The latest figures released by the the Health and Safety Executive show there has been a rise in the number of people killed or injured at work in Wales over the past twelve months.
Eighteen workers lost their lives while at work last year and and over one thousand two hundred others suffered a major injury.
The figures are up on last year when there were eleven deaths and employers are being urged to focus on real risk.
The Health and Safety Executive has asked business to rethink workplace safety provisions in the New Year.
The following table lists the numbers of deaths across Wales during 2010/11.
- Bridgend - 1
- Caerphilly - 1
- Carmarthenshire - 2
- Flintshire - 2
- Neath & Port Talbot - 4
- Newport - 1
- Pembrokeshire - 5
- Powys - 1
- Swansea - 1
In the UK a total of a hundred and seventy three workers were killed at work last year, compared to a hundred and seventy five worker deaths during 2010/11.
More than 23,000 workers also suffered a major injury.
High-risk industries include construction, which had 49 deaths last year, agriculture with 33 deaths, manufacturing with 31 deaths and waste and recycling with 5 deaths - making up more than half of all workplace deaths in Great Britain during 2011/12.