Archives Indicator

Occupational Fatalities 2007 (per 100,000 workers)

2007

Country Rate
USA 5.0
State Rate
Kentucky 8.0
County Rate
Adair 8.1
Allen 0.0
Anderson 6.7
Ballard 0.0
Barren 9.0
Bath 14.2
Bell 9.9
Boone 5.0
Bourbon 10.4
Boyd 1.6
Boyle 5.1
Bracken 32.6
Breathitt 12.3
Breckinridge 4.0
Bullitt 2.1
Butler 0.0
Caldwell 5.5
Calloway 1.9
Campbell 2.2
Carlisle 0.0
Carroll 13.6
Carter 2.9
Casey 0.0
Christian 10.3
Clark 2.0
Clay 9.2
Clinton 7.8
Crittenden 0.0
Cumberland 10.9
Daviess 5.1
Edmonson 13.4
Elliott 0.0
Estill 11.2
Fayette 3.9
Fleming 15.7
Floyd 16.7
Franklin 7.9
Fulton 21.4
Gallatin 0.0
Garrard 4.6
Grant 3.0
Graves 9.9
Grayson 3.1
Green 6.6
Greenup 6.5
Hancock 8.3
Hardin 4.7
Harlan 12.9
Harrison 22.8
Hart 8.9
Henderson 5.9
Henry 4.5
Hickman 0.0
Hopkins 12.7
Jackson 13.2
Jefferson 5.1
Jessamine 11.6
Johnson 0.0
Kenton 2.5
Knott 10.9
Knox 3.0
Larue 5.3
Laurel 7.3
Lawrence 17.7
Lee 26.6
Leslie 8.6
Letcher 11.5
Lewis 0.0
Lincoln 15.9
Livingston 7.0
Logan 5.2
Lyon 33.3
Madison 2.1
Magoffin 5.4
Marion 7.2
Marshall 5.4
Martin 0.0
Mason 8.1
McCracken 7.2
McCreary 46.8
McLean 16.4
Meade 0.0
Menifee 0.0
Mercer 9.8
Metcalfe 7.4
Monroe 6.2
Montgomery 12.4
Morgan 35.0
Muhlenberg 5.1
Nelson 0.0
Nicholas 10.1
Ohio 9.9
Oldham 4.4
Owen 6.8
Owsley 0.0
Pendleton 0.0
Perry 16.4
Pike 20.5
Powell 0.0
Pulaski 10.9
Robertson 0.0
Rockcastle 9.4
Rowan 0.0
Russell 14.2
Scott 7.6
Shelby 7.6
Simpson 8.2
Spencer 5.4
Taylor 3.1
Todd 5.9
Trigg 5.8
Trimble 8.4
Union 4.2
Warren 4.0
Washington 13.2
Wayne 0.0
Webster 10.2
Whitley 16.7
Wolfe 13.4
Woodford 7.8

Data Sources:

The Health of Kentucky: A County Assessment (Kentucky Department of Labor, Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries)

Description: Kentucky Institute of Medicine. The Health of Kentucky: A County Assessment. Lexington, KY; 2007. Authors' analysis of data from Kentucky Department of Labor, Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries (1999-2003).