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            2. AmTrust’s Retail Risk Report examined 3 years of retail workers’ compensation claims in an effort to help agents and small business owners better understand the risks involved in this industry. Our data explores top hazard classes, common injuries, average loss time and more. Our report also includes loss control tips to help reduce worker injuries.

              Top 4 Hazardous Classes

              1

              MEAT, FISH OR POULTRY

              Meat market workers or those in the butcher department at the grocery store work with sharp knives and power saws, which can easily lead to lacerations and cuts. However, AmTrust claims data shows that the most common types of injuries occur to the facial bones, elbows, ankles and knees. Upper extremity injuries can be caused by lifting heavy boxes or high-force or repetitive motions.

              2

              HARDWARE

              Hardware store employees climb ladders, cut lumber and load heavy supplies onto pallets or into cars for customers. It’s not a big surprise that AmTrust claims data reveals that the most common types of injuries involve the trunk (upper back), upper extremities (shoulder/upper arm) and lower extremities (ankle).

              3

              AUTOMOBILE PARTS AND ACCESSORIES NOC & DRIVERS

              AmTrust claims data shows the major types of injuries for this retail class involve soft tissue, multiple upper extremities, elbows and shoulders. Knee injuries are also commonly reported.

              4

              BARBERSHOP, BEAUTY PARLOR OR HAIR STYLING SALON

              Common injuries for barbers and hairstylists involve the shoulders and thumbs. The repetitive nature of this occupation, using scissors, shavers and razors for many hours a day can easily lead to injury in the upper extremities. Trips, slips and falls are also a major cause of injury for these workers, who often walk on wet, slippery floors with a great deal of tripping hazards from styling utensil cords.

              AmTrust Financial's review of
              Retail
              class codes reveals average
              claim costs
              and lost time
              vary widely depending on
              injury type
              and other factors.

              Recent Trends In Retail Claims

              AmTrust Financial’s review of retail class codes reveals average claims costs and lost time vary widely depending on injury type and other factors. The most common occupational risks retail workers face are from strains and falls.

              • Lifting, pushing, pulling, reaching, repetitive motion , and using tools and machinery can all contribute to strain injuries. Many of these repetitive tasks happen in a warehouse or stock room, while placing inventory in the store or servicing customers.
              • Common falls include from the ground level, on ice or snow, on stairs, or on wet surfaces.
              • Motor vehicle accidents were also a top-ten injury group, resulting in one of the highest average payouts.

              AmTrust Claims Data Shows:

              • When an injury involves lost time, on average a worker is out for 24 days.
              • Strains are the most common injury payout group, but the average payout per injury is higher for slips and falls.
              • Older, experienced workers were injured less frequently, but when they were, the injuries were likely to be more severe with a higher payout.
              • Men are more likely to file injury claims and their claims result in higher payouts, likely due to a higher percentage of men performing riskier tasks.

              Our Retail Risk Report Takes a Deeper Dive Into:

              • Common retail workers’ injuries and lost time in the workplace
              • Industry loss ratio trends
              • Body parts most commonly injured in retail
              • How to implement loss control best practices to help reduce risk in retail

              Top Injury Types

              Lifting was the top reported injury type, accounting for 22% of reported claims and 23% of total payout for the top-10 injury types. This injury-type also had the highest total payout at $22 million.

              Top-Three injury types with the highest average payout:

              Fall from ladder or
              scaffolding:

              $21,000
              Payout

              Repetitive
              Motion:

              $14,000
              Payout

              Motor Vehicle
              collision

              $13,900
              Payout

              Strains cause
              26%
              OF REPORTED CLAIMS
              and
              32%
              OF REPORTED PAYOUTS
              Rack of tires
              Sea of shopping carts
              Age is correlated with payouts; the
              higher the age, the higher the
              average payout.
              AGES
              41 TO 60
              HAD THE HIGHEST TOTAL
              PAYOUT AND HIGHEST
              AVERAGE DAYS OUT
              The average retail injury with lost
              time resulted in
              24 days
              OUT OF WORK
              Table top with a variety of tools scattered acroos it

              Gender Breakdown: Men vs. Women

              WHO REPORTS MORE INJURIES?

              Retail workers lost an average of 24 days of work due to injuries. The data shows that men reported injuries more frequently than women. This data is consistent with other studies that show men are more likely to get injured at work, including data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The total amount of losses paid, as well as the average loss paid, is greater for men that for women.

              ARE MEN MORE LIKELY TO BE INJURED AT WORK THAT WOMEN?

              AmTrust claims data showed that men reported more injuries, and their injuries resulted in more loss time and higher average payouts. Researchers point to different hazards presented in traditional gender-dominated roles and industries.

              MEN VS. WOMEN: AVERAGE LOSS PAID

              MEN VS. WOMEN: TOTAL LOSS PAID

              MEN VS. WOMEN: TOTAL REPORTED

              AVERAGE LOST TIME FOR MEN:

              24 DAYS

              AVERAGE LOST TIME FOR WOMEN:

              22 DAYS

              Retail Stores - Part of Body Reported

              Multiple Parts
              3,335
              Total
              Reported
              $53,067,290
              Total
              Paid
              Head Soft Tissue
              741
              Total
              Reported
              $4,018,774
              Total
              Paid
              Shoulder(s)
              1,058
              Total
              Reported
              $17,455,084
              Total
              Paid
              Finger(s)
              2,979
              Total
              Reported
              $10,729,883
              Total
              Paid
              Hand
              1,376
              Total
              Reported
              $5,699,432
              Total
              Paid
              Thumb
              911
              Total
              Reported
              $2,653,866
              Total
              Paid
              Lower Back Area
              2,232
              Total
              Reported
              $25,589,685
              Total
              Paid
              Other
              1,058
              Total
              Reported
              $7,491,702
              Total
              Paid
              Knee
              1,069
              Total
              Reported
              $11,421,781
              Total
              Paid
              Foot
              945
              Total
              Reported
              $6,528,409
              Total
              Paid

              Injury Data By Age Group

              Older Workers Have Fewer Injuries But Take Longer to Recover and Incur Higher Average Payouts

              THE OVER-70 AGE GROUP ACCOUNTS FOR LESS THAN ONE PERCENT OF CLAIMS BUT HAD THE HIGHEST AVERAGE PAYOUT AT
              $14,408
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              NCCI data shows that older workers have some of the lowest incidents of injury. Because of their experience, older workers have more training and safety knowledge and take fewer risks.

              "When injuries do occur, older workers are more likely to have comorbidities and often take longer to recover," said Matt Zender, Senior Vice President of Workers’ Compensation Strategy at AmTrust Financial.

              NUMBER OF CLAIMS BY AGE GROUP and Premium Size

              TOTAL LOSSES PAID BY AGE GROUP

              INTERESTING TRENDS

              • The 18 to 30 age group has the highest reported count, but the over-70 group is about four times more costly per claim.
              • Although the 18 to 30 age group accounted for the highest reported percentage of injuries (31.7% of the total), they had a lower payout overall than most age groups (accounting for only 15.7% of payouts) and a shorter lost time than older age groups.
              • The over-70 age group accounted for less than one percent of claims but had the highest average payout at $14,408. The data shows a correlation between higher age and higher payout, with the lowest average payout for the under-18 age group ($1,995 on average).

              Data Shows Retirement Age Is Rising

              "Companies are recognizing the benefit that older, more experienced employees bring. Their knowledge of the industry and job duties can provide a meaningful, positive impact for the employer.

              There are advantages for the employee too. In addition to economic benefits, there are proven health benefits to working past retirement age for the individual.

              Those who are continuing to work and continuing to keep an active mind are seeing lower instances of degenerative diseases, whether it’s mental or physical."

              - Matt Zender, Senior Vice President of Workers’ Compensation Strategy, AmTrust Financial

              INDUSTRY TERMS:

              Throughout this report, we've shortened terms to make them clearer and easier to understand. Below is a list of the terms we shortened and the corresponding industry verbiage.

              • Strains refers to strain or injury by
              • Falls refers to slips and falls
              • Struck by refers to struck or injured by
              • Collapsing materials refers to caught in or between collapsing materials
              • Retail used throughout this report refers to Store 4-wall class codes, including retail class codes
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