Who’s at Risk?
The millions of workers who drive to work or make repair calls, deliveries, and client visits are at risk of being involved in a motor vehicle collision.
Collisions are consistently the leading cause of work-related fatalities in the US and:
Leading cause of death of for:
- Executives, administrators and managers
- Clerical staff
- Military personnel
- Transportation workers
Second leading cause for:
- Service workers
|Transportation and material moving||842||73.7|
|Farming, Forestry and fishing||373||44.5|
|Precision production, craft and affair||234||21.2|
|Handlers, equipment cleaners, laborers||194||33.2|
|Executive, administrative and managerial||138||43.2|
|Technicians and related support||119||76.8|
|Machine operators and assemblers||25||14.8|
Reference: Grosz, Milton J. (1997). State of Florida Driver Improvement Course Evaluation: analysis of Basic Driver Improvement (BDI) Courses. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Fatal Occupational Injuries by occupation and event or exposure, 2002.