Occupational health indicators (OHIs) are standardized measures of worker health. They are generated by using various sources of worker illness and injury data.
Why use occupational health indicators?
Occupational health indicator data provides a way to determine the status of workers' health and safety in Nebraska. They also help public health and occupational health professionals:
Compare the health status of the working population in Nebraska with other states
Shape education and outreach efforts aimed at high-risk populations
Evaluate trends over time
Guide priorities for prevention and intervention efforts
Generating occupational health indicators
Occupational health indicators list