27 MARCH 2018
Estonian Health Insurance Fund's data of people aged 20-59 with health insurance and health insurance coverage as of 31st Dec 2017 by sex, age group and county is published in database.
21 MARCH 2018
The Estonian Rescue Board data for drownings, building fires statistics, fatalities due to fire and the Estonian Road Administration data for traffic accidents with casualties by counties in 2017 is available in database.
Data is published here.
24 JANUARY 2018
Health promoting kindergartens, schools and workplaces network statistics for 2017 has added to database.
During 2017, 10 kindergartens, 2 schools and 21 workplaces joined with the health promoting institutions networks and at the end of the year 2017 the cumulative number of health promoting kindergartens was 285, schools 206 and health promoting workplaces was 280 in Estonia.
21 MARCH 2018
In the course of last year a total of 5,184 workplace accidents occurred, i.e. 14 workplace accidents per day.
Of the 5,184 workplace accidents registered last year, 4,058 accidents resulted in employees sustaining only minor injuries. 1,117 employees were severely injured and nine people died. The Labour Inspectorate data is published in Health Statistics and Health Research Database.
The most accident-prone locations were Tallinn, Harju County and Tartu County. Most accidents abroad involving employees from Estonia occurred in Finland. The primary workplace accident risk group comprises men aged 23–34. Most of the accidents happened in the metal industry, national defence and trade.
A total of 7,464 certificates of incapacity for work were issued last year due to workplace accidents. The compensation totalled 4.4 million euros. Continue reading on the Labour Inspectorate website.
09 JANUARY 2018
Statistics about injuries in 2016 is available in the Health Statistics and Health Research database.
Almost 160 000 people needed treatment due to injuries in 2016. Among them were 35 700 children aged under 15.
Men had 50% more injuries than women (per 100 population). The greatest difference was between men and women in the 25–34 years age group, where men had twice as much injuries than women.
Half of the injuries occurred at home, but almost one-fifth of the places remained unknown.