According to the stats by Assembly of Worker Health and Occupational Safety, at least 170 workers lost their lives in November.
138 of the 170 laborers were workers and civil servants; 21 were farmers/small land owners and 11 were craftspeople.
1,851 workers lost their lives in the first 11 months of 2017 and 1,970 in 2016.
Distribution by causes
The distribution by causes of the occupational homicides is as follows:
36 workers lost their lives due to traffic, shuttle accidents; 28 due to wreckage; 21 due to falling from high; 16 due to poisoning or drowning; 16 workers due to heart attack, cerebral hemorrhage; 13 due to violence; 11 due to suicide; 9 due to electric shock; 8 due to explosion or burning; 7 due to falling or hitting objects and 5 due to other causes.
Most occupational homicides occurred in İstanbul
Most occupational homicides occurred in İstanbul, Bursa and Konya:
23 killings occurred in İstanbul; 11 in Bursa; 9 in Konya; 8 in Antalya; 7 in Gaziantep; 6 in İzmir, Şanlıurfa and Zonguldak each; 5 in Afyon, Ankara, Denizli, Kocaeli and Manisa each; 4 in Sakarya; 3 in Adana, Balıkesir, Çanakkale, Elazığ, Kastamonu, Kayseri, Mersin, Muğla, Sivas and Uşak each; 2 in Aydın, Edirne, Erzincan, Hatay, Kahramanmaraş, Muş, Samsun, Şırnak, Trabzon and Yalova each; 1 in Amasya, Burdur, Düzce, Erzurum, Eskişehir, Hakkari, Karabük, Karaman, Kilis, Mardin, Niğde, Tekirdağ, Tokat, Tunceli and Yozgat each.
Those who lost their lives name by name
Mustafa Başpunar, Yusuf Keskin, Cengiz Kaplan, Mehmet Deniz, Mustafa Karakaya, Kadir Oruç, Hacer Yaygın, Fatma Demirtaş, Osman Akbaş, Rüstem Sağlam, Osman Akbaş, Mehmet Alakuş, İsmail Akın, Mustafa Genç, Ahmet Kaya, Abdulkadir Deniz, Hacı Ahmet Akbulut, Osman Erkan, Volkan Demir, Bayram Çün, Sera Baylan, Hamit Kaya, Beşar Güneş, Abdullah Uygun, Mehmet Eser, Hüseyin Özgül, Hasan Konacak, Adnan Aslan, Nihat Bilgin, İbrahim Soydan, Muammer Arıoğlu, Gökhan Gürkan, Ahmet Pehlivan, Mehmet Öz, Kenan Yeşilbaş, Yalçın Uçar, Ali Sarı, Nurettin A., Enes Ramazanoğlu, Metin Aytaç, Mustafa Koçtar, Cafer Tepebaşı, İsa Çeltik, Aydın Demirbaş, Ferhat Kayaalp, Hasan Sanma, Mustafa Aydoğdu, Hacı Samet Koyuncu, Hava Işık, Sadık Ebu Hüseyin Huceyce, Muhammed Baddih, Samir Haşom, Yasir Saraç, Fatih Kahraman, Gürkan Gülsever, Sinan Ç., Esat Kıran, Serkan Köstereli, Dikran Aldoyan, Kazım Ünlü, Fatih Ersoy, Süleyman Aydın, Cevahir Toker, Selim Gündoğdu, Emine Otmar, Remzi Aytar, İbrahim Halil Korkmaz, Yılmaz Aygün, Yavuz Urhan, Selahattin Köse, Vasıf Kuy, Hakan Altın, Murat Gören, Mehmet Karaköse, Cevdet Aydemir, İsmail Bayraktar, Ferhat Yalçınkaya, Ali Akharim, Kerem Parıldar, Rahim Çay, Suat Canpolat, Hidayet Çuha, Yasin Vural, Tolgahan Dağaşan, Özkan Göküş, Ferhat İnci, Nuri Oytun, Nuri Bilkiç, Cevdet Öztürk, Necdet Demir, Durmuş Özdemir, Ahmet Hac Hamed, Fatih Çoban, Şevket Karakaya, İbrahim Kaya, Haydar ., Mehmet Özalp, Turan Aydoğmuş, Sabaah Hammad, Kadem Aydın, İbrahim Ortakaya, Levent Avcı, Erdoğan Gürsoy, Kazım Karadeniz, İbrahim Aksu, Mehmet Kızıltoprak, Şeref Kürtüloğlu, Orhan Dişçi, Cesim El Halife, Harun Kelek, Vehbi Kara, Kadir Kartal, Salih Karayılan, Tugay Yurdal, Ali Ahmet, Kürşat Köse, Nurol Vardar, Hüseyin Rehber, İbrahim Ünal, Mustafa Aydemir, İbrahim Balavan, Emrah Yüksel, Fikret Baygün, Davut Öztürk, İlhan Önal, Mevlüt Bodur, Süleyman Şay, Mehmet Bayar, Serdar Çölkesen, Mustafa Türkoğlu, Abdullah Atlar, Cevat Maral, Mustafa Akyürek, İhsan Polat, Bozan Karanfil, Doğan Erkoç, Fırat Güleç, Serdar Kırkmalı, Recep Çelebi, Hüseyin Şapçı, Enver Gürses, Ercan Hendek, İsmail Bildi, İsmail Sever, Semih Demir, Ali Albayrak, Necati Özer, Yunus Yakar, Hakan Hatırkırmaz, Ali Akbulut, Cüneyd Yedican, Ali Doğan, Hüsamettin Yazıcı, Mert İlkmen, Nedim Alicem, Sabri Yıldırım, Engin Selçuk, Vedat Odabaşı, Mahir Erdoğan, Emin Tan, Onur Varol, Hasan Turan, Serdar Koç, Murat Çotak, Süleyman Tekin, Adem Çakar, Ahmet Şensoy, Selahattin Şener, Ferhat Kutbay and an unidentified worker. (TP/TK)
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