Fifteen Australians have been killed at work so far this year. 

The latest statistics from Safe Work Australia have been released.

The agriculture, forestry & fishing industry and construction workplaces have each recorded four fatalities in 2016.

Three transport, postal & warehousing workers have died on the job since the beginning of this year.

Each of the following industries have recorded one death; electricity, gas, water & waste services, other services, information media & telecommunications and professional, scientific & technical services.

There have been no deaths reported this year in; Accommodation & food services, Health care & social assistance, Public administration & safety and Retail trade workplaces, Government administration & defence, Education & training, Financial & insurance services and Wholesale trade.

Safe Work figures show 192 Australian workers were killed on the job in 2015.