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Fatality statistics

The latest update remains as of 28 April, at which time 51 fatalities had been notified to Safe Work Australia. The workers killed have come from the following industries:

  • 13  Agriculture, forestry & fishing
  • 19 Transport, postal & warehousing
  • 7 Construction
  • 7 Public Administration & safety
  • 3 Electricity, gas, water & waste services
  • 2 Mining

To check for updates, and for more details on fatalities since 2003, go to the Safe Work Australia Work-related fatalities webpage and in particular, here.

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