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Kinds of accident

The "kind" is a broad description of how the accident happened. Particular kinds tend to be associated with different levels of injury severity, with limited year-to-year change in the proportions of each kind.

In 2012/13p:

Estimated working days lost by kind of self-reported non-fatal injury, 2012/13 (LFS)

Estimated working days lost by kind of self-reported non-fatal injury, 2012/13 (LFS)

2012/13p statistics for injury kinds are available in the table RIDKIND1 Reported injuries to employees in Great Britain by kind of accident, severity of injury and main industry (RIDDOR)

More detailed statistics for the top kinds of reportable injuries to employees are available at:

Updated 2013-10-15