Latest figures from Safe Work Australia show 115 Australia workers have been killed at work since the beginning of this year.
Transport, postal & warehousing industry has recorded the highest number of workplace deaths, with 37 fatalities so far.
Agriculture, forestry & fishing with 32 fatalities comes second while Construction, with 20 fatalities, ranked third.
The figures indicate as at 29 November, there have been 9 occupational fatalities in the Manufacturing industry, ranking it fourth. So far this year, 5 mine workers have died on the job, according to Safe Work Australia.
Other industries include Electricity, gas, water & waste services and Public administration & safety each 3 fatalities, Arts & recreation services and Wholesale trade 2 fatalities each and Rental, hiring & real estate services and Administrative & support services each 1 fatality.