I don’t know Russian statistics, but in the States the leaders in mortality are fishermen (178 industrial deaths per 100 thousand) and lumberjacks (156 per hundred thousand). But these professions require special training, and the third leader on this sad list does not.
This is the job of an ordinary scavenger. They work with hazardous materials (in a big black bag there may be harmless potato peelings, sharp glass or an acid-leaked battery - and you won't know in advance), with dangerous equipment (a press on a garbage truck is a powerful contraption). After all, work takes place at night, when it is dark and attention is dimmed. So the scavengers, with 90 deaths per 100,000 workers, are the winners in your nomination, their work is twice as dangerous as that of the patrol police, even.
There is a painful process of formation of Ukrainian statehood and determination of the direction of the vector of the country's development. If before the Maidan the country was divided into East and West, according to language and mentality, then after the ouster of Yanukovych, this division practically disappeared. The rabid nationalists have firmly taken their place far in the margins of public life. The overwhelming majority of young people, and this is the future of the country, is guided by the European way of development. Unfortunately, Russia has ceased to be a friendly country, but the prospect of normalizing relations between our countries has not been lost.