Agricultural Injuries in Canada for 1990-2000

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments

Foreword & Executive Summary

Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 2: Methods 

Fatal Agricultural Injuries in Canada

Chapter 3: Work-Related Agricultural Fatalities – Overview

Chapter 4: Work-Related Agricultural Fatalities by Age and Cause

Chapter 5: Causes of Agricultural Fatalities

Chapter 6: Work-Related Agricultural Fatalities by Province

Chapter 7: Non Work-Related Agricultural Fatalities – Overview

Chapter 8: Patterns of Agricultural Fatalities

Hospitalized Agricultural Injuries in Canada

Chapter 9: Hospitalized Agricultural Injuries – Overview

Chapter 10: Hospitalized Agricultural Machine-Related Injuries – Overview

Chapter 11: Hospitalized Agricultural Machine-Related Injuries – Ages 1-14

Chapter 12: Hospitalized Agricultural Machine-Related Injuries – Ages 15-59

Chapter 13: Hospitalized Agricultural Machine-Related Injuries – Ages 60+

Chapter 14: Hospitalized Agricultural Injuries – Overview

Chapter 15: Hospitalized Agricultural Machine-Related Injuries – Augers, Combines, PTOs, Motor Vehicles, Balers

Chapter 16: Hospitalized Agricultural Non Machine-Related Injuries – Overview

Chapter 17: Hospitalized Agricultural Non Machine-Related Injuries – Ages 1-14

Chapter 18: Hospitalized Agricultural Non Machine-Related Injuries – Ages 15-59

Chapter 19: Hospitalized Agricultural Non Machine-Related Injuries – Ages 60+

Chapter 20: Hospitalized Agricultural Non Machine-Related Injuries – Animals

Chapter 21: Hospitalized Agricultural Non Machine-Related Injuries – Falls, Struck by Object

Appendices

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