Industry Injury and Illness Data - 2003
Securities brokerage industries had a rate of 0.4 cases of nonfatal injuries and illnesses per 100 equivalent full-time workers. The rate for injuries and illnesses for small establishments (those employing 1 to 10 workers) was 0 cases per 100 workers, while it was 0.3 for large establishments (those employing more than 1000 workers). Mid-size establishments (those employing 50 to 249 workers) had a rate of 0.6 cases per 100 workers. The rate for establishments employing 11 to 49 workers and 250 to 999 workers was 0.3 and 0.4 respectively.
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|Industries||Establishment Size - Number of Employees|
|Total||1 to 10||11 to 49||50 to 249||250 to 999||1000+|
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