The Occupational Epidemiology Program of the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services collects and reports information on work-related injuries, illnesses and fatalities. We aim to describe the injury and illness burden and trends impacting our workforce and, in partnership with employers, workers, researchers, public health officials, policy makers and others, identify and implement effective prevention strategies.
Work-Related Fatality Reports
- Methods for State Occupational Fatality Surveillance
- COMING SOON: State Occupational Fatality Report, 2012-2018
- 2020: Federal Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries (CFOI) Wyoming Summary, 2008-2018
- 2018: State Occupational Fatality Report, 2012>-2017
- 2019: Federal Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries (CFOI) by Detailed Industry, 2003-2014
- 2018: Occupational Ozone and Oil & Gas Development
- 2018: Truck Driver Survey Report
- 2016: Carbon Monoxide: Risk, Injury and Death in Wyoming
- : Employment Demographic Profile, Wyoming and the U.S., 2008-2013
- -: Occupational Health Indicators in Wyoming
- Health & Safety Resources for Workers & Employers
- Funding & Staffing Resources to Support Occupational Health and Safety in Wyoming
- Wyoming Research & Planning: Statistics and reports covering the topics of employment, unemployment, wages, workforce education and demographics, industry hiring trends, and more. Includes the following:
- Wyoming OSHA: Safety and fatal accident alerts, standards and compliance assistance, education and training materials.
- OSHA Establishment Search: Look up enforcement inspections by establishment (employer) name.
- NIOSH State-base Surveillance Clearinghouse: Data reports and education materials searchable by state and by topic.
- CSTE Occupational Health Indicators: Selected injury/illness data, workers compensation claims costs, and other measures for states and the nation.
Meredith Towle, State Occupational Epidemiologist
- (307) 777-7671