Occupational Health

Occupational Health indicators measure the health outcomes and demographics of Missouri workers.  These measures are used by citizens, governmental agencies, and businesses throughout the state to learn about and improve worker health.

Topics range from the type of workforce to specific health outcomes. Workforce demographics include age, race, ethnicity, gender, industry, and occupation. Health outcomes include information on burns, amputations, workers’ compensation claims, and some cancers.

Together these indicators form a picture of worker health in Missouri.

Blood Lead Levels

Employment

High-Risk Industries and Occupations

Mesothelioma

Musculoskeletal Disorders

Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Inspections

Pesticide Poisoning

Pneumoconiosis

Pneumoconiosis Deaths

Safety and Health Professionals

Worker's Compensation - Amputations

Worker's Compensation - Awards

Worker's Compensation - Carpal Tunnel

Work-Related Amputations

Work-Related Burns

Work-Related Deaths

Work-Related Hospitalizations

Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses

Work-Related Low Back Disorders

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