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Minority Farm Operator Occupational Injury Surveillance of Production Agriculture (M-OISPA) Survey

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M-OISPA Occupational Injury Tables - Racial Minority Operated Farms

Occupational injury data include information such as the nature of the injury, the source of the injury, and the body part injured. The distribution of injury estimates are also provided by various demographic characteristics (e.g., age, sex, type of farm). Detailed injury information was only collected for the two most recent occupational injury events that occurred on a racial minority operated farm.

National estimates of occupational injuries to all working adults (20 years and older) on racial minority operated US farms by:

type of adult worker (pdf, excel)
type of adult worker and race of the farm operator (pdf, excel)
type of adult worker and region (pdf, excel)
type of adult worker and sex (pdf, excel)
type of adult worker and age group (pdf, excel)
type of adult worker and type of farm (pdf, excel)
type of farm and age group (pdf, excel)
nature of injury (pdf, excel)
body part (pdf, excel)
injury event (pdf, excel)
source of injury (pdf, excel)
source of injury and sex (pdf, excel)
demographic characteristics - all years combined (pdf, excel)
injury characteristics - all years combined (pdf, excel)

National estimates of occupational injuries to working household adults (20 years and older) on racial minority operated U.S. farms by:

region (pdf, excel)
sex (pdf, excel)
age group (pdf, excel)
type of farm (pdf, excel)
nature of injury (pdf, excel)
body part (pdf, excel)
injury event (pdf, excel)
source of injury (pdf, excel)
demographic characteristics – all years combined (pdf, excel)
injury characteristics – all years combined (pdf, excel)

 

 
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