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Within this site you will learn about NIOSH research and initiatives that use surveillance data to improve workplace safety and health. You will also find links to graphs and data about safety and health issues in various industry sectors, information about industry and occupation coding, and links to other surveillance resources. 

What is Occupational Health Surveillance?

Occupational Health Surveillance tracks work-related injuries, illnesses, hazards, deaths, and exposures. These surveillance data guide efforts to improve worker safety and health, and to monitor trends and progress over time.


Learn How NIOSH is Improving Worker Health and Safety Using Surveillance Data

NIOSH Surveillance Program

Learn how we use injury and illnesses tracking data to improve worker safety and health
Surveillance Data by Industry

View charts, graphs, surveillance data, and research materials by industry
Related Links & Resources

Learn about others who use or produce surveillance data and resources
NIOSH Surveillance Data & Statistics Resources

Learn about data we collect and our surveillance research initiatives
Industry and Occupation (I&O) Coding

Learn about I&O coding, training and free autocoding software available

Search NIOSH publications that used surveillance data
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