Table 1

The number of injuries in the industrial settings stratified into sex and age according to ED injuries only (A), and in ED and/or reported injuries (B+C)

Only ED injuries (A)ED and/or reported injuries (B+C)
Industrial settings and subsectors/characteristicsN(t)Sex and ageN(%)N(%)dfp Value
All industries49 641Female550337.4920462.620000
Male19 58656.115 33843.9
15–29963263.9543636.130000
30–39663551.6621548.4
40–80882240.612 90159.4
Health and social services6023Female120671.1375986.920000
 Health services sectors (N=1662)Male49128.956713.1
 Social services sectors (N=4361)15–2945426.876417.730000
30–3941824.6100023.1
40–8082548.6256259.2
Construction, agriculture, transport13 831Female7468.670113.520000
 Construction (N=8020)Male790791.4447786.5
 Agriculture (N=2070)15–29348740.3139026.830000
 Transport (N=3741)30–39227526.3129425.0
40–80289133.4249448.2
Industrial manufacturing14 058Female68310.4119816.020000
 Metal manufacturing (N=9220)Male589789.6628084.0
 Food manufacturing (N=2419)15–29205331.2152320.430000
 Miscellaneous manufacturing (N=2419)30–39193729.4215828.9
40–80259039.4379750.8
Service12 924Female262635.8301253.920000
 Office (N=1954)Male471464.2257246.1
 Education (N=2562)15–29339946.3131923.630000
 Retail (N=6926)30–39177424.2132823.8
 Hotels and restaurants (N=1482)40–80216729.5293752.6
Miscellaneous and undefined sectors2805Female24229.654427.420.2
Male57770.5144272.6
15–2923929.244022.230000
30–3923128.243521.9
40–8034942.6111155.9
  • ED, emergency department.