The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) have released their annual workplace fatality figures for 2021/22.
123 workers were killed at work in Great Britain between April 2021 and March 2022.
Around a quarter of fatal injuries to workers in 2021/22 were in the Construction sector (30 deaths), with a further 18% in each of the Agriculture, forestry and fishing sector and the Manufacturing sector (22 deaths in each).
The three most common causes of fatal injuries continue to be falling from height (29), being struck by a moving vehicle (23), and being struck by a moving object (18).
Further information can be found here.
Further statistics can be found here.