: 2011 compares OSH activity for the 2009,
2010 and 2011 federal fiscal years. Each new report will overlap
two years of the previous report.
For more information about OFIR, Most Frequently Cited Standards
Report, or OSH Annual Comparison Report (Program Statistics), please contact the PSIM Bureau
at (919) 807- 2950. Reports from prior years may also be available, please
contact the PSIM Bureau directly to inquire.
Note: New Construction and Building Permit Data.
NCDOL discontinued collecting this data in 2001. This information
be obtained from the U.S.
Census Web site.
Research and Policy Section
The Research and Policy Safety and Health Survey Section within NCDOL's Research and Information Technology Division collects,
reviews, refines and publishes injury and illness survey data for
certification by the U.S. Bureau of
Labor Statistics (BLS). The data is used by the U.S. Department
of Labor to provide an accurate measurement of the work-related injury
and illness rates, and demographic and case characteristics data
on employees across the United States. The section conducts the BLS-sponsored
Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries (CFOI) and the Survey of Occupational
Injuries and Illnesses (SOII).
For questions about CFOI or SOII, contact Bureau of Labor Statistics
at (202) 691-5200 or email@example.com.
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