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Table 4 Overview Occupational injuries - non-fatal and fatal 2006

From: Social care and changes in occupational accidents and diseases - the situation in Eastern Europe in general and for skin diseases in particular

EU Members Occupational injuries
(non-fatal)
per 100,000
Fatal occupational injuries
per 100,000
Bulgaria 187 (2005)
5.8 (2005)
Czech Rep. 1830
3.4
Cyprus 745
6
Estonia 561
4.3
Greece 10,684 (total/2005)

772 (2003)
5.4 (2003)
Hungary 574
3.13
Latvia 177 (SLI)
6.9 (2004)
Lithuania 295
9.6
Poland 878
4.6
Romania 75
6
Slovakia 678
5
Slovenia 4437
3.8
Non-EU-Members   
Albania n.s. n.s.
Belarus 95
5.8
Bosnia-Herzegovina n.s. n.s.
Croatia 1645
5.0
▲▲
Mazedonia 1547 (2001)
- bisection in one year
n.s.
Rep. of Moldavia 82
4.7
Montenegro n.s n.s.
Serbia 21924 (total/2005) 0.8 (1999/WHO)
Turkey 29
20.5
▲▲
13.6 (2004)
Ukraine 160
8.3

lowest since 1997
  1. Trend in comparison to preceding year: ▲▲ = strong rise; ▲ = rise; = constant; = regressive; = strong regressive; n.s. = not specified