- Report a Fatality or Severe Injury
- Regulatory Text - Reporting fatalities, hospitalizations, amputations, and losses of an eye as a result of work-related incidents to OSHA
- Year One of OSHA’s Severe Injury Reporting Program: An Impact Evaluation
- Worker Fatalities Reported to Federal OSHA
- Fatality Reports (Archived)
Severe Injury Reports
OSHA requires employers to report all severe work-related injuries, defined as an amputation, in-patient hospitalization, or loss of an eye. The requirement began on January 1, 2015. This page provides information from those reports, including a description of the incident and the name and address of the establishment where it happened. Injuries are coded using the Occupational Injury and Illness Classification System.
You can download a file of the reports below. The reports will be updated periodically and represent federal OSHA states only. They do not reflect injuries in state plans.
Please be aware the geocodes (latitude/longitude) provided were obtained through third party services based on address information provided with the injury report. The precision varies by case, and accuracy is not guaranteed.
(Data from 1/1/2015 through 5/31/2020)