Fatal injuries in farming, horticulture and fish farming in Scotland – 2003/04 to 2013/14

Figures published in the Health and Safety Executive’s report ‘Fatal injuries in farming, forestry, horticulture and associated industries 2012/13’ show that 38 people were killed as a result of farming and other agriculture-related activities during the year.

The report shows that transport-related injuries were responsible for more deaths than any other cause. It also highlights trends and indicates key points in fatalities involving employees, the self-employed and members of the public.

Fatal injuries in farming, forestry horticulture and associated industries 2012/13

Fatal injuries in farming, horticulture and fish farming in Scotland from 2003/04 to 2013/14

Fatal injuries in farming, horticulture and fish farming in Scotland from 2003/04 to 2013/14

Reports archive

  • Fatal injuries in farming, forestry horticulture and associated industries 2011/12
  • Fatal injuries in farming forestry and horticulture 2010/11

Article source: http://www.hse.gov.uk/agriculture/resources/fatal.htm