Summer 2015:
Occupational Health in New Mexico
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Occupational Health in New Mexico

New Mexico Epidemiology: Workplace Fatalities in New Mexico, 2013

In the United States and New Mexico occupational-related fatalities remain of great concern. The NM OHSP tracks trends for occupational injury and fatalities.

A recent report presents 2013 workplace fatalities in New Mexico and comparisons with 2013 national data and 2012 state data. In 2013, the top two high-risk industries for workplace fatality in New Mexico were oil and gas-related and transportation.

To view the full report, visit NM OHSP, or click the button below for the PDF version.
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Reminder: Reporting Occupational Health Conditions

All health care providers and lab directors are required by state regulation to report certain occupational illnesses and/or injuries to the NM OHSP. 

Cases should be reported within 24 hours. Fax reports to (505) 841-5895 or call (505) 827-0006. 

Click the button below to download the reporting form and FAQs.
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OHSP Mission
To promote safe and healthy workplaces for all New Mexico by evaluating work-related injuries and illnesses; targeting intervention and prevention; and raising awareness among workers, employers, health care providers and the public.
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