Dataset [Database], Product code: lmp_expme_fi, updated on 21-Dec-2016

Dataset [Tables], Product code: sdg_08_60, updated on 11-Dec-2017

The indicator measures the number of people killed in accidents that occur during the course of work and lead to the death of the victim within one year. The incidence rate refers to the number of accidents per 100 000 persons in employment. An accident at work is 'a discrete occurrence

Dataset [Database], Product code: lmp_partme_fi, updated on 21-Dec-2016

Dataset [Tables], Product code: tsdph400, updated on 12-Dec-2017

) incidence rate is calculated, for each country and economic sector, as the number of accidents at work (with 4 calendar days of absence from work or more) divided by the number of employed persons working in the relevant country and economic sector A, C, D, …N according to the NACE classification

Dataset [Database], Product code: hsw_ind, updated on 09-Nov-2009

Dedicated sections [Eurostat], updated on 24-Apr-2015

international campaign to promote safe, healthy and decent work. It is held on 28 April and has been observed by the International Labour Organization (ILO) since 2003.      …that the standardised incidence rate of fatal accidents in the EU28 was higher for men (3...

Dataset [Database], Product code: hsw_ac10, updated on 18-Nov-2015

Dataset [Database], Product code: hsw_mi05, updated on 11-Dec-2017

Dedicated sections [GDP and beyond], updated on 27-Mar-2015

absence) is the number of persons involved in accidents at work with more than 3 days' absence per 100 000 persons in employment. The incidence rate of fatal accidents at work is the number of persons with fatal accidents at work per 100 000 persons ...

Dataset [Database], Product code: hsw_aw_inaws, updated on 16-Jan-2012