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.
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.