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Note: The figures included within the tables are representative of Great Britain unless otherwise stated. No new data on working days lost is available for 2020/21.

The Office for National Statistics is the provider of the LFS data. The analysis of these data presented in the tables below is the sole responsibility of HSE.

Illness - Last updated 12/21

Important Note

The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and the government’s response has impacted recent trends in health and safety statistics published by HSE. It has also affected certain data collections and consequently, no new data on working days lost is available for 2020/21. Our previously published data on working days lost relating to earlier periods can be found in archived tables. More details can be found in our technical report on the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on health and safety statistics.

Note

No new data on working days lost is available for 2020/21. Previously published data on working days lost relating to earlier periods can be found in archived tables.

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Impact of coronavirus pandemic on ill health – Last updated 12/21

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Injuries – Last updated 12/21

Important Note

The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and the government’s response has impacted recent trends in health and safety statistics published by HSE. It has also affected certain data collections and consequently, no new data on working days lost is available for 2020/21. Our previously published data on working days lost relating to earlier periods can be found in archived tables. More details can be found in our technical report on the impact of the pandemic on health and safety statistics.

Note

No new data on working days lost is available for 2020/21. Previously published data on working days lost relating to earlier periods can be found in archived tables.

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Updated 2021-12-07