The Nebraska Occupational Safety and Health Surveillance Program (NOSHP) tracks injuries, illnesses, fatalities, and health hazards among workers in Nebraska. On this page you can find the most recent occupational health data and statistics, annual reports, and resources for finding additional occupational health data.
Occupational Health Surveillance Data Update: March 2014
Nebraska Industry Spotlights
Accommodation and Food Services
Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing, and Hunting
Animal Slaughtering and Processing NEW
Health Care and Social Assistance
Transportation and Warehousing
Occupational Health Indicators Data
Occupational health indicators (OHIs) are standard measures of work-related injuries, diseases, or factors associated with occupational health. Occupational Health Indicators help determine the risk status of workers, identify trends, and compare occupational health data across states. Learn more about Occupational Health Indicators.
Nebraska Occupational Health Indicators Report, 2013 (Summary of 2010 Data)
Nebraska Occupational Health Indicators Report, 2012 (Summary of 2009 Data)
Nebraska Occupational Health Indicators, 2000-2009
Putting Data to Work: Occupational Health Indicators from Thirteen Pilot States for 2000 (CSTE)
Occupational Health Indicators Data Query Tool
View occupational health indicator data from Nebraska and other states on the Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologist (CSTE)'s website. Note: Updates in Nebraska's data are not reflected in the CSTE Query Tool.