ROCKY FLATS ABSENCES AMONG WORK FORCE, 1993

Absences per person. In 1993, 1,114 Rocky Flats employees reported an absence of 5 or more consecutive workdays because of illness or injury. Two hundred forty-three (21.8%) of these workers had two or more absences. A total of 1,443 absences were reported by the employees (Table 2.A). Rocky Flats Table 2.A Table 2.A

Rocky Flats Table 2.A


Absences per Person

Employee Category Number of Workers 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Total Persons Absence at Least Once Total Number of Absences
Male 4648 4031 494 98 17 6 1 1 617 776
Female 1750 1253 377 81 31 6 1 1 617 776
TOTALS 6398 5284 871 179 48 12 2 2 1,114 1,443

Diagnoses per Absence. A total of 1,663 diagnoses were associated with the 1,443 absences of 5 or more consecutive workdays. Multiple diagnoses were reported for 200 (13.9%) absences (Table 2.B NOT SHOWN HERE).

Diagnoses Rates. In 1993, 1,663 diagnoses noted for absences of 5 or more consecutive workdays yielded an age-adjusted rate of 260.4 diagnoses per 1,000 persons. The diagnosis rate for women (442.4 per 1,000) was more than double the rate for men (184.5 per 1,000) (Table 2.C NOT SHOWN HERE ).

The purpose of this abridged report is to evaluate different approaches to presenting information in tabular and graphical forms in a WWW format. The above table was created using HTML "TABLE" command.

Here are three examples of tables that DO NOT use the HTML "TABLE" command:

  1. ( Table 7) Diagnoses By Occupational Category.
  2. ( Table 10) Relative Risk by Occupational Categories
  3. To see Total Event Rates for All Diseases and Injures by Gender, Occupational Categories,and Age CLICK HERE and select
    Unadjusted Rate Table at the bottom of the page (this table is NOT in the original report)