Since 2003, OR-FACE has tracked over 600 work-related deaths in the state of Oregon. These fatalities are now published as interactive maps. The most current cases, 2012 and 2013, can be filtered by both event and year. The fatality maps (2003 to 2011) can be filtered by year and are coded by events, occupation, and industry. The maps with all available years selected reveal transportation as the top industry, occupation, and event to fatally injure working Oregonians. Forestry/Logging and Construction are the second most hazardous industries in Oregon. After transportation occupations, construction occupations are the second most hazardous. After transportation events, the second most frequent event for traumatic injury in Oregon is contact with object or equipment.