Table. 3.

Status of Industrial Accidents by Size of Business

Variables Categories Total <50 <5 5~9 10~19 20~29 30~49
Total Number of business (n,%) 2,680,874 2,632,955 1,970,387 360,369 190,872 64,557 46,770
(100.0) (98.2) (73.5) (13.4) (7.1) (2.4) (1.7)
Number of employee (n, %) 18,725,160 11,163,526 2,996,744 2,343,198 2,538,170 1,533,152 1,752,262
(100.0) (59.6) (16.0) (12.5) (13.6) (8.2) (9.4)
Number of casualties (n, %) 109,242 83,678 34,522 15,872 15,769 8,860 8,655
(100.0) (76.6) (31.6) (14.5) (14.4) (8.1) (7.9)
Disaster rate (‰) 5.8 7.5 11.5 6.8 6.2 5.8 4.9
Injury Number of casualties (n, %) 94,047 75,591 31,871 14,316 14,058 7,821 7,525
(100.0) (80.4) (33.9) (15.2) (15.0) (8.3) (8.0)
Disaster rate (‰) 5.0 6.8 10.6 6.1 5.5 5.1 4.3
Death Number of casualties (n, %) 855 660 301 110 128 57 64
(100.0) (77.2) (35.2) (12.9) (15.0) (6.7) (7.5)
Disaster rate (‱) 0.5 0.6 1.0 0.5 0.5 0.4 0.4
Disease Number of casualties (n, %) 14,030 7,502 2,458 1,445 1,579 976 1,044
(100.0) (53.5) (17.5) (10.3) (11.3) (7.0) (7.4)
Disaster rate (‰) 0.8 0.7 0.8 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6

The sum of occupational disease deaths and occupational disease.

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