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WORK INJURIES STATISTICS
STATISTIQUES SUR LES ACCIDENTS DU TRAVAIL
1982-1984
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STATISTIQUE CANADA
MARS 1986
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TABLE DES
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Introduction
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Table
MATIERES
Introduction
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5
Tableau
1.1 Number of Accepted Time-Loss Injuries.
by Accident Type and Province, 19821984
1.1 Nombre d'accidents acceptes avec pert*
temps, selon ie genre
d'accldent at Is
province, 1982-1984
1.2 Percentage Distributions of Accepted
Time-Loss Injuries, by Accident Type
and Province. 1982-1984
1.2 RepartitIon an pourcentage du nombre
d'accident acceptés avec porte de temps,
selon le genre d'accident at is province,
1982-1984
2.1 Number of Accepted Time-Loss Injuries
by Source of Injury and Province.
1982- 1984
2.2 Percentage Distributions of Accepted
Time-Loss Injuries, by Source of
Injury and ProvInce, 1982-1984
2
3.1 Number of Accepted Time-Loss Injuries,
by Nature of Injury and Province.
1982- 1984
•
Percentage Distributions of Accepted
Time-Loss Injuries, by Nature of
Injury and Province, 1982-1984
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14
17
19
de
9
10
2.1 Nombre d'accldents acceptCs avec perto-de
temps, Solon l'ager,t causal as is lesion
at is province, 1982-1984 11
2.2 RepartItion an pourcentage du nombre
d'accldent acceptés avec parts de temps,
selon iagent causal
de is lesion at is
province. 1982-1984
14
3.1 Nombre daccidents acceptés avec perts do
temps. selon la nature de is lesion at is
province, 1982-1984 17
3.2 Repartition an pourcentage du nombre
daccident ácceptés avec Porte de temps,
scion is nature do is lesion at is province, 1982-1984
19
4.1 Number of Accepted Time-Loss Injuries.
by Part of Body and Province, 19821984
4.1 Nombre d'accidents acceptés avec perts do
temps, selon le siege de la lesion at la
province, 1982-1984 21
4.2 Percentage Distributions of Accepted
Time-Loss Injuries, by Part of Body
and Province, 1982-1984
4.2 Repartition an pourcentage du nombra
daccident acceptes avec perte de temps,
solon Is siege
de is lesion at is provin
ce, 1982-1984
22
5.1 Nombre d'accidents acceptés avac perte de
temps, solon le sexe at is province. 1982
-1984
23
22
5.1 Number of Accepted Time-Loss Injuries,
by Sex and province. 1982-1984 23
5.2 Percentage Distributions of Accepted
Time-Loss Injuries, by Sex and Province,
1982-1984
23
5.2 Repartition en pourcentage du nombre
d'accident acceptés avec perts do temps,
selori le soxe at ia provInce, 1982-1984
23
6.1 Number of Accepted Time-Loss Injuries,
by Age-Group and Province, 1982-1984 24
6.1 Nombre d'accldents acceptés avec porte
temps, selon le groups d'age at la province, 1982-1984
6.2 Percentage Distributions of Accepted
Time-Loss Injuries, by Age-Group and
Province, 1982-1984 25
do
6.2 RepartItion an pourcentage du nombra
d'accident acceptes avec perte de temps,
selon le groupe d'áge at la province,
1982- 1984
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TABLE OF CONTENTS - Concluded
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TABLE DES MATIERES - fin
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Tableau
Table
7.1 Number of Accepted Time-Loss Injuries,
by Occupation and Province. 1982-1984 26
7.1 Nombre dacc1dents acceptés avec perte de
temps. selon la profession at Is province.
1982-1984
26
7.2 Percentage Distributions of Accepted
Time-Loss Injuries, by Occupation and
ProvInce. 1982-1984 28
7.2 RepartitIon an pourcentage du nombre
d'accident acceptés avec porte de tampa.
selon Is profession at Is province, 19821984
28
8.1 Number of Accepted Time-Loss Injuries,
by Industry and Province. 1982-1984 30
8.1 Nombre d'accidents acceptés avec perte de
temps, salon lactiv1tC economique at Is
provInce, 1982-1984 30
8.2 Percentage Distributions of Accepted
Time-Loss Injuries, by Industry and
ProvInce, 1982-1984 35
8.2 RepartItion an pourcentage du nombre
d'accldent acceptCs avec perte do tomps,
salon l'activlté economique at Is province, 1982-1984 Concepts and Methods
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Conc.pts at mCthod.s
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INTRODLJCT ION
A:.oximately one million Canadians are
JLJred every year in work related accidents. About one-half of these injuries
result in disabilities sufficiently severe
that employees need to take time off work
to recover.
Chaque année, a
Canadi ens sont
travail . Environ
entrainent une
sérieuse pour que
du travail afin d
Programs to protect workers against wage
loss and to assist them in their recovery
if they were injured in the course of their
employment have been established in Canada
as early as 1915. Today, legislation has
been enacted by the federal and all
provincial and territorial governments to
protect workers under their jurisdiction
against the consequences of industrial
injuries and illnesses.
Ii existe au Canada, depuis 1915, des pro-.
grammes visant a protéger les travailleurs
contre les pertes de revenu et a les aider a
se rétablir s'ils sont blesses au travail.
De nos jours, les administrations fédérale,
provinciales et territoriales ont adopté des
lois pour protéger les travailleurs de leur
secteur de competence contre les conséquences des accidents du travail et des
mal adies professionnel les.
In Canada workers' compensation is based on
the principle of collective liability. It
may. be viewed as a type of compulsory
insurance. Under this system all eligible
11oyees receive protection; however, they
CO
precluded from taking legal action
q,iinst their employer.
Au Canada, la reparation des accidents du
travail est fondée sur le principe de la
responsabilité collective; elle peut étre
considérée come un type d'assurance obligatoire. Selon ce systCme, tous les employés
admissibles sont protégés; toutefois, ils ne
peuvent pas intenter de poursuites judi-.
ciaires contre leur employeur.
Coverage under workers' compensation is
compulsory, excepting exclusions specified
in the various acts. For example, the laws
may exempt small businesses or industries
such as agriculture or domestic service.
However, as a rule, exempted undertakings
may apply for voluntary coverage.
Ii est obligatoire d'adhêrer aux programes
de reparation des accidents du travail;
cependant, les diverses lois prévoient
quelques exceptions. Par exemple, les lois
peuvent exempter les petites eritreprises ou
industries, comme l'agriculture ou les
services domestiques. Toutefois, les entreprises exemptées peuvent en général adherer
volontairement aux programes.
The Workers'Compensation Boardsare
responsible for administering the acts in
their respective jurisdictions. Important
functions, in this context, are to adjudicate whether or not workers are eligible
for benefits and to decide on a process
leading to their rehabilitation.
Les comissions des accidents du travail
sont responsables de l'application des lois
dans leur secteur de competence. Elles
doivent par consequent effectuer des tâches
importantes, soit declarer si Ufl travailleur
est admissible ou non aux indemnisations et
determiner sa méthode de rêadaptation.
e
peu près un million de
victimes d'accidents du
la moitié cle ces accidents
incapacité suffisamment
l'employê doive s'absenter
recouvrer la sante.
Given the large number of work related
injuries and illnesses occuring every year
as well as rising costs to employers and
employees affected by industrial accidents,
there has been a growing need for detailed
national work injury and illness statistics. To respond to these needs a program
was established to utilize Workers' Compensation Board claim records for statistical
purposes.
Vu le nombre êlevé de mal adies profes
nelles et d'accidents du travail oL
chaque année ainsi que la hausse de
que doivent assumer les employeurs L
employés touches par ces accidents, le
besoin de statistiques nationales sur les
accidents du travail et les maladies professionnelles s'est fait de plus en plus
sentir. Pour répondre a ce besoin, on a mis
sur pied un progranine prévoyant l'utilisation des demandes d'indemnisation des
comissions des accidents du travail a des
fins statistiques.
The National Work Injuries Statistics
Program is a co-operative arrangement under
which the provincial and territorial
Workers' Compensation Boards participate as
data suppliers and Statistics Canada is
responsible for establishing and maintaining standards and the processing and
release of the data. The objective of the
Program is to develop and maintain a multipurpose data bank which will permit
comparisons of work injuries statistics
between the provinces and territories and
with other countries.
Le Programme national de statistiques sur
les accidents du travail repose sur un
accord collectif sel on lequel les commissions des accidents du travail provinciales
et territoriales fournissent des données et
Statistique Canada a la responsabilité de
l'établissement et de l'entretien des normes
ansi que celle du traftement et de la
publication des données. Il sert a crêer et
a mettre a jour une base de données polyvalente permettant d'établir des comparaisons entre les provinces et les te
toires et avec d'autres pays.
The information collected by the National
Work Injuries Statistics Program includes
all time-loss injuries and illnesses recognized by the Boards. Thus, the data contained in this report represent a census of
all work related injuries and illnesses
resulting in compensation for wage loss
and/or permanent disability.
Le Programme national de statistiques scr
les accidents du travail recueille des
renseignements sur tous les accidents et
maladies entranant une perte de temps qui
sont reconnus par les commissions. Par
consequent, les données du present rapport
constituent l'inventafre de toutes les
maladies professionnelles et de tous les
accidents du travail pour lesquels l'employé
a touché une indemnité de perte de revenu ou
d'incapacitC permanente, ou les deux.
This report contains the first statistics
released under the aegis of the National
Work Injuries Statistics Program. Care has
been taken to provide accurate information;
nonetheless, there still exist a number of
items which need to be resolved. For
example, the data originate from records
compiled by administrative systems which
differ from province to province. Ibwever,
Le present rapport contient les premieres
statistiques publiées dans le cadre du
Programme national de statistiques sur les
accidents du travail . Nous avons tenté de
fournir des renseignements précis; ii reste
néanmoins un certain nombre de points
régler.Par exemple, les données sont
tirées de dossiers tenus selon des systèmes
de gestion différents d'une province a
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'en the need for the data, as is evident
n the many inquiries that have been
eived, a few of these issues remain to
be resolved. To gain an understanding of
the data and their limitations the reader
is advised to peruse the section following
the tables which describes the statistics'
concepts and methods.
l'autre.Toutefois, devant le besoin de
données dont témoignait le no4nbre êlevê de
demandes reçues, nous avons résolu la
plupart d'entre eux. Pour comprendre les
données et leurs limites, le lecteur est
prié de consul ter la section qui vient après
les tableaux et qui consiste en une
description des concepts et mêthodes.
Inquiries about the Program and requests
for additional data, available on a cost
recovery basis, may be made to:
Veuillez addresser vos questions sur le
Programme ou vos demandes de données
supplémentaires (disponibles moyennant le
recouvrement des frais) :
Horst Stiebert
Statistics Canada
National Work Injuries Statistics Program
Labour Division
Ottawa, Ontario
K1A 016
lbrst Stiebert
Statistique Canada
Programe national de statistiques sur les
accidents du travail
Division du travail
Ottawa (Ontario)
K1A 0T6
Tel.: (613) 990-9900
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TLE 1.1Number of Accepted Time—Loss Injuries, by Accident Type and Province, 1982— 1984
ABLEAU 1 1
Nombre
doccidents acceptés avec perte
Code
Genre d'accdent
Struck against
020
Struck by
030
Fell from elevation
SievE
050
Fell on name level
d'accdent et
Ia province, "982 - 1984
New-PrinceNovaNew
found- EdwardScotia Stuns-
Columbia
lendIslandwick
Total
QuEbecQnterio Meni-Saskat- Alberta
Terre- Tie-du- Nou-lieu' tobechewanColomNeuve Prince-veils- vaau- biSBri
Edouerd tcoss. Brun-
tenniqus
swick
Accident Type
010
de temps, selon le genre
Heurter 1982
1983
1984
37.61072795
35.459473109
37.15431995
94592415,417 10.336 1,6551,1902,7143,507
85589514,41410.352 1,5811.2502,0563,484
75487314.46011,353 2,2421.2902,4243,344
tte heurtB per 1982
1983
1984
92.5662.069215
92,6492,409381
103,1492.551328
2.6082,13028.09928,3824,3743.3198,39812,912
2.5912,01229.34228,8213,8613.3247.42112.487
2,4972,07235,46933,9194.4092.9817.01411,909
Chute d'un point sur1982
1983
1984
35,304440102
33,713 509108
33.49545095
8746479.4217,7401,4391,1504,4339,058
8046299.2337.9231,3811.1693,5938,344
7895438.9238,8151,5431,2813,3177,739
Chute en mAine nlveeu1982
1983
1984
43.6181,143254
40.551825193
42.191 541219
2,10265312.494 13,728 1,6601,3044,0175,263
2.02761412,64112.9791,6241,3332,9445,471
1,89964312,79815,2461,6561,2683.1185,203
060
Caught in, under, or between - ttre coincS 1982
dana, sous ou entre den objet!1983
1984
34.69537092
34,148294101
35.10216493
66369312,608 10,7131.0488753.6214.013
66470612.47710,9299569782.9974.046
77267812.158 12,4491.2211,1362.7863,645
080
Rubbed or abraded - LESiOnS per frottement 1982
1983
Cu ebrasion
1984
16,119- 15,125•16,192- -
-15411.105 979278771.9742.152
xx25611,7459532551591,0341,776
Réection do 'organisms1982
1983
1984
52.34850.037- 53.220-
x1,26617,33920,3601,2871,8534,4465,795
-1,23015,787 20,4031,2081,8224,209 5,378
x1,14216,442 22.9151,9691,8154,2994,635
1 982
¶983
1984
123,8832.161525
127.2952.408561
134,433 2,744529
4,3032.44036,67639.4875.4324,13410,97817,747
4,4712.54638,06942,7375,3344,16910,00616,994
4.5792.74035.76150,841 6,4454,41410.21316,167
ontactxrrreiecr:currei' - EIIersdu1982
contacs evec l e courant êlecnrique1983
1984
703xxxx
70513xx
645xxx
171325721929302494
14II22126528342490
II1423721628302384
ISO
Contact with extreme temperatures - Cf lets1982
do contact evec den temperatures extrBmes 1983
1984
11.53616453
10,78113153
11,68310148
2102063,5143.4765384211,3031,651
2231863.5743.3424544589351,399
2251783,8553.8125714781.0351,380
180
Contact with radiation. Ceustics, toxic and 1982
noxious subs. - Contect avec des rdie- 1983
tions. subs. ceust. , toxiques Cu nocives 1984
11,516 8954
9.14110725
10,7515238
5141603.7423.4994653381.2831.432
3181363,1773,1804522899101,147
2561283.6093.6706103538671,168
200
Public transportation accidents - Accidents 1982
survenus dens us vShicule de transport pu- 1983
blic
1984
353- x
336- x
391x-
noococooc114tOooc68129
ocx11102xxxxx55144
ocxXXX13911xx63152
300
Motor-vehicle eccidents - Accidents do yE-1982
hicule eutomObile
1983
1984
5,252664.946305,19730-
711151,3421.556253783838737
54651,4471,540250293585681
37971,3021.758290273707703
400
VehiCle accidents. P1CC.Accident do yE- 1982
huculi, N.C.A. 1983
1984
406x)OO(
427x10
544- 15
18xxx7827811-
IIxoc 8228227-
I?xx12638616- - -
899
Accident type. N.E.C. - Genre d'sccident, 1982
1983
N.C.A. 1984
2.73952811
2,80817015
2,94423316
39noes12853960311701,224
39xx15291920391701,279
441417987113162241.334
999
Unclassified, insufficient data - DonnEes 1982
non classEes, insuffisentes1983
1984
8,968- 24
12,07943065
22,07293316
1282737,0505111922567068
732859.6406171521763899
4432019.4344257920054180
478,287 7,766 1,499
470,800 7,808 1,627
500,153 8.223 1,495
12.501 9,696 159.288 141.917 18.558 15,239 44,941 56,882
12,156 9,530 160.796
115.412 17.759 15,507 37.346 62.949
11,940 9,704 175.001 167,748 21.358 15,700 37,665 59.319
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-
ly reaction
exerr 0-
-
-
-
-
-
Ecrts excess Is TOTAL
L___.~
1982
1983
1984
-19710,529 1,02156'1088031.906
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TABLE 1.2Percentage Distributions of Accepted Time-Loss injuries, by Accident Type and Province, 1982- 1984
TABLEAU 1.2 Repartition an pourcentage du nombre d'accidents acceptes avec perte de temps, salon Ia genre daccident
Is province, 1982-1984 New-PrinceNovaNew
found- EdwardScotia Bruns-
lendIsland
wick
Total
QuAbecOntario P4ani-Saskal- Alberta
Terre- Tie-du- Nou-Nou-
tobechewan
Neuve Prince- velle- veeu-
tdouerdEcosse Bruit-
swi ck
Accident Type Code
Genre deccident 010
Struckagainst-Keurter
1982
1983
1984
7.9
7.5
7.3
9.4
6.1
3.9
6.3
6.7
6.4
7.6
7.0
6.3
9.5
9.4
9.0
9.7
9.0
8.2
7.3
7.1
6.8
8.9
8.9
1015
7.8
8.1
8.2
6.0
5.5
6.4
020
Struckby -Etre heurtA per
1982
1983
1984
19.4
19.7
20.3
26.6
30.9
31.0
18.3
23.4
21,9
20.9
21.3
20.9
22.0
21.1
21.4
17.6
18.2
20.2
20.0
19.8
20.2
23.6
21.?
20.6
21.8
21.4
19.0
18.7
19.9
18.6
030
Fallfrom elevation -Chute dun point curAlive
1982
1983
1984
7.4
7.2
6.6
5.7
6.5
5.5
5.8
6.6
6.4
7.0
6.6
6.6
5.7
6.6
5.6
5.9
5.7
5.1
5.5
5.4
5.3
7.8
7.8
7.2
7.5
7.7
8.2
9.9
9.6
8.8
050
Fell on same level Chute eu nAme nivesu
1982
1983
1984
9.1
8.6
8.3
14.7
10.6
7.8
16.9
11.9
14.6
16.8
16.7
15.9
6.7
6.4
6.6
7.8
7.9
7.0
9.7
8.9
9.1
8.9
9.1
7.8
8.6
8.6
8.1
8.9
7.9
8.3
050
Caughtiii,under,orbetween-tre colncA
dens,sous ou entre des objets
1982
1983
1984
7.3
7.3
6.9
4.8
3.8
2.0
6,1
6.2
6.2
5.3
5.5
6.5
7.1
7.4
7.0
7.9
7.8
6.9
7.5
7.5
7.4
5.6
5.4
5.7
5.7
6.3
7.2
8.1
8.0
7.4
080
Rubbed or abraded - Lesions per frottement
ou abrasion
1982
1983
1984
3.5
3.2
3.2
-
-
xx
1.5
2.1
2.6
7.0
6.5
6.7
0.7
0.7
0.6
1.5
3.2
1.2
0.5
0.7
1.0
4.4
2.2
2.7
100
Bodily reaction - RAiction de l'organisme
1982
1983
1984
10.9
10,6
10.5
-
-
x
x
13.1
12.9
11.8
10.9
9.8
9.3
14.3
14.0
13,7
6.9
6.8
9.2
12,2
II.?
11.6
9.9
11,3
11.4
120
Overexirtion - Efforts excess,fs
1982
1983
1984
25.9
27.0
25,4
27.8
30.8
33.4
35.0
34.5
35.4
34.4
36.8
38.4
25.2
26.7
28.2
23.0
23.7
20.3
27.8
29.4
30.3
29.3
30.0
30.7
27.1
26.9
28.1
24.4
26.8
27.1
130
Contact with electric current- Eff.ts du
contact avec IC courant AlectriQue
1982
1983
1984
0.1
0.1
0.1
xxx
0.2
xx
x
xx
x
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.2
0.1
0.1
0.2
0.2
0.1
0.2
0.2
0.1
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.1
0.1
0.1
150
Contact with extreme temperatures - Effets
du contact mvec des temperatures extrAmes
1982
1983
1984
2.4
2.3
2.3
2.1
1.8
1.2
3.5
3.3
3.2
1.7
1.8
1.9
2.1
2.0
1.8
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.4
2.3
2.3
2.9
2.6
2.7
2.8
3.0
3.0
2.9
2.5
2.7
180
Contact with radiation, caustics,toxic and
noxious subs. - Contact evec des redialions.subs.caust.,toxiquen ou nocives
1982
1983
1984
2.4
2.1
2.1
1.1
1,4
0.6
3.6
1.5
2.5
4.1
2.6
2.1
1,7
1,4
1.3
2.3
2.0
2.1
2.5
2.2
2.2
2.5
2.5
2.9
2.2
1,9
2.2
2.9
2.4
2.3
200
Public transportation accidents - Accidents
survenus darts us vShicule de transport public
1982
1983
1984
0.1
0.1
0.1
x
X
00c
x
-
xxx
toot
xx
x
x
toot
-soot
0.1
0.1
0.1
0,1
toot
0.1
toot
xx
xx
0.2
0.1
0.2
300
Motor-vehicle accidents - Accidents de VAhicule automobile
1983
1983
1984
1.1
1.1
1.0
0.8
0.4
0.4
-
0.6
0.4
0.3
1.2
0.7
1.0
0.8
0.9
0.7
1.1
1.1
1.0
1.4
1.4
1.4
1,9
1.9
1.7
1.9
1.6
1.9
400
Vehicle accidents. N.E.C.-Accidentde yehiCuli.K.C.A.
1982
1983
1984
0.1
0.1
0.1
x
x
-
ooc
0.6
1.0
0.1
0.1
0.1
xxx
soot
xx
- 0.1
0.1
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.1
0.2
0.1
-
xx
-
899
Accidenttype.N.E.C.-Genre d'accident,
N.C.A.
1982
1983
1984
0.6
0.6
0.5
6.8
2.2
2.8
0.7
0.9
1.1
0.3
0.3
0.4
soot
xx
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.4
0.6
0.5
0.3
0.1
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.1
0.4
0.5
0.6
Unclassified, insufficientdate -DonnAes
non clensCes.insuffisantes
1982
1983
1984
1.9
2.6
4.3
5.5
11.3
1.6
4.0
1.1
1.0
0.6
0.4
2.8
3.0
3.3
4.4
6.0
11.0
0.4
0.4
0.3
0.1
0.1
0.4
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.5
1.7
1,4
TOTAL
1982
1983
1984
100
100
100
100
tOO
100
100
100
tOO
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
tOO
tOO
100
100
100
100
100
tOO
100
100
999
NOTE. The columns may not sod to 100 cue to rounding.
NOTA: DC 6 lerrondissement, Is soasne des colonnes peut no pas total iser 100.
at
0
British
Columbia
Colombie-Britannique
TABLE 2.1Number of Accepted Time-Loss Injuries, by Source of Injury and Province. 1982-1984
Nombre daccidents acceptés avec perte de temps, selon lagent causal de Ia lesion at Ia province, 1982- 1984
•ABLEAU 2.1
Source of Injury
New Pr inca
found- Eard
land
Island
NovaNBW
ScotiaBrunswick
Terra- TIe-duNauva PrinceEdouard
Nou-Nouvalle-veeuEcoaseBrun-
Total
Coda
BrliSh
Columbia
Ontario Manitoba
Québec
Agent causal deIslesion
Saskat- Alberta
chawmn
Colombia-Brit.aniqua
SW i Ct
0100Air pressura - Prassion atmosphIrique
1982
1983
1984
0200Animals,insects, birds,reptiles and parSons- Animaux.insectes,oissaux. raptilas, personnel as eutras
1982
1983
1984
0300Animal products - Produits animaux
1982
1983
1984
0400Bodily motion - Nouvemants du corps
1982
1983
1984
0500Boilars and pressure vessels - ChaudiCr•s
atnSipiants sous pression
0600Boxes, berrala,containars, packegas - 801tas,banils,rCcipianta,paquets
dings and structuras -lemeublas at
constructiona
rmicitems- Articlas
Os
cdrariqus
0900Chaccals and chemical compounds Produits
at composes chimiquan
193..
133
140
16.842
18,505
19.938
475.
549. .
533. .
52.023
49.695.
52,993
.XXX
xx
. x
..433
83
44
37
35
33
50
39
26
22
w
x
x
x
xx
12
25
18
15
..
.
. .522
.556
6.236
6.982
7.016
5.444
5.935
6,701
729
807
963
69
56
273
1.184
1.333
1,415
2.747
2.870
3,014
,,
..
,.
.10
. .11
. .XXX
220
287
230
86
80
133
41
65
47
18
27
27
95
71
83
xx
oo
xx
..
.
..832
17.345
15.869
16,457
20.360
20.403
22.915
1.397
1.283
1.983
1.850
1.809
1.827
4,444
4,211
4.296
5.795
5.378
4.636
..
..742
879
1982
1983
1984
2,951
2.834
2.729.
..
..34
..
40
44
1,594
1.551
1,384
443
501
507
152
116
¶80
28
41
46
301
220
207
389
355
361
1982
1983
1984
42.327.
44.130
48.785..
..
.833
881
,.841
14.746
15,409
16.261
14.314
15,613
¶8.301
1.388
1.530
2.138
1,469
1,528
1,685
3.792
3.537
3.636
5,785
5.632
5,923
1982
1983
1984
7,654
7,893
8.005.
..
222
.
.179
. .157
2.839
2,968
2.810
2.400
2,471
2.615
314
360
401
421
487
329
1.019
947
796
439
481
897
1982
1983
1984
2.441
2,503.
21713
..
..
.
.22
. .27
.16
1.267
1.267
1,413
585
541
752
92
117
101
74
19
49
239
188
159
212
744
223
1982
1983
1984
5.055
4.733.
5.176..
..
..
125
..
.91
. .97
1,577
1.632
1,771
1.687
1.618
1.859
164
178
242
216
237
219
570
443
445
726
534
542
..
..
..
1982
1983
1984
543
759
794.
..
.
..
. .15
. .15
. .19
311
421
421
146
168
205
51
52
41
21
17
16
59
39
44
40
57
48
1982
1983
1984
1.260.
1.122..
1.222. .
..
..
.28
.33
. .23
377
329
397
316
297
323
84
94
86
21
22
34
177
124
131
757
223
228
1982
1983
1984
315
158. .
185.
..
..
.
..
.
. . x
87
66
61
63
32
37
21
Xx
17
20
13
26
93
21
23
25
15
lB
1300Conveyors - Convoyeurs
1982
1983
1984
1.452
1,606
1.829. .
.
.24
. .20
. .22
529
621
685
516
606
624
112
80
94
40
36
32
118
115
96
113
128
276
1400Drugs and madicinas - Produits pharmacautiques at midicaments
1982
1983
1984
58.
48.
56..
xx
xxx
xx
tOC
w
29
20
25
xxx
x
xx
xx
X
.
x
x
x
xx
xxx
12
1982
1983
1984
5.390..
5,210
5,658
. .112
. .96
. .100
1.771
1,786
1.799
1.751
1,794
1.879
421
303
350
100
83
101
506
447
491
719
701
938
1982
1983
1984
2,137
1.851
2.105
41
35
38
576
654
663
699
608
735
75
53
55
96
106
129
307
192
253
338
213
232
1982
1953
1984
4,053
3.720
4.064
82
..82
. 80
1.091
1.183
1.330
1,147
972
1.120
550
422
399
173
163
160
445
338
375
565
550
600
1982
1983
1984
11.248
11.961
13,241
..235
.247
.293
4.285
4,387
4,910
3.586
4.068
4,425
560
555
672
368
431
430
950
945
950
1,264
1.316
1561
1000Clothing,appareland shoas - VAtainents at
chaussuras
1100Coaland petroleum products - OCr
charbon at du petrol.
yes
du
1200Cold -Froid
1500Elactric apparatus - Apparails IlactniquSs
1700Flame,fire and smoke -Flamnes,fau at
fumes
'8CCcacr , oc.icisProo.sr,
0
i
Irer
teres
,,
9'-MeLer,
5s
uoporeISCCcIaragS.nccessoresdames :lement
1
11
..
..
..
..
.
..
.
. . x
- 12 -
TABLE 2.1Number of Accepted Time-Loss Injuries, by Source of Injury and Province, 1982-1984 (ContInued)
0
TABLEAU 2.1 Nombre d'accidents acceptés avec perte do temps, solon agent causal do Ia lesion at la province, 1982- 1984
(suite)
Source of Injury
Code
NewPrince
found- Eard
land
Island
New
Brunswick
Nou-
NOuveauBrunswi Ck
Total
British
Colueie
Québec
Terre- TIe-duMauve PrinceEdouard
Agent causal di le lesion
2000Gless items - Art ides di verre
Nova
Scotia
villa-
Ecos,.
OntarioMani-Saskat- Alberta
tobachawan 601ambieBri'
tanniqu.
19823.733
19833,631
19843,814
571,280
681,282
731,265
1,101
968
1.221
177
236
238
134361623
142308627
104313500
2200Hand tooli, not powered - Outi Is A main non 1982 24,944
mécaniques 198324.756
198426.439
495S. 143
5179,427
4509.931
6.590
5,951
8,148
1.029
933
1.034
8813,0383,788
9322,4323.554
8572.3483.671
2300Hand tools, powered - Outils A main mécani- 1962 9.260
QuSS
19839.901
198410.855
3172.901
2992.952
3473.230
2,924
3,599
4,218
362
334
340
3079861,463
3258091,583
3218401.559
2400Heat, atmospheric and environmental - Cha- 198248
hut etmosphCrique at ambiente 1983102
198465
x14
x26
x12
14
38
15
lot
11XX 14
lOOt
1O( II11
2500HeatIng equipment - Matérial di chauffage 1982798
1983710
1984723
15302
16258
10233
210
188
241
31
27
34
4712568
489479
3210469
2600Hoisting apparatus - Appareils de levage 19823,298
19833,105
19843,482
62926
67951
51952
880
616
694
173
166
201
85586606
96517693
2700Infectious and parasitic agents - Parasites 1982 420
at microbes 1083328
1964478
II55
___49
11192
219
224
217
19
15
27
x
xIC 11
146 618 62C
xx50
xx2?
1328
"0
2800Ladders - EcheIles 19821,525
19831.380
19841.462
8?554
75499
67512
391
380
443
99
96
106
55165174
53120148
44107183
2900Liquids - liquides 19823.026
19832.937
19843.200
105829
95858
91912
927
953
1.048
262
213
269
112397394
lit370377
119365396
3000Machines 198222.232
198321.800
198425,113
3881.293
4247,671
3868.359
8.082
7,9 15
9.365
1,341
1,138
1,707
7002,0952.333
7791,6832,190
6541,7512,881
4000Mechancal power transmission apparatus - 19822.349
Appareils mOcanigues de transmission 19832,568
d'Cnargie
19842.550
115929
851,035
94826
467
576
707
159
121
186
272179228
332156263
328150259
4100Metalteas - Articles métalliques 198257.523
198351,486
198454,737
98820,782
1.01319.011
89920,773
14.178
12.743
17,100
2.388
2.231
2,334
1.7916.52710,869
1,8564.8049,828
1,9904.2167.425
4200Mineral items, metallic - Articles amA-198292
raux, mAtelliques 198387
1984118
1513
1919
1435
x
x
x
52
39
62
sootxsoot--
4300Mineral items, non-metallic - Articles mi- 19822,465
niraux, non métalliques 19832,441
19842.485
120665
146726
90661
570
575
617
209
201
298
232337332
194183416
708192419
1982869
1983872
1984822
1620
11tO
13xxx
651
649
542
54
58
133
133877
soot4689
500<5861
4500Paper and pulp items - Papier at pAte 819821.844
papier
19831.841
19841.792
22748
22761
31659
577
613
573
141
124
93
45113198
28108185
33116187
19829,466
19838.303
19849.042
924.684
974.000
1144.380
2.555
2.547
3.070
334
289
251
398611792
365332673
288325
4700Plants, trees and vegetation - Plantes, ar- 19823.851
b'es vt ve9tex
19836881
19845.101
1641.413
1741.523
2511 .363
985
.249
254
too
109
80 315
614*
'19369
0335355
4400Noise - Bruit
4600Particles - Particules 10
IC
-
IC
- 13
TABLE 2.1 Number of Accepted Time-Loss Injuries, by Source of Injury and Province, 1982-1984 (Concluded)
S
BLEU 2.1
Nombre d'accidents acceptes avec perte di temps, selon I'agent causal di Is lesion at Is province, 1982-1984
(fin)
Hew-PrinceNovaNew
found- EdwardScotia BrunstendIsland wick
Source of Injury
Total
Code
Terre- tie-du-Nou-NouNeuve Prince- voile- veauEdouardEcosee Brunswi ck
Agent causal de Is lesion
4800
PIOStiC items - ArtiCils de plestique 1982
1983
1984
956.
1.045.
1.081.
4900
Pumps and prime ,vers - Pompes at machInes 1982
1983
produCtr ices d'Anergie 1984
1,145
1,095
1.159
5000
Radiating substances end equipment - Subs-1982
1983
tances at metArioux radiants 1984
3.229
2,380.
2.440
5100
Soeps. detergents and clean ing compounds. 1982
N.E.C. - Savons. dteraifs at produits di1983
1984
esitoyage. N.C.A.
5200
Silica • Silice 5300
Scrap, debris, waste material - Fragments. 1982
1983
debris, rebuts
1984
1982
1983
1984
592. .-.
549.
555.
45.
38
53.
252
259
222 .
720
655
646
• .
British
Columbia
QuébecOntario Noel- Saskot- Alberta
tobachewanCotombi i-Br i tune i que
xx484234521562103
x513284612238125
xx561313381151102
2638126212519218114
174172417419224103
• .194252398630216144
171,504719187109305388
221.00358114385257289
131,10571083108182238.
11173159521871105
1318414647224889
31187125382548lOt
-32xx-xxx
--18,ocxx13
•20XKXx-21
xx10733541231
1435030xx30•x97313715II21244187452490109
1622315532458193
2320918647336582
Steam - Vapour
1982
1983
1984
Tixti Is items - Articles textile 1982
1983
1984
1,272
1.360.
1,359.
x5192206824874140
xxx6082125924765152
• -115382256319076155
5600
Vehicles - VAhicules
1982
1983
1984
30, 185.
29.534.
31,936.
49111,654 10,5591.1919552,9212,404
35511,53410,935 9638722.3262.549
• .44111,466 12,3671.2961.0892.4742.803
5700
Wood items - Artictos on bois 1982
1983
1984
17,089.
17,690 .
19,027.
• .5527.0422,4525715781,6194.275
7167,5432,7366765221.2454,152
6317,8833,1998465461,0693.853
5800
Working surfaces - Surfaces do travail 1982
1983
1984
57. 153.
62,669
62,325.
1,40919,358 19.3392,3222.1667.14715.412
1,36019,165 19.116 2,4602.1445.45912,962
1,32318.246 22,4042,4722,2055,37510.299
6000
Explosives - Explosife 1982
1983
1984
8800
Miscel tenuous - Divers 1982
1983
1984
21,244
22.973.
24.005
•6654.31311.9375857411,5081.495
4974.66713.4736737021,5151,446
6564.58214,5159585531,6721.069
9800
Unknown. unidentified - Inconnu. non
tifil
8.373
10.492
21.243 .
• .3526.00884315924967587
3538,274779126229564167
37618.648 6351632411.08199
Not coded by the Board - Non Code per
Counssion
TOTAL
0
idin-1982
1983
1984
to1982
1983
1984
21.765 7.766 1.499
21.591 7.808 1,627
21.558 8.223 1.495
1992
1983
1984
478.287 7.765 1,409
470,890 7,808 1,627
509,153 8.223 1,495
12.501................ .
12.155.........•••
11,940................ •
12.501 9.696 159,288 141,917 18.558 15,239 44.941 56,882
12.156 0.530 160.796 145.412 17,750 15.507 37.346 52,940
11.940 0,704 176,001 167,748 21,358 15,700 37.665 59,319
TABLE 2.2Percentage Distributions of Accepted Time-Loss Injuries, by Source of Injury and Province, 1982-1984
TABLEAU 2.2 Répartitiort an pourcentage du nombre d'accidents acceptés avec perte de temps, selon lagent causal de Is
lesion at In province, 1982-1984 Sourcs of Injury Code
Agent causal de Ia lesion
New-PrinceNovaNew
found- Edward Scotia 8runs-
landIsland
wick
Total
QuébecOntario Mani-Saskat- Alberta
TerreIe-du-Nou-Nu-
tobachewan Nauve Prince-velle- Yeas- tdouardEcosse Brun- swlck
Britith
Columbia
Colombie-Britennique
0100Air pressure - Pression atmosphérique 1982- -. -..- -o
xxx0.1- -0.2xx- 1983- ---..--
- -- -0.1xXx
- 1984--------x----0.1x---0200Animals, insects, birds, reptiles and per- 19823.5--
sons - Arilineux, insectes. oiseeux, repti- 19833.0--
es, personnes at eutres
19843.9..
0300Animal products - Produits enimeux ,.
..
,.
.,
..
..
0
4,53.93.83.90.52.54.1
5,54.34.14.50.43.64.6
5.74,04.04.51.73.85.1
19820.1.. ..
.. 0.10.10.10.20.10.2,oc
19830.1. .,.,.0.10.20.10.40.20.2
19840.1..,,..
0.10.10.20.20.2Xx
0400Bodily motion - Mouvemeirts du corps 1982 10.9 .. ..
.. 8.610.9 14.3 7.512.1 9.98.7
198310_6. .. .. .7.88.914.07.211.711.38.5
198410.4. .....9.19.413.79.311.611.47.8
0500Boilers and pressure vessels - Chaudléres 19820.6.. ..
.. 0.41.00.30.90.20.70.6
at recipients tout pression 19830_6. .... -0.41.00.30.70.30.60.6
19840.5. .... .0.50.80.30.80.30.50.6
0600Boxes, barrels. containers, packages - SoT-19828.8.. ..
.. 8.69,310.1 7.59.68.48.6
tes. berils. recipients. paquets 19839.4.. ..
.. 9.29.610.78.8999.58.9
19849.6. .. .. .8.79.210.910.0ID.?9.710.0
0700Buildings and structures - limneubles at 19821.6.. ..
.. 2.31.81.71.72.82.30.7
constructions
19831.7. .....1.91.81.72.03.12.50.8
19841.6......1.61.61.61.92.12.11.5
0800Ceramic items - Articles Ce cdramique 19820.5. .. .. -0.20.80.40.50.20.50.3
19830.5. .. .. -0.30.80.40.70.10.50.4
19840.5. .. .. -0.20.80.40.50.30.40.4
0900Chemicals and chemical compounds - Produits19821.1.. ..
,. 1.31.01.20.91.41.31.1
at composes chimiques 19831.0.. ..
.. 1.01.01.11.01.51.20.8
19841.0......1.01.01.11.11.41.20.9
1000Clothing, apparel and shoes - VAtemants at 19820.1.. . .. 0.20.20.10.30.10.10.1
chaussures
19830.2. .. .. .0.20.30.10.30.10.10.1
19840.2......0.20.20.10.20.10.10.1
1100Coal and petroleum products - Derives du19820.3.. ..
.. 0.30.20.20.50.1040.4
charbon at du pétrole 19830.2.. ..
.. 0.30.20.20.50.10.30.4
19840.2......0.20.20.20.40.20.30.4
1200Cold - Froid
19820.1.. ,,
..
0.1- -0.10.10.2- 1983- -......
- -- -
0.10.1- 1984- -. .. .. .x- -- -0.10.20.1
1300Conveyors - Convoysurs 19820.3. .. .. -0.20.30.40.60.30.30.2
19830.3. .. .. .0.20.40.40.50.20.30.2
19840,4. .. .. -0.20.40.40.40.20.30.5
1400Drugs and medicines - Produits phermaceuti- 1982 - -. ._ _. .xx)O(- -xxX
ques at médicements 1983- -. .... .xXX
- -)oOc xxXXX
1984- -......xXX
xXx- -
1500Electric apparatus - Appereils Clectriques 19821.1. ,....1.21,11.22.30.71.11.1
19831.1,....1.01,11.2I.?0.51.21.1
19841.1......1.01,01.11.60.61.31.6
1700Flame, fire and smoke - Flaimnes, feu at 19820.4. .... .0.40.40.50.40.60.70.5
fumCe
19830.4. .. .. -0.40.40.40.30.70.50.3
19840.4. .. .. .0.40.40.40.30.80.70.4
1800Food products - Produits aliinentaires19820.8.. ..
.. 0.80.70.83.01.11.00.8
19830.8......0.90.70.72.41.10.90.9
19840.8. .. ,. .0.80.80.71.91.01.0i.0
1900Furniture, fixtures, furnishings - Neubles. 19822.4. .. .. .2.42.72.53.02.42.11.9
apareils d'ec!airege, accessoires d'tmeu- 19832.5.. ..
.. 2.62.72.83.22.82.52
19842 F
, ,
3.07 87 63 12.72.52
- 15 -
TABLE 2.2Percentage Distributions of Accepted Time-Loss Injuries, by Source of Injury and Province, 1982-1984
(Continued)
BLEAU 2.2 Repartition an pourcentage du nombre daccidents acceptés avec perte de temps, selon l'agant causal de Is
lesion at Ia province, 1982-1984 (suite)
New-PrinceNovaNow
found- EdwardScotia Bruns- wick
landIsland
lotal
QuébecOntario Neni- Sesket- Alberta
tobachewon
Terra- Ile-du- Nou-NOu-
Mauve Prince- villa- Veau-
Edou.rd Ecosse Brun-
$wl ck
Source of Injury
Code
Agent causal di Is lesion British
Coluaia
Colombie-Oritannique
2000
Glassitems - Articles de varra
1982
1983
1984
0.8.. . .0.6
0.8.. , .0.7
.,0.8
0.7..,,
0.8
0.8
0.7
0.8
0.7
0.7
1.0
1.3
1.1
0.9
0.9
0.7
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.9
1.0
1.0
2200
Hand tools, not powered - Outils C main non
mlceniques
1982
1983
1984
5.2....
5.3....
5.2....
..5.1
.5.4
..4.6
5.7
5.9
5.6
4.6
4.8
4.9
5.5
5.3
4.8
5.8
6.0
5.5
6.8
6.5
6.2
5.8
5.6
6.2
2300
Hand tools, powered - Outils A main mAcani ques
1982
1983
1984
1.9....
..3.3
-.3.1
2,1....
2.1... . ..3.6
1.8
1.8
1.8
2.1
2.5
2.5
2.0
1.9
1,6
2.0
2.1
2.0
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.5
2.6
2400
Heat,atmosoheric and environmental - Chacur etmosphCrique at ambienta
1982
1983
1984
--..
--..
--..
x
x
x
-•--
----
x
o
x
0.1
x
or
--
----
..
..
,,
..
..
..
2500
Heating equipment - Materielde chauffage
1982
1983
1984
0.2....
0.2....
0.1....
..0.2
..0.2
..0.1
0.2
0.2
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.3
0,3
0.2
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.1
0.1
0.1
2600
hoisting apparatus - Appareils di levege
1982
1983
1984
0.7. .. . .0.6
..0.7
0.7....
0.7... . . .0.5
0.6
0.5
0.5
0.6
0.4
0.4
0.9
0.9
0.9
0.6
0.6
0.9
1.3
1.4
1.6
0.9
1.1
1.4
1982
1983
1984
0.1....
..0.1
0.1... . ..
0.1....
..0.1
---
0.1
0.1
0.1
xx
xx
0,1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0,1
0,2
0,2
0.1
:ers-Echel lea
1982
1983
1984
..0.9
0.3
.. 0,8
0.3.. ..
0.3. .. . , .0.7
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.4
0.3
0.3
0.4
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.2
0.3
2900
Liquids-Liquides
1982
1983
1984
., 1.1
0.6.. ..
0.6. .. , ..1.0
0.6. .. . ..0.9
0.5
0,5
0.5
0.7
0.7
0.6
1,4
1.2
1.3
0.7
0.7
0.8
0.9
0.9
1.0
0.6
0.6
0.7
3000
Machines
1982
1983
1984
4.6. .. . . .4.0
4.6, ,. . ..4.4
4.9. ., . . .4.0
4.6
4.8
4.7
5.7
5.4
5.6
7.2
6.4
8.0
4.6
5.0
4.2
4.7
4.5
4.6
3.5
3.5
4.9
4000
Nechenicalpowertransmission apparatus Appareils mAcanicues de tranSmission
dCnergi,
1982
1983
1984
0.5. .. . ..1.2
..0.9
0.5....
.1.0
0.5....
0.6
0.6
0.5
0.3
0.4
0.4
0.9
0.7
0.9
1.8
2.1
2,1
0,4
0.4
0,4
0.3
0,4
0,4
4100
Metalitems- Articles mAtalliques
1982
1983
1984
..10.2
12.0....
10.9. ...
. .10.6
10.8, .. . . .9.3
13.0
11.8
11,8
10.0
8.8
10.2
12.9
12.6
10.9
11.8
12.0
12.7
14.5
12.9
11.2
15,3
15.6
12.5
4200
Mineralitems,metallic-Articles mineraux.mAtalliques
1982
1983
1984
.. 0.2
--.. ..
.0.2
--.. ..
--.. . . ..0.1
x
x
x
0.3
0.2
0.3
xxx
ooc
x
x
-
---
4300
Mineralitems,ron-metallic-ArticlesminOrmux.non métalliques
1982
1983
1984
0.5....
0.5....
0.5. ...
..1.2
..1.5
. .0.9
0.4
0.5
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
1.1
1,1
1.4
1.5
1,3
1.3
0.7
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.7
0.7
4400
Noise-Bruit
1982
1983
1984
0.2.. ..
0.2....
0.2....
0.2
..0.1
..0.1
- --
0.5
0.4
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.6
0.1
XKK
0.1
0.1
0.2
0.1
0.1
0.1
.
jØj3 and parasitic •gentn-Parasites
microbes
..
-
-
4500
Paper and pulp items - Paper at pAte 8
papier
1982
1983
1984
0.4. ,..
0.4. ...
0.4. ...
. .0.2
, .0.2
. .0.3
0.5
0.5
0,4
0,4
0.4
0.4
0.8
0.7
0.4
0.3
0.7
0.2
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
4600
Particlqs-Particules
1982
1983
1984
2.0....
1.8. ...
1.8....
. .0.9
. .1.0
2.9
2.5
2.5
1,8
1.8
1.8
1.8
1.6
1.2
2.6
2.4
1.8
1.4
0.9
0.9
1.7
1.1
1.0
1982
1983
1984
0.8. ...
1.0....
1.0, ,..
,.1,7
0.9
0.9
0.8
0.7
0.9
0.7
0.5
0.6
0.5
0.5
0.8
0.7
0.7
1.0
0.9
1.2
2.1
2.8
.
•-s,trees and vegetation -Plentes.orat vCgdt.ux
..1.2
..1.8
. .2.5
- 16-
TABLE 2.2 Percentage Distributions of Accepted Time-Loss Injuries, by Source of Injury and Province, 1982-- 1984
(Concluded)
TABLEAU 2.2 Repartition an pourcentage du nombre daccidents acceptés avec perte de temps, scion i'agent causal de la
lesion at (a province, 1982-1984 (fin) Source of Injury
Code
Agent ceusel de I. lesion British
New-PrinceNovaNew
CoIu,tie
found- EardScotia Brunt-
lendIsland wick
Total
Québec Ontario Meni-Sesket- Alberta
tobachewanColorTerre- !le-du- Nou-NOu-
bie-BrH
Neuve Prince-velle- veau-
tacit ique
tdouardEcosse Brun- swi ck
. 0.30.20.30.10.10.2
4800Plastic items - Articles de plastique19820.2..
19830.2..
. .x0.30.20.30.10.10,2
19840.2..•..tot0.30.20.20.10.10.2
4900Pumps and prime movers - Pompes at machines 19820.2......0.30.20.20.70.10.50.2
19830.2......0.20.30.20.40.10.60.2
productrices d'inergiv 19840.2......0.20.20.10.40.20.50.2
5000Radiating substances and equipment - Subs- 19820.7.. .. .0.20.90.51.00.70.70.6
19830.5..,.•.0.20.60.40.80.50.70.5
lances at matAriaux radients
19840.5......0.10.60.40.40.70.50.4
5100Soaps, detergents and cl.enirig compounds. 19820.1......0.10.10.10.30.10.20.2
N.E.C. - Savons, dAtersifa at produits di19830.1-.....0.10.10.10.30.10.10.1
19810.1-.....0.30.10.10.20.20.10.2
nettoyage. N.C.A.
5200SIlica - Silica
xx-___
1982- -......x-- xx-1983---.,...----
..
x---tOotx--.. ..
1984-.
tot0.1--0.30.10.1x
..
5300Scrap, debris, waste meter iCI - Fra,ents. 19820.1.. ..
..x0.1- -0.2 0.1
19830.1., ,,
debris, rebuts 1984- -.,,,..x0.1- -0.20.10.15100Steam - Vapeur .. 0.20.20.1 0.20.20.20.2
19820.2.. ..
19830.1......0.20.10.10.20.30.20.1
19840.1......0.20.10.10.20.20.20.1
5500Textile items - Articles textile 19820,3......x0.30.20.41.60.20.2
19830.3......root0.40.10.41.60.202
19840.3......0.10.40.10.31.20.20.3
5600Vehicles - VChicules 19826.3,.....5.17.37.46.46.35.53.6
19836.3. .. ...3.77.27.55.45.66,24.0
19846.3......4.56.57.46.16.96.64.7
5700Wood items - Articles on bout 19823.6..... .5.74.41.73.13.83.66.4
19833.8...., .7.54.71.93.84.03.36.6
19843.5... ...5.54.51.94.03.52.86.5
.. 14.512.213.612.514.215.923.0
5800Working surfaces - Surfaces de travail 198214.0.. . ,
198313.3.,. .,,14.311.913.113.913.814.620.6
198412.2. ., .. -13.610.413.411.614.014,317.4
6000Explosives - Explosifs 198219831984
5800Miscellaneous - Divers 19824.4......6.92.78.43.24.93.42.2
19834.9. .. .. -5.22.99.33.84.54.12.3
19844.7. .. .. .6.82.68.74.53.54.41.5
-
-----
9800Unknown, unidentified - Inconnu, non iden- 19821.8..,,..3.53.80.60.91.61.50.1
19832.2......3.75.10.50.71.51.50.3
tifiC
19844.2..... -3.910.60.40.81.52.90.2
Not coded by the Board - Non code per Is 19824.6100100100
19834.6100100100
Coesnission 19844.3100100100
TOTAL
0
.. ........ . .
....... . .. . .
.,....,.....
1962100100100100100100100100100100100
1983100100100100100100100100100100100
1964100100100100100tOO100100100100100
NOTE: The colunrrrs may not add to 100 due to rounding.
11018: 00 6 l'errondissement. Is scene des colonnes PeUt cc pan toteliser 100.
- 17 TABLE
3.1
Number of Accepted Time-Loss Injuries, by Nature of Injury and Province, 1982-1984
Nombre daccidents acceptés avec perte de temps, selon Ia nature de Ia lesion at Ia province, 1982— 1984
•ABLEAU 3.1
New-Pr nceNovSNew
Brt,sh
found- EdwardScotiaBrunsColumbia
andIsland wick
Total
QuébecOntarioMeni-Sesket- Alberta
Terre- Ile-du- Nou-Nou- tobachewan
ColomMauvePrince- veils-veaubie-BriEdouard EcossaBruntans iqus
swi ck
Nature of Injury
COde
Nature de I.Anion
100
Amputation or enucleation - Amputation ou
AnuclAation
1982
1983
1984
1,711
1.731
1.485
25
35
17
110
Asphyxia, strangulation, drowning
xis,strangulation, noyade
1982
1983
1984
111
71
54
x
x
-
Asphy
xx
58
54
74
47
50
46
291
337
324
672
754
505
94
94
185
-
)OCK
x
x
x
58
45
24
xx
12
xx
xx
12
xx
79
82
87
147
58
28
286
258
214
12
xx
x
21
xx
13
1,212
908
993
1.662
1.417
1,396
-
158
99
100
142
129
120
-
-
-
x
x
xx
x
x
120
Burn or scaldCheetl - BrOlures ou AclaudutenIcheleurl
1982
1983
1984
11,905
11,382
12,203
149
149
125
42
50
41
240
281
261
293
254
273
3.593
3.692
4.018
3,426
3,490
3,905
606
508
582
582
621
609
140
Concussion - Colulotions clribral.s
1982
1983
1984
2.599
2.202
1.982
II
lB
xx
x
x
x
22
18
26
21
16
19
1.843
1.487
1.297
323
368
328
77
61
87
-
-
-
150
Contusion,crushing, bruise
Acraseatents. meurtriasures
Contusions.
1982
1983
1984
11.353
69.837
90,606
1.744
1.514
1.682
307
342
310
1,135
1.684
1.551
1.940
1,720
1.825
27.011
27.347
31.152
15.319
16,742
33.851
3.068
2,888
3,344
2.255
2.259
2,360
6.860
5.207
4.909
11,123
10,134
9.612
110
Cut,laceration, puncture -Coupures,dAchirures, perforations
1982
1983
1984
58,236
57,544
60,147
1,537
1,471
1,314
195
215
192
1,476
1,450
1,438
1,409
1,356
1,412
17.811
17,401
15,491
15,758
17,774
21.524
2,888
2,668
3,040
1.708
1,845
1.695
5,742
4,813
4,767
8,712
8,544
8,273
1982
'983
1984
1,768
1,642
1,670
19
21
15
XDCK
63
62
55
42
28
35
375
374
318
487
415
561
59
74
69
98
95
115
298
213
246
308
289
252
1982
1983
1984
283
293
335
x
x
x
Xxx
110
168
169
x
x
12
30
20
S
-
10
xx
-
xxx
xx
xx
xx
40
65
101
-
94
20
22
178
fracture
1982
1983
1984
26,813
26.623
25,942
346
347
229
47
49
43
862
835
900
779
715
787
8,266
8,456
7,858
7,192
7.708
7,452
945
834
1,176
1,036
1.126
1.150
3,641
3.026
2,944
3,599
3.527
3.393
182
Hernia -Hernie
1982
1983
1984
4,911
4,563
3,913
12
13
Xxx
xx
10
11
158
173
150
99
107
73
2,055
1,757
1,294
1,505
1,520
1,451
154
172
214
136
124
138
416
348
309
310
339
266
185
Scratches,abrasion -Egratignures,Ar.fluten
1982
1983
1984
26.928
27,436
31,904
287
331
384
56
97
90
297
255
241
315
410
322
14.067
15,590
19,748
4.562
4,351
5,170
905
914
949
917
890
968
2,381
1,800
1.572
3.135
2,797
2.450
188
Sprains and strains - Entors.s atfoulures
1982
1983
1984
157,479
153,441
200,034
2,906
2,967
3,264
704
731
690
6,221
5,167
6,012
3,937
3,929
3.995
34,296
39,575
45.274
41,769
47,041
78.471
8,512
8.380
10,260
7.554
7,541
7.222
IS, 166
16,931
17,027
32,414
30.178
27.819
195
Multiple injuries -Blessures multiples
1982
1983
1984
5,333
5.746
7,567
139
300
295
20
17
27
579
621
789
123
113
109
952
788
532
881
883
1,098
224
265
242
38
36
49
1,833
1,516
2,080
1,544
2.207
2,346
199
Occupatonalinjury.N.E.C. - Blassures
professionnelles, N.C.A.
1982
1983
1984
79,067
64.457
27,539
395
407
714
xxx
28
12
x
xxx
x
35
48
32
34.184
26.521
18.487
44.052
37,022
7,936
65
28
21
157
153
130
115
107
185
52
35
19
203
BurnIchamucall - BrOlures substances cliimiquesl
1982
1983
1984
3,378
3,038
3.322
36
40
36
10
lOoc
17
80
31
41
82
44
55
1.134
1.156
1,120
958
889
1.079
126
120
173
-
482
356
392
480
384
409
1982
1983
1984
688
652
780
x
xx
x
xx
iou
12
ooc
,00c
x
iooc
208
172
250
362
362
358
22
11
24
11
13
10
37
23
25
35
52
90
Dermatitis - Oermstite
1982
1983
1984
2,548
2,395
2.462
25
42
16
tOoc
13
14
47
40
40
29
35
36
1.280
1.296
1.322
570
509
572
121
111
98
50
48
35
133
91
82
284
210
746
ireez.rgf'ostbie -Congélators. geures
1982
1983
1984
306
138
161
xxx
x
iou
x
xxx
xx
xx
xxx
xx
x
78
36
36
62
33
37
18
xxx
14
87
22
21
38
27
40
205
215
S
ques.electrocutions
Contagious or infectious disease - Maladies
COCIC9iSUSSS ou infectueuses
-
xx
-
-
x
xx
-
-
-
is
- Ia
TABLE 3.1 Number of Accepted Time—Loss Injuries, by Nature of Injury and Province, 1982— 1984 IConcluded)
TABLEAU 3.1 Nombre d'accidents acceptés avec perte de temps, salon Ia nature de Is lesion at Is province, 1982-1984 (fin
British
New-PrinceNovaNew
Columbia
found- EdwardScot,. Bruns- lendIsland wick
Total
QuébecOntario Maci-Sesket- Albert,
tobachewen CeloilTerre- Ile-du- Nou-NOu-
be-BriNouve Prince- velle- yeas- tennique
Edou.rdEcosse Brun-
SwiCk
Nature of Injury
Cod.
Nature de Is lesion
1982
1983
1984
1.874
1,634
1,158
Heat stroke, sunstroke, heel cramps, heal
exhaustion -Coups de chaleur, irisolet tons.
crampes dues Cia cheleur.Cpuissmerit
1982
1983
1984
46
75
68
260
Inflalinnationorirritation-Inflesnnation
ouirritation
1982
1983
1984
270
Poisoning.systemic - Empoisonneeieni gPnéral
281
Si I icosis-Si I icose
230
240
284
Hearingloss orimpairment- SurditC ou
troublesauditife
Pneuaconiosi$,N.E.C.- Pneumoconiose,
N.C.A.
621791264090-42109
831266952882-50110
85Ii217533157-7281
x
-
-
-
x
-
-
-
-
-
x
-
-xxxx oorx17
--1930xxxx
-__II
--1015xx2110xxx
9,781
10,406
13,482
40
40
33
22
30
18
651245,4366092733201.2291,663
532176,2534712363581.1211.627
552278,0671,1303497481.1891,666
1982
1983
1984
1.799
1,573
1.659
21
14
32
xx
oc435096258986248140
xxx69474580848817180
II59464671987517394
1982
1983
1984
139
68
66
-
-
-
-
-
-
1982
1983
1984
388
257
166
x
x
x
-
-
81x43xxxx-xxx
32-20xxx--xxx
x-___
36-
-x
280-4745xxx
--__
184-293115
xx10
80x103421x
290
Radiation effect - Effete de radiation
1982
1983
1984
3,106
2,282
2.305
26
23
17
14
ooc
ooc
11541,425751151-29637h
1261948567120-254288
2498774496-18423
299
Occupational illnesses. N.E.C.-Maladies
prof.ssionnel lee. N.C.A.
1982
1983
1984
671
554
583
xx
x
x
x
x-45881519580
-.-486829180 215
x-329724238xxx181
405
Non-personal oamage only - Doanneges non
corporals seulement
1982
1983
1984
346
277
207
x
xx
x
x
999
Unclassified or unidentified disorders Troubles non classes ou non identifIes
1982
1983
1984
3.710
9,557
17.353
22
44
43
x
x
1172653.032x15-23324
703116.0132.876253113154
5433516.455x874527048
TOTAL
1982
1983
1984
478.287
470,890
509,153
7,766
7,808
8,223
1.499
1,627
1.495
12,501 9,696 158.288 141,917 18,558 15.239 44,941 66.882
15,501 37,346 62.949
12,156 9,530 160,796 145,412 17,758
11,040 0,704 175,001 167,748 21.358 15,70* 37.865 50.310
-
-
-
57
10141895914
x141275224-51xxtO774320-49-
0
TABLE 3.2Percentage Distributions of Accepted Time-Loss Injuries, by Nature of Injury and Province, 1982- 1984
• BLEJ 3.2
Rpartition on pourcentage du nombre duaccidents acceptés avec porte do temps, solon to nature do Is lesion
el Is provInce, 1982-1984
Nature of Injury
Code
New'Prince
found- Eard
landIsland
Nova
Scot i e
Terre- Ile-duNeuvs Princetdoue r d
Nou vel IcEcosse
Total
Nature de I. lesion
British
New
Columbia
Bruns-
wick
QuébecOntario Man i-Seskat- Alberta
(lou-
tobachawan Colomvemu-
bce-Sritannique
Brun-
$wlck
100AIu%atiOC or enucleat ion - Amputation ou 19820.4
19530.4
CnuclCation 19840.3
0.30.8
0.4xx
0.2,oc
0.5
0.5
0.6
0.50.20.50.50.50.30.4
0.50.20.50.50.50.20,4
0.50.20.30.90.60.10.4
110Asphyxia. strangulation, drowning - Asphy- 1952- 1983
xis. strangulation. noyade 1954- -
xx-
xxx
-K--xxxx--x- -- --Kxxxx
120Burn or scald (heat) - BrOluren ou Echeudu- 1982 2.5
19832.4
ran (chalsur)
19842.4
1.92.8
1.93.1
1.52.7
1.9
2.4
2.2
3.02.32.43.33.82.72.5
2,72.32.42.94.02.42.3
2.82.32.32.73.92.62.4
140Concussion - Coemotions cEnibreles 19820.5
19830.5
19840,4
0.1x
0.2x
0.21.20.20.4-0.40.2
0.20.90.30.4-0.30.2
0.20.70.20.4-0.30.7
K
K
K- -'0<'0<KK-
)O(X
0.2
0, I
0.2
160Contusion,
crushing, bruise - Contusions, 1982 14.9
1983 14,8
Ccrasea,nts. meurtlissures
1984 (7.8
22.520.5
19.421.0
20.520.7
13,9
13.9
13.0
20.017.010.816.514.815.316.6
18.017.011.516.314.613.915.1
18.817.720.215.715.013.016.2
170Cut, lacsration, puncture - Coupures, dA- 1982 12.2
1983 12.2
chirures, perforations (98411.8
19.813.0
18.913,3
16.012.8
11.8
11.9
(2.0
14.511.211.815.611.212.813.0
14.210.812.215.011.912.913.6
14.69.412.814.210.812.713.9
19820,4
0.2xxx
0.30.6
0.2)
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.40.20.30.40.60.70.5
0.30.20.30.40.50.60.5
0.40.20.30.30.70.70.4
XXK-
ocetion - LuxatiOn W•:1ric shock, electrocution - Chocs CIsc- 1982 0.1
)0C
-0,1x-0.1- xx- -0.1x-0.1xx0.10.10.1-0.1- -
4.53.1
4,43.0
2.82.9
6.9
6.9
7.5
8.05.25.15.15.88.15.5
7.55.35.34.77.38.15.5
8.14.54.45.57.37.85.7
19821.0
19831.0
19840.8
0.2xx
0.20.6
--0.7
1.3
1.4
1.3
1.01.31.10.80.90.90.6
1.11.11.01.00.80.90.5
0.80.70.91.00.90.80,4
185Scratches, abrasion - gratignures. Crsflu- 1982 5.6
19835.8
ras
19846.3
3.73.7
4.26.0
4,75.0
2.4
2.1
2.0
3.28.83.24.96.05.34.7
4.39.73.05.15.74.84,4
3.311.23.14.46.24.24.1
188Sprains one streins - Entorses at foulures1982 32.9
1983 34.7
1984 39,3
37,447.0
38.044.9
39.746.2
49.8
50,7
50.4
40.621.529.445.949.642.648.5
41.224.632.447.248.645.347.9
41.225.746.848.046.045.246.9
195Multiple injuries - Blessures multiples19821.3
19831.4
19841.5
1.81.3
3.81.0
3.61.8
4,6
5.1
6.5
1.30.60,61.20.24,12.3
1.20.50.61.50.24.13.5
1.10.30.71.10.35.54.0
199Dccupetionel injury. N.E.C. - Blessur.s 1982 16.5
198313.7
professionnelles. N.C.A. 19845.4
5.1xxx
5.21.7
8.70.8
K
xxx
K
0.421.531.00,41.00.30.1
0.516.625.50.21.00.30.1
0.310.54.70.10.80.5- -
203Burn (chmelcel) - BrOlures )substances chl- 1982 0.7
19830.6
riques)
19840.7
0.50.7
0.5xxx
0.41.1
0.6
0.3
0.3
0.80.70.70.7-1.10.7
0.50.70.60.7-1.00.6
0.60.60.60.8-1.00.7
205Contagious or infectious disease - Maledles 1982 0.1
19830,1
contegisuses ou infectueuses 19840.2
xxx
x K
xx
xx
0. 1
'oor0,10.30.10.10.10.1
'oor0.10.20.10.10.10.1
'oor0.10.20.10.10.10.2
19820.5
19830.5
19840.5
0.3'0°c
0.50.8
0.20.9
0.4
0.3
0.3
0.30.80.40.70.30.30.4
0.40.80.40.50.30.20.3
0.40.80.30.50.20.20.4
:u.o's. 9eu'eS 19820.1
'0OCK
xxx
xx
x K
)0°c
19830.1
(9840.1
)OO(X
'or
178Fracture
19825.5
19835,7
19845.1
182'lerne - H,rni, ues. electrocutiOns 215Dermatitis - Dermetite xx-
K -
rocK
xx
-xx- -x- --
-0,1-0.20.1
-' 00c-0.1- -0.1-0.10.1
20 -
TABLE 3.2Percentage Distributions of Accepted Time-Loss Injuries, by Nature of Injury and Province, 1982-1984
(Concluded)
TABLEAU 3.2 Repartition an pourcentage du nombre d'accidents acceptés avec perte do temps, selon is nature do Is lesion
et Is province, 1982-1984 (fin) Nature of Injury Code
Nature de Is lesion
New-PrinceHoveNew
British
found- Emeerd Scotia Bruns-
•Colurbia
lendIslandwick
Tote!
QuébecOntario Meni- Seskat- Alberta
Terre- Tie-du- Nou-Nou- tobachawanColorNeuv. Pr inca- veil.- veeu- bie-Britdouerd Ecosse Brun-
tenniqus
SWICk
230Haering loss or impairmint - SurditA ou 19820.4x-0.50.20.60.50.5-0.10.2
troubles auditlis 19830.3--0.70.10.40.40.5-0.10.2
19840.2x-0.70.10110.30.7-0.20.1
240Heat stroke, sunstroke, heat cramps, heat1982- ---xsoocxxxx0.1
exhaustion - Coups de chalaur. insoletions. 1983 - -•---- -- -xxxxxxcrarpes dues A Is cheleur. Apuismnerlt 1984- -x---- -- -0.1- -oc
250Infleensation or irritetion - Jnflenvntion 19822.00.51.50.51.33.40.41.52.12.72.5
ou irritation
19832.20.51.80.42.33.90.31.32.33.02.6
19842.60.41,20.52.34.60.71.54.83.22.8
270Poisoning. systemic - Empoisonnem.nt gOne- 19820,40.32.1xx0.40.30.40.50.60.60.2
rel
19830.30.2xxxxx0.70.30.40.50.60.50.1
19840.3XXXxx0.10.60.30.40.50.50.50,2
281Silicosis - Silicose 1982- ---0.6x- -x
xxx
-xxx
1983- ---0.3-- ---xxx
1984- ---0.3-oocXXXxxxx
284Pneumoconiosiz. N.E.C. - Psaumoconiose, 19820.1x-2.2- -- --xxx
N.C.A. 19830.1x-1,5-- -- -0.1--__
1984- -x-0.7x- -- -0.1xxx290Rediation affect - Effets de radiation 19820.50.30.90.10.60,90.50.8-0.70.6
19830.50.3xxx0.10.60.50.40.7-0,70.5
19840.50.2xxxXXX0.20.50,40.4-0.50.4
299Occupational illnesseS. N.E.C. - MaLadies 19820.1XXX-x- -0.10.11.30.20.4
professionnelles, N.C.A. 19830.1XXx--- -- -0.21.2xxx0.3
19840,1sxx-- -0.10,11.5xxx0.3
405Non-personal damage only - Doenneges non 19820.1x-0.10.10.1- -0.1-0.1corporals seulement 19830.1xx0.10.1- -0.1-0.11984- -x-0.1- -- -0. I-0.1999Unclassified or unidentified disorders - 19820.80.3-0.92,71.9x0,1-0.5- Troubles non classes ou non identifiOs 19832.00.6x0.63.33.72.00.10.20.40.1
19843.40.5x0.53.59,4x0.40.30.70.1
TOTAl
0
1982100100100100100100100100100100100
1983100100100100100100100100100tOO100
1984100100tOO100100100100100100100100
hOTE; The columns may not eOø to 100 due to rounding.
NOTA: DO A i'errondissement. Is soanne den colonries peut no pes toteliser 100.
- 21 -
TABLE 4.1 Number of Accepted Time-Loss Injuries, by Part of Body and Province, 1982-1984
TABLEAU 4 1 Nombre daccidents acceptes avecperte de temps, selon le siege de la Iésioo et la province, 1982 - 1984
Pert of Body
Code
NewPrince
found- Edward
tend
Island
Nova
Scotia
New
Brunswick
Terre- !le-duNeuve PrinceEdouard
NouvelleEcosse
NouveauBruitswi ck
Total
8rtsh
Columbia
QuEbec
Svge deI.lEsion
tOO
lied - lAte
1982
1983
1984
38.965
36,786
39,110
511
846
1,190
93
109
112
522
495
484
600
664
617
14.727
13,939
15.398
200
Neck - Cou
1982
1983
1984
4,510
3,975
3.576
123
122
133
16
18
18
147
181
183
114
98
102
976
649
372
1982
1983
1984
134.758
132,581
142.423
2.803
2.636
2.468
407
447
387
3.020
3,033
3.035
2.825
2,543
2.678
300
Upperextremities - Nuibres supErleurs
Onterio
Meriilobe
Sesket- Alberta
chewan
Colombis-Britenniqus
10,677
10.550
11.639
1.733
1,617
1.555
1.258
1.250
1,218
3.907
2.945
2.797
4,927
4.371
4,040
-
347
-
371
352
493
489
580
783
675
638
1.511
1.372
1.198
48,686
50,109
55,725
37,812
38.293
42,491
5.209
4.799
5.796
4,033
4,076
4.043
11.639
9,375
9,527
18,324
17,170
16,773
-
400
Trunk - Tronc
1982
1983
1984
165,355
167.014
186.508
2.482
2,527
2.609
593
642
614
4.741
4.684
4.591
3,498
3.431
3,504
52,488
55,968
63.598
49.857
51.940
64.595
6,966
5.764
7.134
5.861
5,935
6.126
15,174
13,122
13.050
23,745
22,001
20.677
500
lowerextremities-Meinbrns inférieurs
1982
1983
1954
97,335
93,853
100,055
1,388
1.230
1.292
304
305
298
2,504
2.504
2.518
2.062
2.092
2.094
31.524
31.036
34.125
28,910
28.534
32.496
3,534
3.450
3.967
3.313
3.453
3.389
9.978
8.059
7.885
13.718
13.090
12.042
902
9f3
'9f4
25355
23.025
25,768
371
371
431
50
95
52
1.017
1.006
941
469
6,736
5.223
3.735
9.549
8.525
10.755
611
616
1,844
59
73
92
2,517
2.363
2.842
3.917
4.281
4.410
1982
1983
1984
2.921
2.350
2,453
38
32
20
35
Xx
441
250
186
38
26
12
108
102
98
483
792
295
732
637
383
1982
1983
1984
391
437
984
49
27
12
-
__
-
x
51
-
-
52
71
50
-
-
1982
1983
1984
8,696
10,859
8,245
x
I?
58
x
xx
x
xx
52
58
464
1982
1983
1984
478,287
470,890
509,153
7,766
7.808
8.223
1,499
1.627
1,495
12.501
12,156
11,940
800
900
999
&oCy sistenrs- Systèmes
Body parts, N.E.C.-Partiesdocorps.
N.C.A.
Unclassified - Non densE
TOTAL
0
-
x
472
596
903
889
1.118
-
143
125
98
x
x
273
242
204
xx
36
107
xxx
xx
609
90
102
68
2.975
2.741
1.726
5.108
7,434
5.555
9.696
9.530
159.281
160,796
176.001
141,917
43
-
9,704
-
145.412
167,748
-
11
x
18,558
17,759
21,358
44
15,239
15.507
15,700
-
-
450
xxx
27
36
541
44.941
37,345
37,665
86.882
62,919
59,319
- 22
TABLE 4.2Percentage Distributions of Accepted Time-Loss injuries, by Part of Body and Province, 1982-1984
TABLEAU 4.2 Repartition en pourcentage du nombre d'accidents acceptés avec perte de temps, salon le siege de la lesion
et Is province, 1982-1984 Part of Body
Code
MewPr inca
found- Edward
land
Island
Move
Scotia
New
Brunswick
Terre- ile-duNeuve Princetdouard
NouvelleEcosse
NouvenuBrunsw cM
Total
Siege deInlesion
0
Brtish
Columbia
Québec
Ontario
7.5
7.3
6.9
100
Head - TCte
1982
1983
1984
8.1
7.8
7.7
6.6
10.8
14,5
6.2
6.7
7.5
4.2
4.1
4.1
6.2
7.0
6.4
9.2
8.7
8.7
200
Neck - Cou
1982
1983
1984
0.9
0.8
0.7
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.1
1.1
1.2
1.2
1.5
1.5
1.2
1.0
1.1
05
0.4
0.2
Nanitoba
Saskat- Alburto
chewan
Coloerbie-Brilean ique
9.3
9.1
7.3
8.3
8.1
8.1
8.7
7.9
7.4
7.4
6.9
6.8
-
1.9
2.1
1.6
3.2
3.2
3.7
1.7
1.8
1.7
2.3
2.2
2.0
.
-
300
Upper extremities - Membr.s supCrisurs
1982
1983
1984
28.2
28.2
28.0
36.1
33.8
30.0
27.3
27.5
25.9
24.2
25.0
25,4
29.1
27.7
27.5
30.6
31.2
31.7
26.6
26.3
25.3
28.1
27.0
27.1
26.5
26.3
25.8
25.9
25.1
25.3
27.4
27.3
27.4
400
Trunk - Tronc
1983
1983
1984
34.5
35.5
38.6
32.0
32.4
31.7
39.6
39.5
41.1
37.9
38.5
38.5
36.1
36.0
36.1
33.0
34.8
36.1
35.1
35.7
38.5
37.5
38.1
33.4
38.5
38.3
39.0
33.7
35.1
34.7
35.5
35.0
34.9
500
Lowerextremities - Membres infCri.urs
1982
1983
1984
20.4
19.9
19.7
17.9
15.8
15.7
20.3
18.7
19.9
20.8
20.6
21.1
21.3
22.0
21.6
19.8
19.3
19.4
20.4
19.7
19.4
19.0
19.4
18.6
21.7
22.3
21.6
22.2
21.6
20.9
20.5
20,15
70 3
700
Multiple parts -Sieges multiples
1982
1983
1984
5.3
4.9
5.1
4.8
4.8
5.2
3.3
5.8
3.5
8.1
8.3
7.9
4.8
5.0
6.1
4.2
3.2
2.1
6.7
5.9
6.4
3.3
3.5
8.6
0.4
0.5
0.6
5.7
6.3
7.5
5
1982
1983
1984
0.6
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.4
0.2
2.3
3.5
2.1
1.5
0,4
0.3
0.4
0.6
0.5
0.6
0.8
0.7
0.5
0.7
0.7
0.6
1.1
0.8
0.8
1.1
1.0
1.0
1982
1983
1984
0.1
0.1
0.2
0.6
0.3
0.1
1982
1983
1984
1,8
2.3
1.6
x
0.2
0.8
x
xx
x
SOt
1982
1983
1984
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
800
900
999
Body systems - Systémes
Body parts,N.E.C.-Parties du corps.
N.C.A.
UnclassifIed - NoncIessC
TOTAL
MDII Irre columns may not add to 100 due to rounding.
NOTA: DO 6 l'errondissement. In soesne des colonnes peut
50
xx
0.8
pea toteliser 100.
-
xx
x
-
0.2
0.2
0,1
0.3
0.5
0.3
-
0.1
-
0,1
xxx
xx
2.9
-
x
x
-
-
0.9
1.1
0.7
1.9
1,7
1.0
3.5
5.1
3.4
ooc
0.1
x
0.3
0,4
0.3
1,0
1.2
1.7
SOOt
x
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
-
-
-
xx
T
- -
- -
0.1
•
- 23 -
TABLE 5.1 Number of Accepted Time-Loss Injuries, by Sex and ProvInce. 1982-1984
ABLESU 5 1
Nombre d'acciderlts acceptés avec perte de temps, selon le sexe at Ia province, 1982- 1984
Pr nceNovaN8w
Br I Sr
found- Edward Scotis 8runs- Columbia
lendIslend wick
Total
QuébecOntario Meal- Sesket- Alberta
Terre- Tie-do-Noij-Moo-
tobechewan ColowMauve Prince-veil,- veeu
bie"6r1
EdouerdEcosse Brun-
tanniqus
swiCk
Sax
Sex.
Male-
Fes,al,
-
Unknown
Feeei
Inconnu
-
Not coded by the Board
-
TOTAL
1982
1983
1984
379.342
367.671
409.141
6.183
6.015
6.414
1.131
1.192
1,119
1982
1983
1984
78,566
83.672
97,617
1.495
1.658
1,745
368
435
376
1982
1983
1984
1,821
1.788
2.395
55
135
61
Non codi per Is Coission1982
1983
1984
18.558
17,759
1982
1983
478,287
1984
.
470,890
509.153
-
10,5747,878135,358112,753. .12,33638,02254,807
10,3927,501134,465 113,978. .12,57930,67250.577
10.077 7,599 145,929 130.437 17,222 12,539 30.454 47,351
1,6271.79422,361 29.031. .2.9006.91512,075
1,7641,96725.02831,183. .2,9286,68412,045
1,5632.07128.383
37,1034.1173.1618.85311,932
-241.569 133..xxx-821.303 251..-1027
-341.689
20819-34836
..... .18.558...
. . .. . .17.759. . ....
7.756
1,499
8.223
1,627
1.495
7.808
12.501 E696 15E288 141,917
18,558 15,239 44,941 66.882
12,158 9,530 160,796 145.412 17.759 15.507 37,345 62.949
11.940 9,704 176,001 167.748 21.358 15.700 37.665 59.319
TABLE 5.2Percentage Distributions of Accepted Time-Loss Injuries, by Sex and Province,
1982- 1984
TABLEAU 5.2 Repartition an pourcentage du nombre daccidents acceptés avec perte de temps, selon le sexe et Is province,
1982-1984
Sax
MewPrince
found- Edward
land
Island
Nova
Scotia
Terre- TIe-doMeuve Princedouerd
MoovaNeEcosse
MouveeuBrunSwiCk
87.0
55.5
54.4
51.3
78.1
78.3
85.0
83.6
82.9
79.4
78.4
77.8
..
80.6
81.0
81.1
79.9
54,5
97.1
$0.9
51,9
80.5
79.5
18.5
20.6
21.3
14.0
15.6
16.1
20.5
21.4
22.1
..
..
19.3
19.0
18.9
20.1
15.4
17.5
15.2
18.1
19,1
20,1
0.2
0.7
0.4
1.0
0.8
1.0
0.1
0.2
0.1
. .
x
xx
-
0,1
-
0.9
0.1
New
Brunt-
Totel
Sex.
Malu
-
Female
Unknown
Hoenne
-
Fuse,.
-
Incorinu
Not coded by the Board
-
Sritl,Ir
Columbia
Wick
Québec
Ontario
Menutoba
8CIIftIQUS
1982
1983
1954
79.3
78.1
80.4
79.6
77.0
78.0
75.5
73.3
1982
1983
1984
16.4
17.8
19.2
19.3
21.2
21.3
24.5
26.7
25.2
13.0
14.5
15.6
1982
1983
1984
0.4
0.4
0.5
1.1
1.7
0.7
-
-
-
-
-
-
Non code perIs Coirission 1982
1983
1984
3.9
3.8
.
. . .
, . ,
. . .
100
100
. .
. .
. . .
. . .
1982
100
100
100
100
100
00
100
100
100
1983
1984
100
100
100
74.8
100
100
100
NOTE: The columns may not add to 100 due to rounding.
NOTA: Da 6 i'errondissement. Is soemie dSs colonnes peut no pes toteiis.r 100.
100
100
100
100
100
100
Sasket- Albert.
chwea
Colombie-Sri-
100
100
100
.
. . .
. . .
. . .
. . ,
. . .
. . .
100
100
100
10C
100
100
I(
01
lC'
- 24
TABLE 6.1Number of Accepted Time-Loss Injuries, by Age-Group and Province, 1982-1984
TABLEAU 6.1
Nombre daccidents acceptés avec parte de temps, selon le groupe dge et Ia province, 1982- 1984
Age-G'oup
Total
Oroupe d ége
New-Prince
found- Edward
lendIsland
Nova
Scotia
Terre-Tie-duNeuvePrinceEdouerd
NouvelleEcosse
Bnts
Columre
New
Brunswick
QuébecOnterloMasi-Sasket-Alberta
Nou-
tobachewan
Co'onveaubie-BriBruntensique
swick
15-19 years
-
ens
1982
1983
1984
27.186
25.101
24.644
36
98
215
163
140
129
555
455
457
528
553
511
7,639
6.942
8,024
11,399
10,478
10,097
1,514
1,233
715
283
359
347
3,406
2.262
1,901
1,453
2,581
2.247
20-24 years
-
ens
1982
1983
1984
89.487
86,669
93,250
1.260
1,345
1.555
295
298
314
1,888
1,849
1.906
1.712
1,763
1,716
30,489
30,109
33.090
22.915
23.989
29,023
4,045
3.720
4.127
3.430
3.378
3.277
11.840
8.862
8.278
11.613
11.356
9.964
25-29 years
-
ens
1982
1983
1984
83,054
83.040
91,821
1,457
1.560
1,577
241
291
238
2.149
2.101
2.123
1.689
1,645
1.559
28,843
29.706
33.508
20.516
21.978
25.405
3.097
3,019
3.966
3.090
3.176
3.319
9,381
8.066
8.116
12.491
11.497
10.908
-
30-34 years
-
ens
1982
1983
1984
66.842
56.678
73.198
1.394
1,404
1.346
203
213
204
1.840
1,865
1,824
1.410
1.351
1,424
22.904
23.769
25.112
18.253
18.956
22.090
2,488
2,387
3,221
2.123
2,120
2.286
5.806
5.218
5.607
10.421
9.395
9.084
35-39 years
-
ens
1982
1983
1984
52,535
53,171
60,071
1,115
1.058
1,128
148
171
172
1,557
1,598
1,594
1,067
1.064
1.158
18.877
19,380
21.452
14395
15.475
19.120
1.843
1.915
2,467
1.397
1,473
1,613
3.958
3.609
3,955
8.178
7,428
7,411
40-44 years
-
ens
1982
1983
1984
41,318
41,597
45.137
758
789
790
136
142
108
1.239
1,273
1.145
817
838
883
14,744
14.985
16,579
12.058
12.580
14.380
1,405
1.476
1,784
1,030
1,107
1,124
3.014
2.688
7.787
6,105
5,718
5 55E
45-49 years
-
ens
1982
1983
1984
34,853
34,413
36,791
549
503
557
91
130
113
997
1,032
966
558
606
637
11.823
11,874
12.613
10,838
11.186
12,542
1.270
1.229
1,487
974
937
935
2.477
2.177
2,285
5.17
4 . 74
50-54 years
-
ass
1982
1983
1984
31.365
30,974
32.953
476
424
445
104
104
88
882
768
793
612
504
568
10.561
10.681
11,171
9.869
10.057
11,570
1.075
1,107
1.334
893
862
853
2,167
1,965
2.002
55-59 years
-
ens
1982
1983
1984
24.533
23.983
25,560
359
338
354
58
67
80
686
622
652
451
434
490
7.856
8,073
8,392
7.966
7,911
8,928
978
940
1,145
824
753
802
1.513
1,439
1,545
3,732
3.406
3.162
60-64 years
-
ens
1982
1983
1984
14.147
13.847
14.780
255
226
197
30
42
25
424
416
369
270
272
262
4,417
4.455
4,445
4.218
4,349
5,420
632
649
836
582
599
540
996
880
860
2.323
1,959
1.826
65 years and over - ass at plus
1982
1983
1984
2,930
2,224
2.176
105
63
36
II
xx
xx
241
156
99
41
28
31
655
630
557
658
564
620
99
81
231
224
192
157
212
152
111
684
352
329
Unknown
1982
1983
1984
10,027
9.193
8,772
x
x
xxx
23
19
33
21
11
331
371
365
380
191
108
8.722
7,889
7,453
11
x
45
389
551
447
71
33
215
79
111
107
1982
1983
1984
478,287
470,890
509,153
7,756
7.808
8,223
1.499
1,627
1,495
12.501
12,156
11,940
9.595
9.530
9,704
159.288
150,795
175.001
141,917
145,412
167,748
18.558
17.759
21,358
15.239
15.507
15,700
44.941
37,345
37,655
66.882
62,949
59.319
All ages
Inconnu
-
-
Touslea Ages
-
.
- 25
TABLE 6.2
Percentage Dèstributions of Accepted Time-Loss Injuries, by Age-Group and Province, 1982- 1984
BLEAU 62
-
RepartItion an pourcentage du nombre d'accidents acceptés avec perte de temps, selon le groupe dige at Is
province, 1982-1984
-
New-PrinceNovaNew
RritiSh
found- Edward ScotiSBrunsColumble
lendIsland wick
Total
QuébecOntario Mani-Seskat- Alberta
Terre-ile-du-Nou-Nou-
tobechewani
ColonN,uyePrin-velle-veaubie-BriEdouardEcosse Bruittenniqu•
swiCk
Age-Group
Groupe dAge
15-19 years
-
ens
1982
1983
1984
5.7
5.3
4.8
0.5
1.3
2.6
10.9
8.6
8.6
4.5
3.7
3.8
6.5
5.8
5.3
4.8
4.3
4.6
8.0
7.2
6.0
8.7
6.9
3.3
1.9
2.3
2.2
7.6
6.1
5.0
2.2
4.1
3.8
20-24 years
-
arts
1982
1983
1984
18.7
18.4
18.3
16.2
17.2
18.9
19.7
18.3
21.0
15.1
15.2
16.0
17.7
18.5
17.7
19.1
18.7
18.8
16,1
16.5
17.3
21.8
20.9
19.3
22.5
21.8
20.9
26.3
23.7
22.0
17.4
18.0
16.8
25-29 years
-
ens
1982
1983
1984
17.4
17.6
18.0
18.8
20.0
19.2
16.1
17.9
15.9
17.2
17.3
17.8
17.4
17.3
17.1
18.1
18.5
19.0
14.5
15.1
15.7
16.7
17.0
18.6
20.3
20.5
21.1
20.9
21.6
21.6
IS.?
18.3
18.4
30-34 years
-
ens
1982
1983
1984
14.0
14.2
14.4
18.0
18.0
16.4
13.5
13.1
13.6
14.7
15,3
15,3
14.5
14.2
14.7
14.4
14.8
14.8
12.9
13.0
13.2
13.4
13.4
15.1
13.9
13.7
14.6
12.9
14.0
14.9
15,5
14.9
15.3
35-39 years
-
ens
1982
1983
1984
11.0
11.3
11.8
14.4
13.6
13.7
9.9
10.5
11.5
12.5
13.1
13.4
11.0
11.2
11.9
11.9
12,1
12.2
10.1
10.5
11.4
9.9
10.8
11.6
9.2
9.5
10.3
8.8
9.7
10.5
12.2
11.8
12.5
40-44 years
-
ens
1982
1983
1984
8.6
8.8
8.9
9.8
10.1
9.6
9.1
8.7
7.2
9.9
10.5
9.5
8.4
8.8
9.1
9.3
9.3
9.4
8.5
8.7
8.6
7.6
8.3
8.4
6.8
7.1
7.2
6.7
7.2
7,4
9.1
9.1
9.4
1987
1983
1984
7.3
7.3
7.2
7.1
6.4
6.9
5.1
8.0
7.5
8.0
8.5
8.1
6.9
6.4
6.6
7.4
7.4
7.2
7.6
7.7
7.5
6.8
6.9
7.0
6.4
6.0
5.0
5.5
5.8
5.1
7.7
7.5
7.8
1982
1983
1984
6.6
6.6
6.5
6.1
5.4
6,9
6.4
5.9
7.1
6.3
6.6
6.3
6.3
5.9
6.7
6.6
6.3
7.0
5.9
7.0
5.8
6.2
6.2
5.9
5.6
5.4
4.8
5,9
7.0
6.9
1982
1983
1984
5.1
5.1
5.0
4.4
4.6
4.3
4.5
4.1
5.4
5.5
5.1
5.5
4.7
4.6
5.0
4.9
5.0
4.8
5.6
5.4
5.3
5.3
5.3
5.4
5.4
4.9
5.1
3.6
3.9
4.1
5.6
5.4
5.3
ens
1982
1983
1984
3.0
2.9
2.9
3.3
2.9
2.4
2.0
2.5
1.?
3.4
3.4
3.1
2.8
2.9
2.7
2.8
2.8
2.5
3.0
3.0
3.7
3.4
3,7
3.9
3.8
3.9
3,4
2.2
2.4
2.3
3.5
3.1
3.1
65 years and over-errsatplus
1982
1983
1984
0.6
0.5
0.4
1.4
0.8
0.4
0.7
xx
1.9
1.3
0.8
0,4
0.3
0.3
0,4
0.4
0.3
0.5
0.4
0.4
0,5
0.5
1.1
1.5
1.2
1.0
0.5
0.4
0.3
1.0
0.6
0.6
Unknown
1982
1983
1984
2.1
2.0
Li
x
rooc
1.4
1.3
0.3
0.7
0.1
3.4
3.9
3.8
0.2
0,1
0.1
6.1
5.4
4.4
0.1
x
0.2
2.6
3.6
2.8
0.2
0.1
0.6
0.1
0.2
0.2
1982
1983
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
tOO
100
tOO
tOO
tOO
100
ears
-
ens
.
ears
55-59 years
60-64 years
All ages
-
-
-
ens
ens
Inconnu
-
-
Tout hi A'q*s
1984
100
100
5.4
-
x
100
is
NUTS: 00
a
co:.rcrs rjvadC '.c 10uue Ic. rouIi
l'arrorrdissernent, la sonata des colonrres peut ne parr totaliser 100.
tOO
100
5.3
5.3
tOO
100
- 26 -
TABLE 7.1 Number of Accepted Time—Loss Injuries, by Occupation and Province, 1982— 1984
TABLEAU 7.1Nombredaccidents acceptes avec perte de temps, selon Ia profession et la province, 1982 - 1984
H ejorroup
Code
1otl
ran
groupe
NewPrince
found- Edward
land
Island
Nave
Scotia
New
Brunswick
Terre- !le-duNeuve Prince&douard
NouvelleEcosse
NouveauBrun-
Britisri
Columbia
OntarioMariitobe
Québec
Sesket- Alberta
chuwan
Coloerbie-Britennique
SW i Cli
11
21
23
25
27
31
33
41
51
Managerial, administrative and related occupations-Direction,administrationat
professions connexes
1982
1983
1984
2,036
1,950
1,937
25
21
12
Occupationsin naturalsciences, engineernp and mathematics - Sciences naturel lee.
pAnic at nathéinetiques
1982
1983
1984
2.892
2,787
2.668
20
10
16
Occupationsin socialsciences and related
fields-Sciences sociales at secteurs
connexes
1982
1983
1984
1.332
1.472
1.490
28
26
26
Occupationsinreligion-Religion
1982
1983
1984
Teaching and related occupations - Enssignemen( at secteurs connexes
1982
1983
1984
xxx..
15..
10..
-
.
.
.
.
..
..
..
73
73
76
390
372
330
57
48
49
853
831
805
49
234
270
239
-
x
66
62
691
649
656.
403
395
431
333
315
294
121
125
138
32
59
70
529
503
473
310
291
298
695.
719
796
105
87
75
110
146
122
lii
158
110
xx..
x
x.,
-
-
-
x
x
x
x
27
30
42
43
47
355
303
307
1.049
1,031
1,085
1.324
1.091
1.045
956
3,700.
4.046..
x
x
x
32
36
46
2.249
2,336
2,356
1,034
946
1.249
3.112
Occupationsin medicine and health - Médecine cisantA
1982
1983
1984
19,163..
20,569
21,706..
97
145
124
582
603
683
7.393
8.213
8.509
5,546
5,846.
6,551
Artst ic,literary, recreationalandrel.
0CC.-Arts plastiques, decoration,I ittCraire,d'interprAtation at sect. connexes
1982
1983
1984
1,176
1,143. .
1.127..
xx
x
14
12
toot
471
427
473
367.
364. .
321..
Clericaland related occupations- Travail
adinin i strati 6 ci secteurs connexes
1982
1983
1984
20.076..
19,879 . .
21,066. .
51
42
52
..
359
345
360
5,203
4.888
5.153
8.889..
9.155.
10,085..
Sales occupations - Comeerce
1982
1983
1984
14,433 ..
14,985. .
16.049. .
60
47
60
..
.
267
273
289
6.575
6.867
7.079
..
..
..
..
45
1,424
1.455
3,112
3,301
3.295
90
114
108
2'4
996
965
1.018
2,235
2.121
2,117
2,343
2,313
2,281
4.008..
4.378. .
5,083
645
665
739
1.108
1.004
1,052
1,770
1,751
1,747
il
2.
61
Service Occupations-Services
1982
1983
1984
47,775. .
47,959. .
50,832..
154
168
162
..
.,
..
1.101
1,045
1,166
15,317
15.610
15,952
16,847.
17.197.
19,340 ..
1,412
1,567
1,796
4,404
4,115
4,238
8,420
8,197
8.178
71
Farming,horticultural and animalhusbandry
occupations-Agriculture, horticulture et
Alcvage
1982
1983
1984
6,372.
5.810..
7.232..
105
93
59
,,
..
..
40
40
36
2.035
2.023
1,756
2,584.
2.851..
3,150..
200
194
269
433
437
415
975
1.117
1.517
73
Fishing,hunting.trapping and related occupat ions -PSche.chess,,piigeege at activitIs connexes
1982
1983
1984
528. .
528. .
450. .
toot
toot
.,
..
..
28
27
12
94
88
77
34..
41..
38. .
-
x
x
x
367
364
312
75
Forestry andlogging occupations - ExploitationforestiAre
1982
1983
1984
7,578-.
8.831..
8,801..
13
27
50
..
..
..
422
529
623
2.072
2.117
1,839
1,048..
1,428..
1,458..
381
396
295
445
415
377
3,197
3,919
4,159
77
Mining and quarryingincluding Oiland gas
fiild occupations - Mines,carrières,
puits de pCtrole at de Paz
1982
1983
1984
5,601..
5,022. .
5,418. .
-
..
x
..
..
114
120
97
1,013
925
904
1,509..
1,312. .
1.517. .
505
636
814
1,726
1,396
1.564
734
570
552
Processing occupations - Traitennent des matierespr.aiiAras
1982
1983
1984
42.843..
44.138.
45,919,.
224
282
234
..
..
931
966
906
19,853
21,450
22,132
9,762..
10,075 ..
12,085 ..
932
970
1,014
3.010
2,726
2,798
8.131
7,719
5.750
Machining and related occupations - Usinage 1982
des matiAres premieres at secteurs connexes 1983
1984
34.069. .
28,815. .
31.835..
69
68
59
..
..
547
530
379
12.018
9,338
10.435
12,224. .
11,533. .
14,167..
894
779
883
3.351
2.568
2,220
4.965
4.000
3.692
85
Productfabricating,assembling and repairing Occupations -Fabrication, antage at
reparationde produitsfinis
1982
1983
1984
61,766..
59.116..
66,587. .
123
136
115
..
..
961
792
778
25,890
25,165
77.691
20,569..
20.675..
26.040. .
1.736
1,647
1,793
4,355
3,716
3,734
8.116
6.024
6.45C
87
Constructiontrades occupations- Construc11cr
1982
1983
1984
53.507. .
47,230.
44,266
175
194
176
..
1,153
943
893
13,490
12.464
11,708
13,204. .
13,834.
3,221
3.379
2.865
10,859
7.485
5.500
11.405
5.03
705
81/82
83
-
..
..
..
15,071.
27 -
TABLE 7.1Number of Accepted Time-Loss Injuries, by Occupation and ProvInce, 1982-1984 (Concluded)
•BLEAU 7 1 Nombre daccidents acceptés avec perte de temps, selon Ia profession et a province. 1982- 1984 (fin
NOw-Pr
i rca NovaN ow
found- EdwardScotia Bruns- endIsland wick
Major Group 8'
Columbia
Total
QuebecOntario Man- Sasket- Albino
Terre- Ile-du- Nou-Nou- tobechewanColoinbis-BniNeuva Prince-veIls- vucu- tanaiqus
tdou.rd Ecosse Bruri-
!wiCk
Code
Grand groupa 91
Transport equipment operating occupations - 1982
1983
Transports 1984
32.676.99
31,900. .102
33.230. .115
• .60710,84111,044 .1.2743.1515,060
50611,01111,032 . .1.3083,2144.727
• .61910,79912,642 . .1,3553.2014.499
93
Materials handling and related occupations. 1982
N.E.C. . Menutention it e.cteur; connexes, 1983
1984
37,643. .34
37.298. .31
38,345. .42
53321.3188,333. .2882.3984,739
• .49821.701 8,255. .2832,0864.444
48321.30310.029..2502.1014,137
95
Other crafts and equipment operating occu-1982
pations - Conduits de machines at d'appa-1983
1984
rails divers 5.814. .14
5.235. .21
5.433. -13
683,2521,639. .129296416
• .532,7641,664. .121242370
99
Occupations not elsewhere classified - Ac-1982
1983
tivitCs mel dCsignCss 1984
22,661..194
24,927. .199
25,185..155
1.3623,94911.515 . .5942.9251,920
1,6674,61912.352 . .7862.4112,893
1,6165,35313,021. .5622.2662.212
00
Occupations not stated - Professions non 1982
1983
dicleE.s
1984
15,741. .xx
18,907
33.938
3904,7159.118..2501.2043587.3019,998. .255744245
46918,26311,751.1942.17883
Not coded by the Board - Non codA per Ia 1982
38,825 7.766
37.723 7.808
41,521 8.223
N.C.A.
Coiiission S
is
1983
1984
1982
1983
1984
478.287 7,766 1.499
470,890 7,808 1,627
509,153 8,2231,495
542,8341.739. .123303367
12,501 . . .. . .. . .18,558 . . .. . .
12,156.. .. . ....17,759 ... ..
11.940. . .. . .. . .21.358. . .. .
12,501 9.696 159.288 141,917 18,558 15,239 44,941 55,882
12,156 9,530 160,796 145,412 17,75915.507 37.34662.949
11,940 9,704 175.001167,748 21,35815.7003766559,319
28
-
TABLE 7.2 Percentage Distributions of Accepted Time-Loss Injuries, by Occupation and Province, 1982-1984
TABLEAU 7.2 Rapartltion an pourcent.ge du nombre daccidents acceptés avec perte de temps, selon Is profession eta
province, 1982-1984 MajorGroup
Grend groups
21
23
25
27
31
33
41
51
61
71
73
75
77
Nova
Scotia
Now
Bruniwick
lerra- !le-duNeuv. PrinceEdouard
Nouveil.Ecoss.
NouveauBrunswick
Total
Code
it
Prince
Nwfound- Eerd
lend
Island
Managerial, adminiStrative and related occupetions-Direction, administration at
professions connexes
1982
1983
Occupations in natural sciences. engineering and mathematics - Sciences netur.11.s,
genie at mathCtnatiques
1982
1984
1983
1984
Occupationsin social sciences and related
fields - Sciences sociales at secteurs
connexas
1982
1983
Occupations inreligion - Religion
1982
1983
1984
Taaching and related OCCupations - Easelgnea.nt at secteurs connexes
Occupationsin medicine and health - MAdecisc at santA
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.6
0.6
0.5
..
. .
. .
..
..
. .
. .
.
..
..
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.5..
0.4. .
0.4. -
2.6
2.5
2.7
0.7
0.8
0.8
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.6
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.8. .
0.7..
0.6..
0.2
0.4
1.2
1.3
1.3
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5..
0.5..
0.5..
0.7
0.6
0.5
0.2
0.3
0,2
0.3
0.3
x
x
x
x
0.4
,.
..
0.5
0.7
0.6
0.1
0.2
0.1
xxx
. .
-
..
-
x
--
..
..
-
..
x..
--
.,
-
..
-
x..
-
1982
1983
1984
0,8
0.8
0.8
..
..
x
..
..
..
0.3
0,4
0.5
1.4
1.5
1,3
0.7..
0,7..
0.1..
0.2
0.2
0.3
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.6
0.5
0.5
1982
1983
1984
4.0
4,4
6.0
6.3
7.0
4.6
6.9
4.8
3.9. .
4,0..
3.9..
6,9
2.9
3.8
3.9
4.7
5.3
5.6
Artistic. litarary, recreationalandnI,
0CC.-Artsplastiques,decoration. ittAraira.d'interprAtetion at sect. connexes
1982
1983
0.2
0.2
0.2
..
1984
0.1
0,1
ooc
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3..
0.3..
0.2. .
tot
0.2
0.3
0.3
0,3
0 3
0.3
Clericaland related occupations - Travail
administratif at secteurs conrtexes
1982
1983
1984
4.2
4.2
4.1
..
3.7
3.5
3.7
3.3
3.0
2.9
6.3..
6.3. .
6.0..
5.5
6.2
6.5
5.0
5.7
5.6
3.5
3.7
3.8
1982
1983
1984
3.0
3.2
3.2
2.8
2.9
3.0
4.1
4.3
4.0
2.8..
3.0..
3.0..
4.2
4.3
4.7
2.5
2.7
2.8
2.6
2.8
2.9
1982
1983
1984
10.0
10.2
10.0
9.7
. ,
11,4
11.0
12.0
9.1
11.9..
11.8..
11.5. .
9.7
10.1
11.4
9.8
11.2
11.3
12.6
13.0
13.8
Farming,horticultural and animalhusbandry
occupations - Agriculture, horticulture at
Cievage
1982
1983
1984
1,3
1.4
1.4
. .
0.4
1.3
1.3
1.0
1,8..
2.0..
1.9..
1.3
1.3
1.9
1.0
1.2
1.1
1.5
1.9
2.6
Fishing,hunting, trapping and related occupations - PAche. chasse. piAgeage et mctivitAs connexes
1982
1983
1984
0,1
0.1
0.1
x
x
x
0.5
0.6
0.5
Forestry and logging occupations - Exploitation forest Qre
1982
1983
1984
1,6
1.9
1,7
Mining and quarrying including oil and gas
field occupations- Mines,cerriAres.
puits de pAtroie at Ce gaz
1982
1983
1.2
1.1
1.1
Processing occupations - Treitement den mahAres premiAres
1982
1983
Sales occupations - Coererce
Service occupations - Services
1984
4.3
. .
. .
..
..
. .
. .
..
5.5
8.9
8.3
x
3.4
2.5
3.5
4.0
2.9
. .
4.0
. .
10.3
10.3
10.8
. .
7.0
. ,
..
. .
, .
. .
. .
..
..
..
..
. .
. .
. .
5.1
4.6
. .
. .
..
..
. .
. .
. .
..
. .
. .
0.4
0.4
5.1
9.1
xx
0.4
-
6.6
..
toot
..
0.3
0.3
0.1
. .
0.9
. ,
4.4
..
1.1
..
5.6
. ,
3.3
, .
6.4
1.3
1.3
1.0
..
..
..
1.2
1.3
1.0
0.6
0.6
0.5
1.1..
0.9..
0.9..
3.3
4.1
5.2
12.5
13.3
12.6
6.9..
6.9..
7.2. .
6.1
5.9
6.5
5.1
..
..
..
..
..
-
. .
x
,.
-
1984
Machining and related occupations - Usinage 1982
des metiAres premièras at secteurs connexes 1983
1984
7.1
6.1
6.3
..
..
85
Productfabricating,assembling and repairing occupations -Fabrication,montage at
reparation de produitsfinis
1982
1983
1984
12.9
12.6
13.1
..
Construction trades occupations - Construc-
1982
1983
984
11.2
10.0
8.7
1'or
x
x
, .
83
87
1.3
0.6
1.1
..
Saskat- Alberta
Chewan
ColonbieBritannique
1.9
1.6
1.7
.
. .
9.0
9.4
9.0
81/82
1.7
1.3
0.8
OntarioManitobe
..
1984
0.3
0.3
0.3
Brit.sh
Coluetia
QuAbec
. .
0
, .
..
. .
. .
. .
..
. .
.
14.9
17.3
15.7
0.1
0.1
0.7. .
1.0..
0.9..
2.5
2.6
1.9
1.0
1.1
1.0
4.8
3.8
3.7
4.2
1.1
0.9
1.0
- -
- -
- -
-
..
-
..
..
6.2
7.0
. .
9.6
10.1
9.3
4.6
4.2
3.9
..
..
..
5.6
5.6
3.9
7.5
5,8
5.9
8.6..
7.9..
8.4..
5.9
5.0
5.6
75
6.9
5.9
7.4
6.4
8.2
8.4
7.7
..
10.0
8.3
8.0
16.3
15.7
15.7
14.5..
14.2. .
15.5..
11.4
12.1
10.6
11.4
9.7
10.1
9.9
11.9
9.9
9.2
8.5
7.8
5.7
9.3. .
9.5. .
9.0.
21.1
21.8
183
24.2
20.0
14,9
17
14
11.7
11.9
11.8
. .
..
. .
..
. .
7.3
7.4
12.2
12.3
11.4
6.2
11,0
10,8
13
29
TABLE 7.2Percentage Distributions of Accepted Time-Loss Injuries, by Occupation and Province. 1982-1984 (Concluded)
ABLEALI 7 ,2
Repartition an pourcentage du nombre d'accidents acceptés avec perte de temps, selon la profession at Is
)rovince, 1982-1984 (f in)
New-PrinceNovaNew
found- EdwardScotia Brunt- loadIsland
wick
Total
QuébecOntario Mani - Smskat- Alberte
Terre- TIe-du-Nou-Nou-
tobachewan Neuve Prince- velle- veau-
EdouardEcoase Brun-
SwiCk
Major Group
Code
Grand groupe 91
Transport equipment operating ocCUpations Trnsporti
1982
1983
1984
6.8
5.8
6.5
..
..
6.6
6.3
7.7
93
Materials handling and related occupations,
N.E.C.- Nanuteation at secteurs connexes,
N.C.A.
1982
1983
1984
7.9
7.9
7.5
..
..
..
2.3
1.9
2.8
95
Other crafts and equipment operating occupetloni - Conduite de machines at d'eppereilsdivers
1982
1983
1984
1.2
1.1
1.1
..
..
..
0.9
1.3
0.9
Occupations not elsewhere cIesifisd - Activités metdésignées
1982
1983
1984
4.7
5.3
4.9
1982
1983
1984
3.3
4.0
6.7
1982
1983
1984
8.1
8.0
8.2
100
100
100
...
1982
1583
1984
100
100
100
900
100
100
100
100
100
99
00
Occupations not stpted
dlclarèes
-
Profisions non
Not coded by the Board - Non code per Is
Coirmiission
.
TOTAL
.
. .
12.9
12.2
10.4
. .
xx
. .
..
6.3
5.3
6.4
6.8
6.8
6.1
7.8
7.6
7.5
..
..
8.4
8.4
8.6
8.3
8.6
8.5
7.8
7.5
7.6
..
..
..
5.5
5.2
5.0
13.4
13.5
12.1
5.9
5.7
6.0
..
..
..
1,9
1.8
1.6
5.3
5.6
5.6
7.1
7.1
7.0
0.7
0.6
0.6
2.0
1.7
1.6
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.8
0.6
0.8
0.7
0.6
0.8
0.6
0.6
0.8
14.0
11.5
16.7
2.5
2.9
3.0
8.2
8.5
7.8
4.6
5.1
3.6
6.5
6.5
6.0
2.9
4.6
3.7
4.0
3.8
4.8
3.0
4.5
10.4
6.5
6.9
7.0
1.5
1.6
1.2
2.7
2.0
8.4
0.4
0.1
100
. . .
. . .
100
...
.
100
100
100
100
100
100
900
900
100
. .
..
..
. .
..
. .
. .
-
. .
-
..
.
NOTE: The coltmns may not add to TOO due to rounding.
11018: DO 6 'errondisnament, Is soenne des colonnes pout ne pus totuliSer tOO.
...
Colosibis-Briteen ique
..
•.
. -
. .
, . .
British
Columbia
100
...
100
. . .
100
900
100
100
...
900
100
tOO
900
100
100
100
100
tOO
.
. .
..
..
. .
..
. .
. .
. .
..
-
100
100
900
100
30 TABLE 8.1Number of Accepted Time—Loss Injuries, by Industry and Province, 1982-1984
TABLEAU 8,1 Nombre d'accidents acceptés avec perte de temps, selon I'activité économique et Ia province, 1982-1984 •
NOw -PrinceNoveNew
Division and Major GrOUP Code
Division at grand group. 001-021 Agriculture British
found- Ed'eard Scotia Bruns-
Columbia
lendIsland wick
lotal
QuébecOntario Nan,- Saskat- Alberta
Terre- tie-du- Nou-Nou- tobechewenCob.Neuve Prince- vella- vemu- bia-BriEdouardEcosse Brun- tennique
swick
19825.045215585601.8542,027Ill128120564
19835.8192152ItS811,7962.382110138275837
19845.9353755116771,8452,374125181921,032
001-003 Experimental and institutional farms - 1982x---x-----Fermes axpérimentales at d'irrstitution1983xx------__1984x-
- K - - - - 011-019 Ferms (except experimental and institu- 19824.276196584531.6511.87610310567253
tionel fermsl - Fermes Isauf sxpSrimen- 19835,0582061112741,5842,231102127198549
tales at d'institution)19845.0543553108631,5882,15311415747746
021Services incidental to agriculture - Sir- 1982 768x-xxx213151xxx2353311
vices agricoles
1983757xxxxxxx212151xxxIl74288
1984870xxxxx13258221II2445266
031-039 Forestry - Forbt. 19828,264119213574772,6031,020542482023,153
19839,895ItO203576192.9111,305582072814,027
199410.375151225047132,9841,3831021992854,031
031Logging - ExploutetiOn forestiAre 19827.835119713304712,5611.000612471752.850
19839,435110203376172.8321.264562042143,781
19849,924151224867102,9181.3431021942563.742
039For.stry services - Services forest CrC 1982429--27xx 4220KK273C3
1983460--20x7941KK67246
1984451--18x6640-xx30289
041-047 Fishing and trapping - Chesse at piche 1982522233xx174199434xxxxx54
1983555211xx1832913837xxx57
1984671202xx 1922016827Xxxxx45
041Fishing - Péche 1982612229xx174189433xxxx51
1983645205xx1832613735x-x50
1984652196xx1921916723xxxxK39
045Fishery services - Services de pAche 1982)oocxx -
198320XX
-
1984I?xx-
- K - - - - - K
-KKK-K-__
- K K K - - OOC
047Hunting and trapping - Chesse at piAgeaga 1982 K--
-- - K -
K K
1983---------1984x--
-- - K - - 051-099 Mines (including milling), quarries and elI
198212,425 185x2,5142481.9362.4975465312.4671,498
wells -Miriel (y coapris broy.g.), c.rril- 198311.717239x2.3042771,8722,3704937312,1731.255
rss at puits de pAtrol. 198411,887 283-1.4532502,0702,4997308962,5321.174
051-059 Metal mines - Mines metal liques 19824.342103-x1368761.98835894x785
19833.98593-1837801,728349131K720
19844.09795--1358651,813494124x570
061-054Mineral fuels - Combustibies minAreux 19823.541xx-2,44325K11K56552343
19833,153xxx
-2.20219xxxxxx54594262
19842,28638-1,32924xx14xx38572262
071-079Non-metal mines (except coel mines) - 19821,261x-11257531145011613552
Mines non mAtalliques Isauf mines di19831,12927-172668210548829844
charbonl
19841.17944-1356696124581035233
083-087Quarries and send pits - Cart iCres at a.- 1982 557xx-161011722435247748
1983635xx-17xxx19123032217355
bl iCrOs 1984677xx-Il1223823235287239
096-099Services incidental to mining - Services 19822,724BeK 43521891601012411,599270
r'r;ers
19832.815108x 5840216300594431.407171
'5543.64882-94232663l61396031,8352C
I
a
- 31-
TABLE 8.1Number of Accepted Time—Loss Injuries, by Industry and Province, 1982-1984 (Continued)
ABLEAU 8.1
Nombre d'accidents accoptés avec perte de temps, selon ('activité économique
Mew-Pr ince
Division and Na1or Group
Total
Code
Terre-jie-uNeuvePrinceEdouard
vision at grand group.
et (a
province.
1982— 1984 (suit&
M0v8
Now
hiSri
Scot a
Bruns-
Columbia
(louvelletcosse
(louveeuBrun-
Québec
Ontsrio
Macitoba
Sesket- Alberta
chewen
Cob.bis-SritenniQue
Swi Ck
101-399 M.nufacturing induatri.. - Indu.tri., •enufacturiIreo
1982
1983
1984
156.885
153,533
171,827
2594
2,718
2,639
429
449
408
3.414
3.124
3.238
3.058
2.870
2.701
60.400
60.648
68,213
51.282
52.284
65.039
6.165
5,142
6,044
2.918
2,649
2,497
8.317
6.924
6,360
18.208
16.725
14,688
101-109
Food and beverage industries-Industries
des alrents at boissons
1982
1983
1984
32,913
32,234
32,916
2,275
2,351
2.239
214
305
259
1.668
1,757
1.761
1.202
1.205
1.100
12,048
12,052
12,751
7.134
7.072
7.860
1,443
1,270
1,397
792
784
737
2.730
2.422
2.206
3.344
3.015
2.605
151-153
Tobacco productsindustries - Industrll
du tebac
1982
1983
1984
619
590
550
-
-
-
-
-
:
127
121
133
x
-
486
464
412
-
-
x
x
-
xx
xx
xx
Rubber and plastics productsindustriss Industrie du Caoutchouc at des prodults
on mtiére plestique
1982
1983
1984
5,667
6,150
7,805
130
16
33
28
26
23
2,580
2,707
3.388
Leathsr industries-Industrie du cuir
1982
1983
1984
1,343
1,552
1,902
162-155
772-179
781-159
Textileindustries-tndutr iCtextile
- - P'-pr,-•
.
'psn
bI lament
1982
1983
1984
3,739
4,568
4,723
1982
1983
1984
603
564
653
1982
1983
1984
-
-
-
-
xx
xx
-
-
-
-
x
2,592
3.088
3.968
85
108
157
xxx
18
10
106
129
152
37
52
69
xx
-
-
XX
XX
-
x
xx
xxx
-
754
866
975
478
566
828
60
65
59
xxx
xx
x
20
28
IA
xx
xxx
xxx
26
20
22
2,293
2,862
2,843
1.178
1,453
1.570
37
28
44
x
xx
75
62
71
72
68
84
-
266
244
273
300
274
340
13
xx
xx
-
x
__
x
-
-
-
50
66
86
17
28
36
-
-
-
-
-
3,126
3,432
4.065
x
x
x
-
x
x
14
13
16
1.980
2.288
2.657
619
667
901
-
(
-
___
13
-
-
-
x
-
-
307
298
338
21
10
lb
76
45
39
101
707
93
251-259
Woodindustries -Industrie dti bOil
1982
1983
7984
12,982
15,466
15,554
42
57
49
24
48
57
211
230
232
354
478
610
3,839
5.049
5762
1.598
2.136
2,341
201
285
325
330
380
281
780
762
620
5.593
6.041
5,277
261-268
furniture andfixtureindustries-Industnt du meuble at des enticles d'a.neublemerit
1982
1983
1984
4,194
5,139
5,924
xxx
xxx
21
xx
35
35
39
51
32
I?
1.773
2.511
2.844
1,713
1,904
2,295
171
212
287
29
41
34
153
147
147
246
248
239
Paperand alliedindustries-Industrie
du papier at ectivités annexes
1982
1983
1984
8,346
8,346
8.569
70
51
53
-
754
102
95
343
348
399
4,614
4,570
4.605
2.013
2,118
2.374
148
117
156
36
41
45
81
87
70
687
912
771
x
x
x
24
20
21
15
14
is
1.683
1,532
1.878
1.578
1560
1.766
153
152
187
57
48
54
203
137
173
292
279
283
-
163
114
144
42
27
26
3.550
3,447
3.740
4.036
3.999
5.094
207
150
334
299
171
167
386
338
408
807
576
480
71
51
49
227
210
182
171
171
194
6,418
7,279
8.969
7,755
7.368
9,210
732
597
733
522
420
460
1.777
1,360
1,162
2.321
1.964
1,791
51
53
13
19
28
37
2,777
2.090
2,681
3,436
2.713
3.505
1,080
610
833
333
291
245
673
461
470
711
585
602
587
392
498
541
431
51
5,507
4.753
5,653
9.137
10.050
14. 183
1.023
797
759
120
118
117
336
346
252
2.413
1,581
7.226
31
14
13
2,766
2.696
2,618
2,919
2.546
3,095
239
196
105
85
72
92
125
82
121
235
277
169
127
76
105
1.923
1,937
2,278
1,851
1,674
2,739
121
126
153
136
136
125
419
277
194
605
534
464
271-274
286-289
291-298
Printing,publishing and allied industries-Imprimerie,Iditionatactivinet annexes
1982
1983
1984
4,013
3,763
4,394
xxx
xxx
15
Primarymetalindustries-PremiCre
transformation des niEleux
1982
1983
1984
9,590
8,776
10,396
x
x
x
86
70
58
-
-
-
-
301-309
Metalfabricatingindustries-Fobnication do produits an metal
1982
1983
1984
22,080
19,490
22.838
311-318
Machinery industries(except electrical
machinery)-Fabrication 08 machines
(seufClectniques)
1982
1983
1984
9.096
6.846
8.502
x
IS
15
13
371-329
Transportation equipment industries -Fabrication d'équlpeinent de trensport
1982
1963
1984
19.816
78.592
22,834
132
109
84
20
15
II
331-339
Electricalproductsindustries-Fabr iCClion 0e produits Cleciriques
1987
1983
1954
6,421
5,867
5,245
-
-
-
-
x
-
21
34
30
1982
1983
1984
5,749
5.016
5,648
19
24
24
x
12
43
29
34
Nç"r-rnetaliC mineralproductsindustres
ebriiorl
cet
doproduittminéraux non
'rietni I iques
.
-
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TABLE 8.1Number of Accepted Time-Loss Injuries, by Industry and Province, 1982-1984 (Continued)
TABLEAU 8.1 Nombre d'accidents acceptés avec perte de temps, selon I'activitè economique et Ia province, 1982-1984 (suite)
D,vin,00
and Mjoi Group Code
Division at grand group. British
New-PrinceNovaNew
found- Edward Scotia Brunt- Columbia
landIsland wick
lothi
Qu4bec.Ontario Meni-trinket- Alberte
I.r,s- Il-du-NOu-Nou-
lobech.wen Cuberbie-briNCuva PrInce- voile- veau- lannique
tdouerdEcosse Brun- sw i ck
365-369Petroieue and coal products industries - 1982504is- x28257149xx702152
Fabrication de produits du petrole at du 1983 511toot-toot29240119xx541236
cherbOn
198446812-
16192136x581432
372-379Chemical and chemical products industries 1982 3.68325XXK 18311.7551,3355749233173
19833,641I?x18271.7591.3845038145200
- lrrdustrie chimique 19844,14830x20232,0591.6376434135143
211.0221.2348218110308
391-399Miscellaneous manufacturing industries - 19822.801x-
Industries manufacturiEres diverset 19833.111-xxxx251.3021,272721882331
19843.683-xxx281,6351.46510417108320
404-421 Construction industry - Bltie,nts at trs 196249,5626301611,131 1,09110,14312.0231.4822,669 10,3939,839
198343.5455891901,0798550,57712,4671.4722,8686,9417,408
v.ux publics
198444,4957161541,29785710,91513,6022.1652,6065,5495,534
404-409General contractors - Entrepreneurs gAnC- 1982 21.0004371263514553.4104.1865631.1475,1615,164
198317.5434821353404313.4724.2755119743,1423.781
raux
198418.0304771214514434,1704.9218069192.5443.178
421Special trade Contractors - Entrepreneurs 1982 28.562193351806366.7337.8379191.5225,2324,675
198326.003207557394246,1058.1929611.8943,7993,527
spilicialisilis 198426.465239338464146,7458,6811,3591.6873,1053,356
501-579 Trensportition. comaunicetion and other 198244,56949959942 1,01011,50415,8502.5271,1953.6287.275
utilitiesTrensports. ca..unic.tlons at 198342.6894096092595811,05515.4862.4081,3823.2686.137
198444,26544595956 1,038 11,28416,3852,7451.3813,4805.454
.utres servlc.s publics 591-519Transport5tion - Transports 198231,694304427765838.13710,0562.0317672.9826,06
198329,930241431545277 1 5909,5591.8719312,7945,610
198431.687297621955697,91310,2622.2039903,0335,503
524-527Storage - Entreposage 19822.380xxtoot79176513118242Ill466
19832,203xxx187471049010825663477
19842.148tootx129612852212220664386
543-546Cocerunicetion - Coamiunicetions 19825,453105x751595853.530257105169357
19835.56198x771466243.700309109131365
19845.670104xx681606193.824305100162324
512-579Electric power, gas and other utilities - 1982 5.0628813831892,1061,65112181306424
Energie électrique, gaz at eau 19834.9955513752112,1321.72712086280285
19844.7603721812131.9641,77811585221239
602-599 Tr.de - Cosj..rc. 198264,1707001961,1629642052120,6312,5992,5585.9388.801
198365.2928332021,22691921,30521,1842,6962,6285,4488,853
198473,2429981551,295 1,04524,86624,2463,1232.8565.7368,890
502-529Wholesale trade - Coecrerce de gros198223.593244904192741.5737.3681,0199882.7722.946
198324.881288754232478,8547,4161,0629512.4393126
198428,4753525743227310,5838.7911,3231,0922.5073.065
631-599Retail trade - Conunerce de dCtai I 198240,47745610674369012.94813,2631,5801,6703.1565,855
198340,41154512780367212.45113.7681,6341,6173.0075,727
198444,76764610886477314.30315,4551,8001.7643.2295.825
is
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TABLE 8.1Number of Accepted Time-Loss Injuries, by Industry and Province, 1982-1984 (Continued)
it
BLEA
8.1Nombre d'accidents acceptés avec perte de temps, salon lactivité économique at Ia province. 1982- 1984 (suit&
D.vilon and Mejo'Group
Total
Code
Division et grand group.
701-737 Fiflenci,insurence and reel estate - Flnencii, assurances at effaires i..obiliBr.s
Iirca
found- Eierd
lend
Island
ldov5
Scotia
Sp
Brunswick
Terre- Ile-duleuve PrinceEdouard
PlouveilsEcosse
NouveauBrunSwi ck
1982
1983
1984
3,483
3,561
3,696
Finencesindustries-Institutions financières
1982
1983
1984
1.319
1,436
1,507
Insurances carriecs - Assureurs
1982
1983
1984
310
306
275
1982
1983
1984
1.794
1,819
1,914
xx
x
xxx
1982
1983
1984
78.968
53.239
91.367
985
1,134
1.311
1982
1983
1984
9.764
10.087
10.682
1962
1983
1984
34,416
36,901
39,533
ei igious organizations - Organisatioris
culluelles
1962
1963
1954
537
509
536
x
841-849
Amusement and recreation services - Divertisselnrents atloisirs
1982
1983
1984
1.723
1,855
2.078
20
xioc
15
651-869
Services to business management
cesfoursis aug eritreprises
1982
1983
1984
5,463
5.976
7.302
871-579
Psrelservices - Services personutels
1982
1983
1984
701-715
721
735-737
Insurance egences and real estate industry -Agences d'sssurences at affeires
ieriobilières
801-899 COunity. business and personal service
industries - Srvices aocio-cultursls.
Coamercisux at personnel.
801-609
2f?
.
Education and related ServiCeS
gnem.nt at services annexes
-
Ensei-
i'eSlth and welirs servicesServices
mediceux at soclsux
-
Servi-
gx
x
12
x
-
-
-
-
-
xx
HiI
Columbl
QuébecOntario
enitoba
Seskat-Albert.
chewen
Colom'
bie-Britans gus
68
48
57
22
14
33
829
943
1,061
1,385
1,392
1,434
66
59
53
170
159
152
593
616
543
346
327
329
x
x
xxx
14
422
514
536
356
323
443
22
13
12
76
53
60
361
419
351
129
105
86
65
72
61
xxx
xx
xx
53
68
66
41
24
25
25
21
12
-
-
-
x
-
-
-
-
x
-
114
116
106
x
54
47
55
12
xx
19
293
313
419
951
997
930
36
41
47
41
38
36
191
173
167
192
201
231
207
255
225
1,109
1,210
1.295
1.692
1,754
1,959
29.219
31.695
34,277
22.226
23.440
27.245
2.533
2.805
3,343
2.745
2.872
3,114
6.411
5.290
5,403
11,838
11,774
12,192
21
23
31
17
27
22
55
56
47
48
56
50
3.476
3.601
3,800
3,466
3,600
4,032
229
297
339
220
252
263
580
756
674
1,552
1,419
1,414
583
506
677
97
139
103
502
522
570
1.064
1.104
1,270
15,855
17,415
16,185
7,924
8,227
9,203
1,108
1,236
1,513
1,171
1.227
1,354
1.892
1.978
2.141
4,220
4.442
4,517
-
-
xx
xxx
-
xx
xx
x
XXX
354
381
412
149
82
67
XXX
-
10
10
xx
xxx
10
ooc
xxx
14
xx
xx
ii
13
xx
x
18
29
18
33
30
31
518
589
688
480
531
590
47
57
63
63
66
53
210
190
208
321
346
409
40
39
52
ii
17
12
49
47
74
51
52
76
1.991
2.275
2.702
1.515
1,810
2,576
114
101
155
192
190
193
1.014
950
855
485
495
604
1.881
1.828
2.172
xxx
17
14
x
x
xx
14
xxx
19
35
43
33
530
469
646
489
566
651
65
60
79
79
73
79
137
125
162
421
465
483
-
-
881-886
Acconalodation and food services
gses.rut atresteuretion
I4éber-
1982
1983
1984
18.188
19.343
21.060
210
307
322
63
65
66
330
385
380
294
339
351
4.719
5.289
5.832
6.323
6.659
7.600
732
819
938
709
741
810
1,235
1.305
1.242
3.572
3,434
3,519
891-899
Mi$Cell5n5us services - Services divers
1982
1983
1984
5.996
5.740
8,004
106
133
198
x
XXX
137
160
168
152
121
130
1.676
1.673
2.012
1.879
1.955
2.526
230
223
243
306
315
352
1.234
977
1.107
1.263
1,165
1.235
902-991 Public ed.lruistr.tion and defence - Adainistration publiqu. at defense
1982
1983
1984
30,851
33.410
30,967
1.035
1,091
1,089
-
1,523
1,571
1,523
911
915
906
5.234
5,528
4,529
12.937
13.061
13,511
2.448
2.493
2.796
720
794
731
1,195
3,091
2,014
4.245
4,856
3,667
FaderaiAdmini,tratlon- Administration
fédérels
1982
1983
1984
5,259
5.588
5.800
240
300
253
935
965
888
249
348
338
424
827
566
1.512
1.462
1,587
491
402
474
11
It
28
1,259
1,284
1.397
132
89
269
Provincijadministration- Administrationprovincial,
1982
1983
1984
7,437
8.442
7.590
551
564
652
100
179
195
497
443
443
1.060
935
563
2,866
2.995
3.225
504
669
745
15
32
70
52
90
143
1,792
2,535
1,554
1982
1983
1984
18,149
19,266
17,568
244
277
184
x
488
427
440
165
124
125
3,749
3.762
3,399
8,557
8,503
8,699
1,453
1.422
1.576
688
751
533
484
1.717
474
2.371
2.233
2,037
1982
1983
1984
xx
14
xxx
'
-
-
-
-
-
-
x
x
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
x
xx
x
-
'
x
-
-
902-909
931
951
.
-
ocaIadministration -Administration 10cats
Olin'7overner' offices- Bureaux He
ouernerrenls .'Irutnpers
13
-
x
-
-
-
-
x
xxx
loon
- 34
-
TABLE 8.1Number of Accepted Time—Loss Injuries, by Industry and Province, 1982-1984 fConcludedl
TABLEAU 8.1 Nombre d'accidents acceptés avec perte do temps, solon I'activité économique at Ia province, 1982-1984 If in)
Divisionand Major Group
Totel
Code
Division at grand groups New-Prnce
found- Edward
landIsland
Nova
Scotia
New
Brunswick
Terre-Tie-duNiuvsPr incatdouard
Nouvelle-
NouveauBrunswi ck
Ecosse
British
Columbi
Quebec
OntericMarri-Seskat- Alberta
lobechewen Colombie-Britennique
999-000 Induatry unap.cifisd or undefined - Act lvi- 1982
1983
toe ind6termin6es at 121
1184
23.423558355
17.423 350370
20,428339362
2214414.839xx101,2565,0761.058
1313813.327xx211.0772,03983
1010413,768x1151,0764,56882
999Canadian incorporated co. clessified as 1982
non-cenedian - SociOtAs constltuOes eu 1983
Canada considOrSas cosew non canad. 1984
35-28-33--
11x20---X10x10---
-
- ___15-
000Unspacified or undefined - ActivitSs in- 1982
1983
dOtarninSes at iirScise$
1984
23.388858355
17.395350370
20.393339382
ii14314,819xx101,2555.0731.058
x13713,317xx211,0772.03383
xx8813,753x1151,0764.56182
1982 478,287 7.766 1,491
1983 470,890 7,808 1,627
1964 309,153 5,223 1,495
12.501 8.686 159,288 141,917 18,558 15,239 44,941 66.812
12,156 8,530 160,196 145,412 17,759 15.507 37,346 62,948
11,940 9.704 116,001 167.741 21,358 15,700 37,565 51,319
TOTAL
.
0
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TABLE 8.2Percentage Distributions of Accepted Time-Loss tnjurles, by industry and Province, 1982-1984
TABLEAU 8.2
RepartitIon an pourcentage du nombre d'accidents acceptes avec porte do temps, selon I'activlté economique
et Is province, 1982- 1984
New-PrinceNovaNew
found- Edward Scotie Brunt-
Columbia
landIslandwick
Total
QuébecOnterio Mini-Sesket- Alberta
urn- Ile-du- (lou-(lou- tobachewenColomNeuve Pr Inca- villa- vemu- Die-Br
Edouard tcosse Brun- tarirrique
swiCk
Division and Major Group Code
Division at grind groupe
001-021 Agriculture
001-003
011-019
021
1984
1.1
1.2
1.2
1982
1983
1984
x
xx
x
Farms(except experimental andinstitutionelfarms)-Fermi, (saul expénimentalesatd'institution)
1982
1983
1984
0.9
1.1
1.0
0.2
0.3
0.4
Servce; incidentalto agriculture - SirVices egricoles
1982
1983
1984
0.2
0.2
0.2
x
x
x
x
x
xx
ooc
1982
1983
1084
1.7
2.1
2.0
1.5
1.4
1.8
1.4
1.2
1.5
0.7
0.9
0.8
0.3
0.3
0.5
1.6
1.3
1.3
4.7
6.5
7.3
1.6
1.8
1.7
0.4
4.2
0.8
0.8
6.4
6.8
1982
1983
1984
1,6
2,0
1.9
1.5
1.4
1.8
1.4
1.2
1.5
2,6
2.8
4.1
4.9
5.5
7.3
1.6
1.8
1.7
0,7
0.9
0.8
0.3
0.3
0.5
1.6
1.3
1.2
0.4
0.6
0.7
4.3
6.0
6.3
(1(12
t3
0,1
0.1
-
-
- -
- -
-
x
- -
- -
x
x
X
-
- -
0.5
0.4
0.5
0.1
0.1
0.1
ExperimentalandinstitutionalfarmsFermi, expérimentales at d'institutiOri
031-039 Forestry
031
1882
1883
-
Fonts
Logging - ExploitationforestiSre
'orestc's
0.3
0.3
0.4
1.3
0.7
1.0
1.0
0.6
0.8
0.8
1.2
1.1
1.0
-
-
-
x
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
x
-
-
4.3
0.7
0.9
0.9
0.5
0.8
0.6
1.0
1.0
0.9
1.3
1.5
1.3
xx
xxx
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
4.8
3.8
3.7
3.7
3.5
-
x
2.9
2.9
984
0.1
-
-
0.2
0.2
0.2
1982
1983
3.0
2.7
2.5
xx
1.4
1984
0.1
0.1
0.1
xx
xx
1.5
1.6
1982
1983
1984
0.1
0.1
0.1
2.9
2.6
xx
xx
xx
1.4
1.5
1.6
1982
1983
1984
xxx
xx
xx
xx
-
-
--
1982
1983
1984
x
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
x
-
-
-
-
051-099 Nines(including milling), quarries and oil
wills - Mines(y coeprim broy.Qe), carriArue it puita di pétrole
1982
1983
1984
2.6
2.5
2.3
2.4
3.1
x
x
3.4
-
20.1
19.0
12.2
051-059
1982
1983
1984
0.9
0.8
0.8
1.3
1.2
1.3
-
x
-
-
1982
1983
1984
0.7
0.7
0.4
xx
oo
0.5
Non-metal mlnes except coil minesi Mites non métalliques Isiuf mines de
charborri
1982
1983
1984
0.3
0.2
0.2
x
0.3
0.5
Quarries and sand pits -CarniSres et seblières
1982
1983
1984
0.1
0.1
0.1
xx
xx
xx
1982
1933
984
0.6
0.6
2.7
0.9
1.4
2
S
4-047
041
045
047
061-064
071-079
083-087
096-099
shnand truppng-Chesse at piclse
liSPing- PAche
Fishery services - Services di plche
Hunting and trapping - Chaste it piegeage
Metalmines-Mines metelliques
Mineral fuels-Combustibles minénaux
Servicesincidentalto mining -Services
triers
-
2.4
-
-
x
x
-
-
xx
-
-
-
-
0.6
0.6
0.5
0.7
0.8
1.0
0.1
0.5
0.1
0.4
0,9
1.3
0,1
0.1
0.1
xxx
xxx
0.1
0.2
0.1
0.2
0.1
0.2
0.1
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.8
0.0
1.2
-
-
xx
0.1
0.2
0.1
- -
x
- -
Xxx
x
x
x
x
x
x
- -
0.2
0.3
0.2
0.1
0,1
0.1
x
x
x
-
-
x
-
-
-
-
x
2.6
2.9
2.5
1.2
1.2
1.2
-
1.4
1.9
1.4
19.5
18.1
11.1
0.3
0.2
0.2
0.1
0,1
0.1
- -
- -
x
ooc
x
x
-
x
x
0,1
0.1
0.1
- -
x
-
- -
sooC
x
-
-
-
-
-
x
x
x
x
-
x
-
x
Ooc
-
-
-
,00c
-
-
x
X
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
1.8
1.6
1.5
2.9
2.8
3.4
3.5
4.7
5.7
5.5
5.8
6.7
2.2
2.0
2.0
0.5
015
0.5
1.4
1.2
1,1
1.9
2.0
2.3
0.5
0.8
0.8
x
x
x
1.2
1.1
1.0
x
x
x
xx
- -
xx
xx
0.4
0.3
0.2
1.5
1,5
1.5
0.5
taos
0.3
0.3
0.6
0.5
0.4
0.4
0,1
0.1
0.1
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.8
0.5
0.7
0.3
0.3
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
taos
0.1
0.1
0,1
0.1
0.2
0.2
0,1
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.1
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.3
0.6
0 8
0.5
0.1
0.1
02
(12
0.5
0.3
1,6
2.9
3 8
3.5
38
0.4
03
-
-
-
-
0.1
0.1
0,1
-
-
-
1.4
x
-
-
0.8
1.3
1.7
1.6
0.2
0.3
02
-
-
0.3
0.7
0.2
1.4
04
0 2
0.1
0 2
- -
(1
4 1
0.4
0.4
(1
35 -
TABLE 8.2Percentage Distributions of Accepted Time-Loss Injuries, by Industry and Province, 1982- 1984 (Continued)
TABLEAU 8.2 Repartition en pourcentage du nombre d'accidents acceptes avec perte de temps, se)on Vactivit6 écoriomique
at Is province, 1982-1984 (suite) Division and Major Group Code
Division at grend groupe
0
New-Pr nce NovaNew
br i SF
found- Edward Scotia Bruns-
Columbia
lendislandwick
lotel
QuébecOntario Neni- SasheS- Alberta
Terre- lie-du-Nou-Nou- tobechewenColoinNeuve Prince-velle- veeu-
bie-Bri- Ecouard Ecossa Brun-
tannique
swi ck
101-399 Menufacturing industries - Industriss m.rw- 1952 32.8 34.728.527.331.537.936.133.2ILl18.527.2
fucturièrss
1983 32.534.027.625.731.237.736.029.017.118.525.6
1984 33.732.127.327.127.838.838.828.315.016.924.8
lot-logFood and beverage industries - Industries 19826.929.318.313.312.47.65.07.85.26.15.0
des aliments at boissons19836.830.1IA.?14.512.67.54.97.25.16.54.8
19846.527.211.314,71137.24.75,54,75944
151-153Tobacco products industries - Industrie 19820.1----0.30.1-xxxx
du tabac 19830.1----0.30.1--xxx
19840.1----0.20.1-x-xx
162-155Rubber and plastics products industries - 1982 1.2--1.00.31.61.90.5root0.20.1
Industrie du caoutchouc at des produits 19831.3xx-0.10.31.72.10.60.10.30.1
en metiAre plestique 19841.5xx-0.30.21.92.40.70.10.40.1
172-179 Leather industries - Industrie du cuir 19820.3xx--xx0.50.30.3root- -xx
19830.3xx-xxx 0.50.40.4xx 0,1XXX
19840.4root--xx0.60.50.3x- -xxx
151-159 Textile industries - Industrie textIle 19820.8-xx0.40.31.40.80.2x0,20.1
19831.0-xx0.50.21.81.00.2xx0.20.1
19840.9xx0.70.21.60.90.2-0.20 1
231-239Knitting rills - Bonneterle 19820.1--0.1-0.20.20.1-xxx
19830.1--0.2-0.20.2xx-x- 19840.1--0.3-0.20.2xx--xx,<
243-249Clothing industries - Industrie de l'ha- 19820.7x-root0.11.20.41.70.10.2c.
billpetent
19830.7x-x0,11,40.51.70.10.10 2
19840.8x-x0.21.50.51.60,10.10.2
251-259 lood industries - industris du bois 19822.70.51.61.73.82.41.11.12.21.78.4
19833.30.73.01.95.03.11.51.62.52.09.6
19843.10.63.81.96.33.31.41.51.81.68.9
261-268 Furniture and fixture industries - Indus- 1982 0.9xxxxx0.30.51.11,20.90.20.40.4
trie du meuble at des articles d'ameu-19831.1root-0.30.31,61.31.20.30.40.4
bleaent 19841.20.3-0.30.21,61,41.30,20.40.4
271-274 Paper and allied industries - Industrie 1982I.?0.9-1.23.52.91.40.80.20.21.3
du papier at activités annexes 19831.80.7-0.83.72.81.50.70.30.21.4
19841.70.6-0.84.12.61.40.70.30.21.3
286-289 Printing, publishing and ellied indus- 19820.8rootx0.20.21.11.10.80.40.50.4
tries - Imprimeris, Adition 51 activi- 19830.8XXXx0.20.11.01,10.90.30.40.4
ten annexes
19840.90.2x0.20.21.11.10.90.30.50.5
291-298 Primary metal industries - PremiCre 19822.0x-1.30.42.32.81,12.00.91,2
transformation des mCtaux 19831.9x-0.90.32.12.80.81.10.90.8
19842.0x-1.20.32.13.01.61.11.10.8
301-309 Metst fabricating industries - FabricS- 19824.61.14.71.81.85.35.53.93.44.03.5
ton de produits on metal19834.10.93.11.71.84.55.13,42.73.63.1
19844.51.13.31.52.05.15.53.42.93.13.0
311-318Machinery industries lexcept electrical 19821.9-1.10.40.21.72.45.82.21.51.1
machinery) - Fabrication de machines 19831.5-0.90,40.31.31.93.41.91.20.9
lsauf électriquesl 19841.7x0.90.10.41.52.13.91.51.21.0
321-329 Transportation equipment industries - Fe- 1982 4.11.71.34.75.63.56.45.50.80.73.6
brication d'équipement de transport 19833.91.40.93.24.53.06.94.50.80.92.5
19844.51.00.74.20.53.28.53.60.70.12.1
331-339Electrical products industries - Fabrics- 19821.3--0.20.31.72.11.30.60.30.4
tion de produits Clectriques 19831.2--0.30,11.71.81.10 50.20.3
19841.2x-0.30.11.51.80.50.60.3C 3
351-359 Non-metallic mineral products industries 19821.10.2xx0.31.31.21.30.70.90.90.9
- Inti Cbtcje ofoduits rnr,érsux nor'190310.3x020.81, 21.30,7090 7CF.
.7'77700
37
TABLE 8.2Percentage Distributions of Accepted Time-Loss Injuries, by Industry and Province. 1982- 1984 (ContInued)
.A BLEAU 8 2
Repartition en pourcentage du nombre daccidents acceptés avec perte de temps, salon lactivité économique
nt Is provInce, 1982-1984 (suite)
New-PrincehoveNew
found- Edward Scotia Bruns- lendisland
wick
Total
QuébecOntario Mani-Sesket- Alberta
Terre- Ile-du-NOu-N0u
tobechewen
Neuve Prince-velle- veau-
EdouerdEcosse Brun- SW i ck
Division and Major Group
Code
Division at grand groups
Petroleum and coalproductsindustries Fabrication de produits du pAtrols at du
cherbon
1987
1983
1984
0,1
0.1
0.1
0.2
xxx
0.1
372-379
Chemical and chemicalproductsindustries
- industrie chimiqu,
1982
1983
1984
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.3
0.2
0.4
391-399
Miscellaneous manufacturing industries Industries manufacturiAres diverses
1982
1983
1984
0.6
0.7
0.7
x
1982
1983
1984
10.4
9.2
8.7
365-369
404-421 Constructionindustry - BAti•enta it treveux publics
.
-
x
ooc
-
0.3
0.3
0.2
0.2
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
xx
xx
x
0.5
0.3
0.4
Brtinh
ColuinDle
Coionrbie-Britannique
- -
0.1
0.1
0.1
- - -
xxx
x
x
0.1
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.3
0.2
1.1
1.1
1.2
0.9
1.0
1.0
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.2
0.2
0.5
0.4
0.4
0.3
0.3
0.2
x
x
xx
loot
xx
0.2
0.3
0.3
0.6
0.8
0.9
0.9
0.9
0.9
0.4
0.4
0.5
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.2
0.2
0.3
0.5
0.5
0.5
8.1
8.8
8.1
10.7
Ii.?
10.3
9.0
8.9
10.9
11.3
9.0
8.8
6.4
6.0
6.2
8.5
8.6
8.1
8.0
8.3
10.1
17.5
18.5
16.5
23.1
18.5
15.0
14.7
11.8
11.0
-
404-409
Generalcontractors
Faux
Entrepreneurs gAnA-
1982
1983
1984
4.4
3.7
3.5
5.6
6.2
5.8
8.4
8.3
8.1
2.8
2.8
3.8
4.7
4.5
4.6
2.1
2.2
2.4
2.9
2.9
2.9
3.0
2.9
3.8
7.5
6.3
5.9
11,5
8.4
6.8
7.7
6.0
54
421
Specialtrade contractors -Entrepreneurs
spAcialisAs
1982
1983
1984
6.0
5.5
5.2
2.5
2.1
2.9
2.3
3.4
2.7
6.2
6.1
7.1
6.6
4.4
4.3
4.2
3.8
3.8
5.5
5.6
5.2
5.0
5.4
6.4
10.0
12.2
10.7
11.6
10.2
8.2
7.0
5.8
5.7
1982
1983
1984
9.3
9.1
8.7
5.1
5.2
5.4
3.5
3.7
6.4
7.5
7.6
8.0
10.4
10.1
10.7
7.3
6.9
6.4
11.2
10.6
9.8
13.5
13.6
12.9
7.8
8.9
8.8
8.1
8.8
9.2
10.9
10.7
10.9
Transportation - Transports
1982
1983
1984
6.6
5.4
5.2
3.9
3.1
3.6
2.8
2.6
4,1
6.2
6.2
6.7
6.0
5.5
5.9
5.1
4.7
4.5
7.1
6.6
6.1
10.9
10.5
10.3
5.0
6.0
6.3
6.6
7.5
8.1
9.0
8.9
9.3
Storage - Entreposags
1982
1983
1984
0.5
0.5
0.4
x
xx
X>oC
x
x
x
,00
0.1
0.1
0.8
0.8
1.0
0.5
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.3
0.3
0.6
0.6
0.6
1.5
1.7
1.3
0.4
0.2
0.2
0.7
0.8
0,7
-
5T'-57T Tsn.portatien, communication and other
.tlitisz - Transports, communications it
eutris services publics
524-527
543-548
Comnunication - Coninunications
1982
1983
1984
1.1
1.2
1,1
1.4
1.3
1.3
x
x
0.6
0.5
0.6
1.6
1.5
1.6
0.4
0.4
0.4
2.6
2.5
2.3
1.4
1.7
1.4
0.7
0.7
0.6
0.4
0,4
0.4
0.5
0.6
0.5
572-579
Electric power,gas and other utilitiesEnsr;ie Ilectrique,gaz at eau
1982
1983
1984
1.1
1.1
0.9
1.1
0.8
0.4
0.9
0.8
1.8
0.7
0.6
0.7
1.9
2.2
2.2
1.3
1.3
1.2
1.2
1.1
1.1
0.7
0.7
0.5
0.5
0.6
05
0.7
0.7
0.5
0.6
0.5
0.4
1982
1983
1984
13.4
13.9
14.4
9.0
10.7
12.1
13.1
12.4
11.0
9.3
10.1
10.9
9.9
9.6
10.8
12.9
13.2
14.1
14.5
14.6
14.5
14.0
15.2
14.5
17.4
16.9
18.2
13.2
14.6
15.2
13.2
14.1
15.0
1982
1983
1984
5.0
5.3
5.6
3.1
3.7
4.3
6.0
4.6
3.8
3.4
3.5
3.6
2.8
2.6
2.8
4.8
5.5
6.0
5.2
5.1
5.2
5.5
6,0
6.2
6.5
6.1
7.0
6.2
6.5
6.7
44
5.0
5.2
1982
1983
1984
8.5
8.6
8.8
5.9
7.0
1.9
7.1
7.8
7.2
5.9
6.6
1.2
1.1
7.1
8.0
8.1
7.7
8.1
9.3
9.5
9.2
8.5
9.2
8.4
11.0
10.5
11.2
1.0
8.1
8.6
8.8
9,1
9.5
802-699 Trsd. - Cee.erce
502-529
Wholesale trade
631-699
Retailtrade
0
-
-
Commerce de gros
Commerce de detail
- 38 -
TABLE 8.2 Percentage Distributions of Accepted Time-Loss injuries, by Industry and Province, 1982-1984 (Continued)
TABLEAU 8.2 Repartition an pourcentage du nombre d'accidents acceptés avoc porte do temps, solon l'activité économique
at Is province, 1982- 1984 (suIte) Division and Major Group
Code
Total
Division at grand groups
hew-Princehove
found- Edward Scotie
landIsland
New
Brunswick
Terre- !le-du-NOuheuvePrince-velieEdouerd Ecosse
Nouveau Brunswick
Br t sh
Co I ueb ie
Québec
Ontario ManiSeskat- Alberta
chewan Colomtoba
Die-Br i (Inn i qua
701-737 Finance. insur.nce snd reel estate - Finan- 1982 0.7
cue, ussurunces at .ff.iree i..obiliArss 19830.8
19840.7
xx-0.5
x-0.4
0,1x0.5
0.20.5
0.10.6
0.30.6
1.00.4 1.11.30.5
1.00.31.01.60.5
0.90.3
1.01.40.6
701-715Finances industries - Institutions finan-19820.3
19830.3
ciAres
19840.3
-,xx
-- x
xx-
loot0.3
>0°c0.3
0.10.3
0.30.10.50.80.2
0.20.10.31.10.2
0.30.1
0.40.90.1
K0.1
-
-soot0.30.1- -tot0.40.1- -xx0,40.1- -
19820.1
19830.1
19840.1
-- x
-0.1
-0.1
735-737Insurance agencies and real estate indut- 1982 0,4
try - Agences d'assurences at affei ret19830.4
19840.4
iqvnoblAres
xx-0.5
x-0.4
)OO(x0.5
0.10.2
xx0.2
0.20.2
0.70.20.30.40.3
0.70.2 0.20.50.3
0.60.2
0.20.40,4
801-899 Coeaunity. business and pursonul service 1982 16.5
induetries - Services socie-culturels, 1983 17.7
1984 17.9
co..arcisux at personnels 12.713.88.9
14.516.310.0
151915.110.9
17.518.3
18.419.7
20.219,5
IS.?13.6 18.014.317.7
16.115.818.516.818.7
19.817.020.6
16.215.7
801-809Education and related services - Ensei- 19822.0
19832.1
gneinent at services annexes
19842.1
0.31.10.4
0.3Li0.5
0.41.50.4
0.52.2
0.62.2
0.62.2
2.41.21.41.52.3
2.5I.? 1.52.02.3
1.71.82 4
2.41.6
821-828Health and welfare services - Services 19877.2
19837.8
nAdicaux at sociaux
19847.8
7.56.54.0
7.88.54.3
8.26.94.8
11.010.0
11.610.8
13.110.3
831Religious organizations - Organisetions 19820.1
19830.1
cultuelles 19840.1
--xx
--xx
x- x
xx0.2
xxx0.2
lOOt0.2
841-849Amusement and recreatior services - Di- 19820.4
19830.4
vertisse,nentset lOisirs
19840.4
0.30.90.1
xxxtoc0.2
0.2x0.2
0.30.3
0.30.4
0.30.4
0.30.30.40.50.5
0.40.30.40.50.6
0.40.3
0.30.60.7
851-869Services to business management - Servi- 19821.1
19831.3
ces fournis aux entreprises
19841.4
0.50.70.4
0.51.00.4
0.60.80.6
0.51.2
0.51.4
0.81.5
1.10.61,32.30.7
1.20.61.22.50.8
1.22.31.0
1.50.7
871-879Personal services - Services personnels 19820.4
19830.4
19840.4
O(K0.1
0.2xsooc
0.2xx 0.2
0.40.4
0.50.3
0.30.4
0.30.40.50.30.6
0.4030.50.30.7
0.40.4
0.50.40.8
881-886Acconenodation and food services - fAber- 19823.8
19834.1
gelnent at restauration
19844.1
2.74.22.6
3.94.03.2
3.94.43.2
3.03.0
3.63.3
3.63.3
4.53.9 4.72.85.3
4.64.64.83.55.5
4.54.4
5.23.35.9
891-899Miscellaneous services Services divers19821.5
79831.4
19841.6
1.4x1.1
1.7loot1.3
2.40.91.6
1.71.1
1.31.0
1.31.1
1.31.22.02,71.9
1.41.32.02.61.9
1.51.1
2.22.92.1
902-991 Public ad.inistretion and dafence - Admi- 19826.5
19837.1
nistrstion publique at defense 19845.1
13.3-12.2
14.0-12.9
13.2x12.8
9.43.3
9.63.4
9.32.6
9.113.2 4.74,05.4
9.014.05118.37.7
8.113.1
4.75.36.5
902-909Federal Administration - Administration 19821.1
19831.2
federal.
19841.1
3.1-7.5
3.8-7.9
3.1-7.4
2.60.3
3.10.5
3.50.3
1,12.60.12.80.2
1.02.30.13.40.1
0.92.2
0.23.70.5
931Provincial administration - Adininistra- 19821.6
19831.8
flon provinciale 19841.5
7.1-0.8
7,2-1.5
7.9-1.6
5.10.7
4.60.6
4.60.3
2.02.7 0.10.12.7
2.13.80.20.24.0
1.93.5
0.4042.6
951local administration - Adminittration 10- 1982 3.8
19834.1
cole
19843.5
3.1-3.9
2.9-3.5
2.2K3.1
1.72.4
1.32.3
1.31.9
721Insurances carriers - Assureurs 991Other government offices - Bureaux 8e 1982xx
1983qouvrrnements ratrargers 0
5.66.07.74.2
5.?7.0 7.95.37
5.57.1
8.65.77
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39 -
TABLE 8.2Percentage Distributions of Accepted Time-Loss Injuries, by Industry and Province, 1982-1984 (Concluded)
A
BLEA1J 8 2
RepartItion
en pourcentage du nombro d'accldents acceptés avec perte de temps, selon lactivité économiquee
eta province, 1982-1984 (fIn)
Division and Major GrOup
Division at grand group.
999-000 Industry unsp.cifisd or undefined
tie indit.rsini.e at impr6cleas
000
Wove
Scotia
New
Brun,wick
Terre- tie-duNeuve Princetdouard
Nouveils-
NouvesuBrunswick
Total
Code
999
Prince
Newfound- Edward
land
Island
-
Activi-
Canadianincorporated co classified as
non-canadian- Sociitis constituies au
Canada considirA., coame non caned.
Unspecified or undefined - ActivitisIn- dAterrinies at isricises
TOTAL
1982
1983
1984
1982
1983
1984
4.9
8.5
4.5
23.7
3.7
4.0
4.1
24.2
- -
-
-
- -
-
-
22.7
Ecosse
0.2
0.1
0.1
1.3
115
1.1
0.1
0.1
x
x
xx
- -
-
-
1982
1983
1984
4.2
8.5
4.5
4.1
23.7
22.7
24.2
0.1
x
xx
1.5
1982
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
1953
1954
3.7
4.0
100
100
S
.
hOTE The counns may net ace to 100 due to rounding.
11018: 00 6 l'etrondissement. is sonrie des coionnes peut no pas totaliser 100.
British
Columbia
Québec
Ontario
9.3
xx
8.3
xx
7.8
x
- -
-
- -
Menitoba
0.1
0.1
0.5
Sesket- Alberta
ColotnCh.wan
bie-Britannique
8.2
11.3
6,8
5.9
5.3
-
-
12.1
1.5
0.1
0.1
)C
__
ooc
-
- -
-
-
-
7.8
0.1
0.1
0.5
11.3
1.0
xx
xx
x
8.2
1.4
9.3
8.3
5.9
6.9
12.1
1,5
0.1
0.1
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
5.4
0
.f0NCEPTS
'wuata
.
AND ETIUDS
Sources and Coverage
41 CONCEPTS ET J(T11)DES
Sources des données et cha d'observation
The objective of the National Work Injuries
Statistics Progran is to develop and maintain a data bank which will provide
accurate work injury and illness data for a
variety of purposes to persons or organizations involved or interested in occupational health and safety.
Le Programe national de statistiques sur
les accidents du travail a pour objectif
d'établir et de tenir a jour une banque de
données qui puisse fournir aux personnes et
aux organismes intéressés a la sante et a la
sécurité au travail des renseignements
exacts sur les accidents du travail et les
maladies professlonnelles, lesquels peuvent
servir a diverses fins.
Approximately 500,000 records are transmitted each year from provincial Workers'
Compensation Boards to Statistics Canada
under a co-operative arrangement. The
information originates from administrative
records used to settle claims for compensation. The data include all time-loss
injuries and illnesses as defined by the
Program (see Terms and Definitions).
En vertu d'une entente de cooperation, les
commissions des accidents du travail des
provinces transmettent chaque annCe environ
500,000 documents a Statistique Canada. Ces
documents proviennent des dossiers administratifs utilisés pour régler les demandes
d'i ndemni sation. Les données comprennent
tous les accidents et les maladies
entranant des pertes de temps, tel qu'on
les définit aux fins du programme (voir la
section intitulée "Termes et definitions").
ccording to the agreement, the Workers'
ompensation Boards provide Statistics
Ciiada with the following coded data items
for each time-loss injury:
Conformément
a l'ententeconclue,les
commissions des accidents du travail doivent
fournir a Statistique Canada pour chaque
lesion professionnelle entrainant des pertes
de temps, les éléments d'information
suivants, après les avoir codes:
-
province,
sex,
age,
occupation,
industry,
month and year of the injury,
accident type (the event resulting in
the injury, e.g, fall or struck
against),
- source of injury (the object, substance, exposure or bodily motion
resulting in the injury, e.g, noise or
chemicals),
- nature of injury (identifies the injury
in terms of its physical characteristics, e.g., sprains or fractures), and
- part of body.
-
la province,
le sexe,
l'âge,
la profession,
l'activitè économique,
le mois et l'année de l'accident,
le genre d'accident (l'événement qui a
cause la blessure, par exemple une chute
ou un heurt),
- l'agent causal de la lesion (l'objet, la
substance, l'exposltion ou le mouvement
du corps qui a cause la blessure, par
exemple un bruit ou un produit
chimique),
- la nature de la lesion (description de
la blessure en fonction des ses caractéristiques physiques, par exemple une
entorse ou une fracture),
- le siege de la lesion.
- 42 After the data have been received by
Statistics Canada they are checked for
errors and consistency. Basically, this
involves an edit for invalid codes and a
time-series analysis. If large variances
in year-over-year comparisons are observed
the appropriate Workers' Compensation Board
is contacted to seek explanations or to
correct the data. Similarly, if many
invalid codes are found the respective
Board is approached for corrective action;
otherwise the invalid codes are recoded to
the category "unknown". The reader should
note that the edit performed does not
validate any codes; that is, if valid codes
have been used incorrectly this is not
detected by the check and such codes are
accepted as valid.
Statistique Canada vérifie les donnèes q
reçoit pour voir si elles renferment
erreurs et si elles sont cohérentes. ''
s'agitessentiellementdeverifier id
presence de codes invalides et d'effectuer
une analyse chronologique. Si le Bureau
observe des variances importantes en
comparant les données d'une année a l'autre,
il communique avec la commission des
accidents du travail concernée pour obtenir
des expi ications ou pour corriger les
données. De la même façon, s'il dêcouvre
beaucoup de codes invalides, ii entre en
contact avec la coniiiission intéressée pour
ensuite prendre les mesures correctives qui
s'imposent; autrement, les codes invalides
sont convertis a la catêgorie "inconnu". Le
lecteur dolt recnarquer que la verification
effectuée ne permet pas de valider des
codes; ainsi, si des codes valides ont êtê
utilisés incorrectement, us ne sont pas
décelés a la verification et ils sont
acceptés comme étant val ides.
Given the Program's standards and definitions or selection criteria, it should be
expected that the data produced by the
National Work Injuries Statistics Program
differ slightly from information released
by the Workers' Compensation Boards in
their Annual Reports, for example, most
Annual Reports contain statistics which are
based on the "year of first payment"
instead of being restricted to the year
when the injury occurred.
Compte tenu des normes et des definitions
qul se rattachent au Prograniiie national
statistiques sur les accidents du tra_____
ii faut s'attendre que les données produ.,r
different légèrement des renseigneinents pe
présentent les cofilnissions des accidents du
travail dans leurs rapports annuels. Par
exemple, dans la plupart de ces rapports les
donnêes sont basées sur l'annêe du premier
versement d'indemnisation plutôt que sur
l'année øü l'accident s'est produit.
All data suppliers attempt to follow the
Program's standards as closely as possible. However, at times operational procedures may necessitate some variations.
For example, the Ontario Workers'
Compensation Board uses the following
working definition for a time-loss injury
(see Terms and Definitions):
Tous les fournisseurs de données essayent de
respecter les normes du progranmie dans la
mesure du possible. Cependant, certaines
procedures opérationnelles peuvent parfois
exiger qu'ils y dérogent. Par exemple, la
Coninission des accidents du travail de
l'Ontario utilise la definition suivante
pour un accident entranant une perte de
temps (voir Termes et definitions):
A time-loss injury is an injury
or illness that results in temporary or permanent disability or
death. This includes industrial
noise deafness claims where an
employee does not lose time from
Un accident entranant une perte de
temps concerne une blessure ou une
rnaladie qui se solde par une incapacité temporaire ou permanente,
ou encore qui cause la mort. Cela
sirdit6 provoqJèe par
•
- 43 work but a pension is paid for
permanent disability. Injured
otiployees who are given light
work and reduced wages because
they are unable to perform their
regular duties, are included.
les bruits industriels, dans les
cas øü le salarié ne s'absente pas
du travail, mais reçoit une rente
pour une incapacité permanente.
Sont également compris les cas øü
l'on confie des travaux moms durs
et moms bien rémunérés a certains
salaries parce qu'ils sont incap-.
ables d'exercer leurs fonctions
habituel les.
The standard reference period for reporting
work injuries statistics is the calendar
year, but it should be noted that the data
initially may have been collected on a
fiscal-year basis. Generally, the data
contain injuries by year of acident for
which first payment of compensation for
disability was made in the year of the
accident or the three months immediately
following this period. One exception is
Manitoba, in that province the accident
frequencies are based on claims which
receive a final compensation payment within
the calendar year reported.
La période normale de référence des données
sur les accidents du travail est l'année
civile. Cependant, 11 est a noter que
l'information initiale a peut-être étê
recuellile sur la base de l'année fiscale.
Généralement, les donnes portent sur thus
les accidents qui sont survenus durant
l'annêe et pour lesquels la premiere
indemnisation pour incapacité
tea éversée
au cours de l'année oü s'est produit
l'accident ou au cours des trois premiers
mois de l'année suivante. Toutefois le
Manitoba fait exception; dans cette province
les chiffres sur la fréquence des accidents
se fondent stir les demandes d'indemnisation
qul ont fait l'objet d'un paiement final au
cours de l'année civile oü l'accident en
question a étê déclaré.
Consistency in the coding of industrial
activity is difficult to achieve because
the Boards are requested to follow
Statistics Canada structures and they have
to code in an identical manner in all
jurisdictions. Assistance in the coding
process is provided to the Workers' Compensation Boards in the form of listings from
Statistics Canada 1 s Business Register.
bwever, it can be expected that the coders
cannot always strictly follow the Standard
Industrial Classification or that the same
business is coded to different industries
in different jurisdictions. Specifically,
Manitoba noted:
Ii est difficile daen arriver a un codage
uniforme de la branche d'activité parce que
toutes les commissions doivent s'en tenir
aux structures de Statistique Canada pour
coder de façon homogène les accidents du
travail. Statistique Canada aide les
commissions des accidents du travail
a
procéder au codage en leur fournissant les
listes du registre des entreprises. On peut
toutefois s'attendre que les codeurs ne
pui ssent pas toujours seconformer a la
lettre a la Classification des activités
économiques, ou qu'une méme entreprise soit
classée dans des branches d'activité
différentes d'une juridiction a l'autre.
Plus précisément, les responsables du
Manitoba notent ceci:
.
Interpretations using populationat-risk based upon Standard
Industrial Classification (SIC)
coding use the Statistics Canada
SIC definition for each particular industry.Such definitions
-
Les interpretations faites a l'aide
de la population exposée et fondées
sur la Classification des activités
économiques (CAE) font appel a la
- 44 may not correspond directly to
the specific activity of each
firm operating in Manitoba.
definition de Statistique Canada
pour chaquebranche d'activit
donnée. Or, ces Definitions peuvent ne pas correspondre exactement
a l'activitê qu'exerce chaque
entreprise installêe au Manitoba.
Attempts to improve the data collection,
coding and processing procedures are important ongoing activities of the National
Work Injuries Statistics Program. For
example, at the present time Ontario
reports "part of body" for industrial
illnesses under the "unclassified"
category. While changes may result in
discontinuities in the short term, these
improvements will yield better data over a
longer time span. Two recent changes which
have been implemented by the Ontario Board
are: first, "neck injuries" (sprains and
fractures only), previously reported under
"back injuries", will be coded under the
appropriate classification starting in
1985. Second, in 1984, Ontario improved
its data collection procedures resulting in
a decrease of the number of injuries "not
elsewhere classified" while it increased a
corresponding number of "sprains and
strains", "ankleinjuries"and"knee
injuries".
Le Progranine national de statistiques sur
les accidents du travailconiporte des
mécanismespermanents quipermettent
d'améliorer les procedures de collecte, de
codage et de traitement des données.Par
exemple,L'Ontariodeclareal'heure
actuelle dans l.a catéorie "non classé" le
"siege de la lesion' pour les maladies
industrielles.Ces changements entrainent
des problCmes de continuité a court tenile,
mais us permettront d'améliorer les données
sur une longue période.Deux changements
ont réceilinent éte apportés par la Coninission
des accidents du travail de l'Ontario:
premièrement, les blessures au cou (étire-.
ments et fractures seulement), qui êtaient
déclarées auparavant sous la rubrique des
blessures au dos, feront l'objet
catégorie distincte a compter de
Deuxièmenent, en 1984, l'Ontario a anit
ses procedures de collecte de do
réduisant ainsi le nombre de blessure
classées ailleurs" et accroissant le norubre
correspondant d'entorses et de foulures, de
blessures la cheville et de blessures au
genou.
Data Standards
Norues régi ssant 1 es données
The National Work Injuries Statistics Pro.-.
gram uses the following three standards for
the production of statistics:
Le Programe national de statistiques sur
les accidents du travail applique les trois
nones suivantes a i.a production de statistiques:
a) occupation:Occupational Cl assi fica.tion Manual , 1971 - Census of Canada;
a) profession:Classification type des
professions, 1971 - Recensement du
Canada;
b) industrial activity:Standard Industrial Classification, 1970; and
b) activité êconomique: Classification des
activités écon(xmiques, 1970; et
c) injuries and illnesses: Z16.2 American
National Standard.
c) accidents et maladies: None nationale
américaine Z16.2.
0
- 45 Under the existing arrangements the
urkers' Compensation Boards code all data
w :ording to these standards prior to
6
ansfering the information to Statistics
Canada. Efforts are being made by all
Program participants to follow these
standards; however, this is not always
possible.
Aux termes des dispositions actuel les, les
Commissions des accidents du travail codent
toutes les données en fonction de ces normes
avant de les transmettre a Statistique
Canada. Tous les participants au programme
s'efforcent de respecter ces normes; ii ne
leur est toutefois pas toujours possible de
le faire.
The occupation of the injured worker is
coded using Statistics Canada's Occupational Classification Manual, 1970. Four
Boards have not been able to follow this
standard in the past. The Boards of
Newfoundland and Nova Scotia have not
provided occupation data, Manitoba has
coded only a very smal 1 proportion of the
total time-loss injuries recorded and
Quebec has used the Canadian Classification
and Dictionary of Occupations, 1971, to
assign occupation codes. )-bwever, the
manual used by the Quebec Board is very
similar to the Program's standard,
permitting an easy conversion of the codes
from one standard to the other.
La profession du travailleur victime d'un
accident du travail est codée 1 l'aide de là
Classification type des professions de
Statistique Canada (1971). Quatre commissions n'ont pas êté en mesure de suivre
cette nonne dans le passé. Les commissions
de Terre-Neuve et de la Nouvelle-Ecosse
n'ont pas fourni de données sur la profession, celle du Manitoba n'a code qu'une très
faible proportion de l'ensemble des accidents ayant entrainé des pertes de temps et
celle du Québec s'est servie de la
Classification canadienne descriptive des
professions de 1971 pour attribuer les codes
de profession. Le manuel qu'a utilisé la
commission du (jêbec est cependant très
semblable a là norme du programme, ce qui
pennet de convertir facilement les codes
d'un systeme a l'autre.
For industrial activity coding the Standard
Par ailleurs, a l'exception de la commission
de l'Alberta qui utilise la version de 1980,
c'est la Classification des activités économiques de 1970 qui sert a coder les activités économiques. Pour aider les Commissions
des accidents du travail a attribuer les
codes d'activité êcononique, nous leur avons
fourni nos listes spéciales du Registre des
entreprises. Ces totalisations indiquent
l'activité économique de toutes les
entreprises qul figurent dans le Registre
des entreprises ainsi que celle de leurs
sous-unités. Son utilisation pennet une
application uniforme de là norme relative a
l'activité êconcmique. D'énormes efforts
ont été déployCs pour attribuer les bons
codes d'activité êconomique, mais 11 reste
encore quelques incohérences a résoudre.
.
Industrial Classification, 1970, is used;
excepting the Alberta Board which uses the
1980 version. To assist in the assigrinent
of industry codes, the Workers' Compensation Boards have been supplied with special
listings from Statistics Canada's Business
Register. These tabulations contain
industry identifications for all companies
and their subunits on the Register. Their
use permits a uniform application of the
industrial activity standard. Great effort
has been expended to assign correct industry codes; however, a few inconsistencies
remain.
40
- 46 The Z16.2 Americal National Standard, used
by the National Work Injuries Statistics
Program to code injuries and illnesses, was
published in the United States in 1962.
The U.S. version, however, was modified
slightly to meet a few requirements specific to the Canadian environment. This
standard was chosen because it provided
information on accident type, nature of
injury, source of injury and part of body.
The Z16.2 manual is used by all Workers'
Compensation Boards to code accident type
and source of injury, but to code nature of
injury and part of body the Boards of
Ontario and Saskatchewan use the Industrial
Classification of Diseases. These data are
converted later to the Program's standard.
The Z16.2 manual has not been updated since
the early 1960's. The standard has been
criticized that it is not sufficiently
sensitive to the issues of the 1980s, for
example, it does not cover areas such as
toxic chemicals and occupational illnesses
very well, topics which have become
increasingly important in recent years.
Attempts are now being made to revise the
Z16.2 manual in order to respond to these
concerns.
Lanormenationaleaméricaine Ziutilisée aux fins du Programe natior
statistiques sur les accidents du t
pour coder les accidents et les malad,
été publiêe aux Etats-Unis en 1962.Nous
avonstoutefois modifiê légèresnent la
versionaméricainepoursatisfairea
certainscritères propres aumilieu
canadien. Cette name a êté choisie parce
qu'elle fournit des renseignements sur le
genre d'accident, la nature de la lesion,
l'agent causal de la lesion et le siege de
la lesion.Toutes les Commissions des
accidents du travail se servent du manuel
Z16.2 pour coder la nature de la lesion et
le siege de la lesion, mais les coniiiissions
de l'Ontario et de la Saskatchewan s'inspirent de la Classification internationale des
maladies pour coder le genre d'accident et
l'agent causal de la lesion. Ces données
sont ensuite converties en fonction de la
norme du programe. Le manuel Z16.2 n'a pas
été mis a jour depuis le debut des années
60. Certains se plaignent que cette norme
ne rend pas bien compte des préoccup
des années 80, par exernple, elle ne
pas tres bien les domaines des pru
chimiquestoxiques etdesmal
professionnelles, sujets qui ont pris de
plus en plus d'importance ces derniêres
annêes. Nous tentons maintenant de reviser
le manuel Z16.2 de façon a tenir compte de
ces questions.
Terws and Definitions
Terues et definitions
Accident
Accident
In this report an accident is defined
as an unexpected or unplanned event,
including conditions leading to occupational illnesses, arising out of or in
the course of employment that result in
injury or illness.
Dans la présente publication, on définit
un accident comme un Cvénement inattendu
ou imprévu, y compris une situation se
soldant par une maladie professionnelle,
qui se produit en cours d'emploi et qui
entrane une blessure ou une maladie.
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Whe exposure base, used to calculate
incidence rates, defines the population at
risk, usually specified as employment or
hours of work. For the purposes of work
injuries statistics, "average annual
employment" has been selected as the
exposure base.
Base d'exposition au risque
La base d'exposltion au risque, qui sert au
calcul du taux d'incidence, s'applique a la
population exposée et, en règle générale,
est exprimêe en fonction du nombre d'employés ou du nonibre d'heures travafllêes.
Pour les fins des statistiques sur les
accidents du travail, les effectifs annuels
moyens ont été sélectionnés en tant que base
d' exposi tion.
Incidence Rate
Taux d'incidence
The incidence rate, used to compare populations of different size, is defined as
the number of injuries and illnesses
expressed as a proportion of the population
at risk.
Le taux d'incidence, qui sert la comparaison de populations de taille différente,
est le nonibre de blessures et de maladies
par rapport a la population exposêe.
Industry
Branche d'activitê
An industry is defined as a group of enterprises, for example, companies and
establishments, wiich are engaged in the
iiie or similar kind of economic activity.
rkers'Compensation Boards classify
Ousinesses according to their industrial
tctivity for administrative purposes. The
provincial laws are similar, but not
identical; for example, sometimes the
legislation excludes certain industries
from coverage. I-nce,there exists
differences in coverageamong jurisdictions. For purposes of this report, the
industry of the injured or ill worker is
coded using the Standard Industrial Classification Manual, 1970, Statistics Canada
(Cat. No. 12-501).
La branche d'activité est un ensemble
d'entreprises, par exemple, les compagnies
et établissements qui exercent la méme, ou
une activité écononiique semblable. Les
diverses commissions des accidents du
travail classent,
a
des fins
d'administration, les entreprises ou les
groupes industriels selon leurs activités
écononiiques. Cependant, conime les lois
provinciales ne sont pas tout a fait
identiques (suivant la province par exemple,
une loi peut ne pas s'appliquer a certaines
branches d'activitê), les branches visées ne
sont pas les mémes. Pour le present
rapport, le code attribué a la branche
d'activité au sein de laquelle oeuvre le
travailleur blessé ou malade provient de la
Classification des activités économiques,
1970, Statistique Canada (no. 12-501 au
Catal ogue).
Injury and Illness
Blessure et maladie
An occupationalinjury is any injury
resulting from a work related accident, for
example, cuts, sprains,fractures and
amputations. Occupational illness, as
distinct from a physical injury, results
from conditions in the work environment.
La blessure professionnelle est toute lesion
rCsul tant d'un accident de travail , par
exemple, une coupure, une entorse, une
fracture ou une amputation. La maladie
professionnelle, par opposition
a une
blessure resulte des conditions du milieu de
travail.
a) Nature of injury or illness: The
principal physical or mental characteristics of an injury or illness.
a) Nature de la lesion: la prin(-i
caractéristique physique ou mentale (
blessure ou de la maladie. b) Part of body affected: The part of body
directly affected by an injury or
illness.
b) Siege de la lesion: la partie du corps
directement touchêe par une blessure ou
une maladie.
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c) Source of injury or illness: Thec) Agent causal de la lesion:L'objet, la
object, substance or motion whichsubstance ou le geste qui est directement
directlyinflictedtheinjuryorresponsable de la blessure ou de la
illness. maladie.
d) Type of accident: The event that caused
the injury or illness.
d) Genre d'accident:l'événement qul a
provoqué la blessure ou la maladie.
Occupation
Profession
Occupation is defined as the principal
activity a person is engaged in at his/her
place of work. The occupation of an
injured or ill employee is coded according
to the Occupational Classification Manual
Census of Canada, 1971, Statistics Canada
(Cat. No. 12-537).
La profession est l'activitê qu'exerce
principalement une personne son lieu de
travail.Le code attribué a la profession
de l'employé blessé ou malade est conforme a
la Classification type des professions,
Recensement du Canada, 1971, Statistique
Canada (no. 12-538 au Catalogue).
Reference Year
Année de référence The calendar year for which the work injury
and illness data have been reported. For
purposes of the Program, this includes all
time-loss injuries which occurred during
the reference year and which were accepted
by March 31 of the following year.
L'annêe de référence est l'année civie a
laquelle s'appliquent les renseignernents qui
ont été donnés sur l'accident de travail ou
la maladie professionnelle. Pour les fins,
du programme, cela comprend thus les
accidents du travail avec perte de temps qui
se sont produits durant l'année de référence
et qui ont été accepté au plus tard le 31
mars de l'annêe suivante.
It should be noted that most Boards publish
their annual report statistics on a "first
paid in the reference year" basis.
Iiest
a noter que le plupart des
cornissions publient leur rapport annuel sur
la base de l'année du premier versement
d' I ndemni sation.
Time-loss Injury or Illness
Lesion entranant une perte de temps
A time-loss injury or illness is defined as
an injury or illness where an employee is
compensated for a loss of wages following
an accident or where a worker is compensated for a permanent disability with or
without any time lost in his employment,
for example, in cases where an employee
receives compensation for a loss of hearing
resulting from excessive noise In the work
place.
Une lesion entranant une perth de temps est
une blessure ou une maladie qui fait en
sorte que l'employé est indemnisé pour une
perte de rémunération par suite d'un
accident ou pour une incapacité permanente
avec ou sans perte de temps de son eiip1 oi.
Par exemple, lorsqu'un employé reçoit
indemnité pour la perte de l'ouie caus
un niveau de bruit excessif a son lie
travail
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•rker or Eriloyee
Travailleur ou employé
For purposes of this report, a worker or an
employee is defined as a person who is
covered by workers compensation
legislation, noting that coverage differs
slightly between jurisdictions. The term
worker or employee, here, for example,
includes selfemployed persons who have
successfully applied for coverage and
individuals who are deemed employees by
Workers' Compensation Boards.
Dans le present rapport, un travailleur ou
un employé est une personne qui est rêgie
par une lol provinclale sur les accidents de
travail en tenant compte du fait que le
champ d'applicatlon de ces lois vane
lêgèrement d'une province a l'autre. Ainsi,
les termes employé ou travailleur
s'appliquent aux travailleurs autonomes qui
ont demandé d'être regis par ces lois et
dont la demande a été approuvée et aux
personnes qui sont considêrées canine des
employés par les diverses commissions des
accidents du travail.
Conf i denti al i ty
Confidential ité
The Statistics Act prohibits the disclosure
of information that would lead to the
identification of any individual person,
business or organization. To meet this
requirement, while providing a maximum of
detail , the values between "l' and 11911 in
• tabulations have been replaced with
ynibols as follows:
La Loi sur la statistique interdit
a
quiconque de divulguer des renseignements
qui permettent d'identifier une personne,
une entreprise ou un organisme. Pour satisfaire a cette exigence, tout en procurant a
l'utilisateur le plus de details possibles,
les valeurs entre "i' et "9" dans tous les
tableaux ont été remplacées par les symboles
suivants:
1 to 3 = x,
4 to 6 = xx, and
7 to 9 = xxx.
1â3 = x;
4 a 6 = xx;
et 7 a 9 = xxx.
A Few Coents on the Data
Quelgues observations sur les données
The NationalWorkInjuries Statistics
Program uses administrative records to
compile work related injury and illness
statistics. Such records often provide a
readily accessible data source for general
statistical information. Usually the data
are relatively inexpensive to obtain, thus,
eliminating the need for costly surveys.
Ibwever, the user must be aware that the
data were designed to meet specific program
requirements. Two problems frequently
identified with the use of administrative
records relate to data availability and
popul ation coverage.
Le Progran.ne national de statistiques sur
les accidents du travail utilise les
dossiers aiiinistratifs pour rassembler des
statistiques sur les blessures et les
maladies lfées au travail. Ces dossiers
constituent souvent une source de statistiques générales facilement accessible.
Obtenir les donnêes est généraleinent peu
coteux, ce qui éliinine le besoin d'enquêtes
onéreuses. Cependant, l'utilisateur de
statistiques doit savoir que les donnêes ont
été conçues en fonction de programmes
particuliers. L'utiuisation des dossiers
adrninistratifs entrane souvent deux genres
de problèmes: l'actualité des données et le
champ d'observation.
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period of the program administered. For
work injuries statistics the accounting
period is the calendar year. Given the
necessary requirements to process claims
and to prepare a publication, national work
injuries statistics can only be released
several months after the reference year.
L'actualité des donnêes depend de la pèr
comptable du prograniiie visé.Dansle
des statistiques relatives aux acciderW
travail,la périodecomptable est1arinëe
civile. A causedutempsnécessaire au
traitement
desreclamationsetala
redaction
delapublication,les
statistiques sur les accidents du travail ne
peuventétre publiéesqueplusieursmois
après l'année de référence.
Coverage is another area of major concern.
While administrative records provide census
type information with respect to the
program administered, the data may not be
congruent with a target population
desirable for general analytical or policy
purposes. Therefore, statistics based on
administrative records may exclude
individuals or organizations which may be
of interest to certain analysts or policy
makers.
Le champ d'application constitue êgalement
une preoccupation majeure. Méne Si les
dossiers administratifs fournissent des
données en ce qui a trait au programme
administré, ces données peuvent ne pas
correspondre a la population cible souhaitable a des fins d'analyse générale ou
d'établissement de politique. Par consêquent, les statistiques fondées sur des
dossiers administratifs peuvent exciure des
personnes ou des organisations susceptibles
d'intêresser certains analystes ou certains
décideurs.
The work injury and illness statistics
originate from administrative records used
by Workers' Compensation Boards to settle
claims from injured workers. Statistics
shown in this release represent a census of
all time-loss injuries as defined by the
National Work Injuries Statistics Program
(see Terms and Definitions).
Les statistiques relatives aux acciderits
travail et aux maladies professionn
proviennent des dossiers ak11inistri
utilisés par les Commissions des dCCIILMts
du travail pour donner suite aux réclamations des travailleurs blesses. Les statistiques diffusées dans la présente publication constituent un recensement de toutes
les lesions causant l'absence du travail
telle que définie dans le cadre du Programme
national de statistique sur les accidents du
travail (voir Termes et definitions).
The NationalWorkInjuries Statistics
Program has collected data from all provincial Workers' Compensation Boards; that is,
from organizations administering workers'
compensation legislation in independent
jurisdictions. The laws and regulations
administered and the operations of all
Boards are similar, however, they are not
identical. Within each jurisdiction the
da'a are consistent over time, but differencs are observed if interprovincial
comparisons are made. These differences
Le Programme national de statistiques sur
les accidents du travail a permis de
recueillir des donnêes de toutes les
co,unissions des accidents du travail,
c'est-à-dire les organismes provinciaux
charges d'administrer les lois relatives a
l'indemnisation des victimes de lesions
professionnelles. Les lois et les rëglements administrés par les diverses commissions ainsi que le fonctionnement de ces
commissions sont semblables, mais non
identiques.Dans chaque province, les
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ecifically,fromuniqueoperational
r,)cedures and/or the populations covered
each province. One way to look at the
data Is to observe and compare trends
Instead of absolute values.
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It is often useful to study ratios or
rates, for example percentages, when
comparing populations of dissimilar size.
The rate, however, must show an accurate
rel ationship between the numerator and
denominator. For purposes of the National
Work Injuries Statistics Program, an incidence rate must express a precise ratio
between the number of work related injuries
and the population at risk. Given the
coverage problems noted previously, it is
not possible at the present time to
calculate exact injury incidence rates.
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ccupational illnesses are not well covered
the data available. There are three
main reasons for this shortfall. First, an
illness has to be properly diagnosed and
recognized under workers'compensation
legislation.Second, occupational illnesses may be latent for many years and, if
the cause is obscure, may be treated within
the general health system. Al so,
occupational illnesses may initially not be
compensable under workers' legislation
and/or the acceptance of such claims may
fall outside the reference period. Third,
the Z16.2 manual currently used may not
contain appropriate codes to identify
certain occupational illnesses; this
probi em has been recognized and attempts
are being made to revise and improve this
standard.
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données sont cohérentes d'une annêe
a
l'autre; cependant, lorsqu'on veut comparer
les donnêes de deux provinces, on trouve des
differences. Ces differences peuvent
découler d'une varlété de facteurs,
notanuient de l'utllisation de procedures
particullères et/ou de la population exposée
dans chaque province. Une des façons
d'étudier les données est d'analyser et de
comparer des tendances plutht que des
valeurs absolues.
Lorsque 1' on veut comparer des popul ations
de taille différente, ii est souvent utile
d'étudier des ratios ou des taux. Toutefois, les taux doivent montrer une relation
exacte entre le numérateur et le dénominateur. Aux fins du Progranie national de
statistiques sur les accidents du travail
un taux d'incidence doit représenter un
ratio précis entre le nombre de lesions
liées au travail et la population exposée au
risque. Etant donné les problèmes de champ
d'observation nentionnés plus haut, il n'est
pas possible actuellement de calculer des
taux d'incidence exacts.
Les données disponibles couvrent mal les
maladies professionnelles. 11 y a trois
raisons principales a cette lacune. En
premier lieu, la maladie dolt Ctre diagnostiquée maladie professionnelle et reconnue a
ce titre dans les lois relatives aux accidents du travail. En deuxième lieu, une
maladie professionnelle peut demeurer
latente pendant de nombreuses années, et, si
sa cause n'est pas claire, elle peut être
traitée dans le cadre des soins de sante
généraux. En outre, ii est possible que
certaines maladies professionnelles ne
soient pas indetnnisêes par certaines lois
relatives aux accidents du travail et/ou ne
soient approuvées qu'après la période de
référence. En troisième lieu, le manuel
Z16.2 actuellement en usage peut ne pas
comprendre les codes permettant d'identifier
certaines maladies professionnelles; ce
dernier problème a été reconnu et on
s'efforce actuellement de revoir et
d'améliorer cette norme.
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