Table 4

Under-reporting estimates of non-fatal occupational injuries (n=82 949) by precarious employment dimensions in 2013 in Sweden

Total observedUnder-reporting % (95% CI)%Captured ISA (95% CI)%Captured AFA (95% CI)
Employment insecurityContractual relation insecurity
Directly employed76 03616.2 (16 to 16.5)70.8 (70.4 to 71.2)44.4 (44 to 44.7)
Agency employed105416.8 (14.4 to 19.3)70.6 (67 to 74.2)42.7 (39.8 to 45.5)
Directly employed and self-employed585915.8 (14.8 to 16.8)70.4 (68.9 to 71.8)46.8 (45.5 to 48.1)
Contractual temporariness
Stable67 87215.4 (15.1 to 15.7)72.0 (71.6 to 72.4)44.9 (44.6 to 45.3)
Unstable15 07720.0 (19.3 to 20.7)65.2 (65.2 to 66.1)42.6 (41.8 to 43.3)
Multiple jobs/sectors
1–2 employer in 1–2 sectors77 50416.0 (15.7 to 16.3)71.0 (70.6 to 71.5)44.8 (44.4 to 45.1)
3 or more employers in 1–2 sectors395121.4 (20.0 to 22.8)64.8 (63.1 to 66.6)39.2 (37.7 to 40.7)
3 or more employers in 3+ sectors149415.9 (13.9 to 17.8)70.7 (67.8 to 73.6)45.8 (43.4 to 48.1)
Income inadequacyIncome level
>200% of the median110121.9 (19.0 to 24.8)65.1 (61.5 to 68.8)37.3 (34.3 to 40.1)
120%–199% of the median18 20814.2 (13.7 to 14.7)72.4 (71.6 to 73.2)48.6 (47.9 to 49.4)
80%–119% of the median49 70416.1 (15.7 to 16.4)70.8 (70.3 to 71.3)45.0 (44.6 to 45.4)
60%–79% of the median10 33018.7 (17.8 to 19.7)69.6 (68.4 to 70.9)38.3 (37.4 to 39.2)
<60% of the median360621.6 (20.2 to 23.1)65.8 (63.9 to 67.7)36.8 (35.4 to 38.3)
  • AFA, AFA Insurance; ISA, Information System on Occupational Injuries.