Labour Force Survey (LFS): Self-reported work-related illness (SWI) and workplace injuries
Analysis of the trends in self-reported work-related ill health with special reference to the trend reversal in 2006/07
The self-reported illness incidence rate has fluctuated significantly in recent years. A number of methodological factors have been examined for their possible contribution to these changes, but most of these make no contribution to the observed changes, and none make a major impact.
- Self-reported work-related illness in 1995: Results from a household survey. (SWI95)
- Self-reported working conditions in 1995: Results from a household survey. (SWC95)
A study to identify job characteristics that could be associated with the occurrence of work-related illness. [Published 10/97].
- Information sheet 4/00/EMSU
Secondary analysis of the 1995 Self-reported Work-related Illness survey (SWI95). [Published 10/00].
- Information sheet 2/99/EMSU
Economic Impact: Revised data from the self-reported work-related illness survey in 1995 (SWI95). [Published 09/99]