The production and delivery of ready-mixed concrete consist of several activities which expose employees to considerable safety hazards that lead to occupational accidents. The study aimed to determine the significant factors contributing to non-fatal occupational accidents in the ready-mixed concrete industry in Qatar. A total of 84 non-fatal occupational accidents were collected from a ready-mixed concrete company in Qatar. A coding scheme was developed based on available literature and the company's existing classification to analyze each accident in terms of employee, injury, and accident characteristics. Cross-tabulation analysis was used to determine the associations between categorical factors. Frequency distribution showed that regular employees aged between 25 and 44 years old were mostly involved in accidents, with hand/arm and leg/foot being mostly injured. The most common accident types were struck by an object (44%), slip, trip or fall on the same level (23.8%), and caught in between objects (17.9%). The majority of work-related accidents (71%) could be attributed to unsafe behavior, particularly due to improper use of PPE. Strong significant associations were observed between activity type and accident root cause, as well as injured body type and accident root cause. The significant factors contributing to non-fatal occupational accidents were determined through the study. The insights obtained from this study could be used by the company in designing a comprehensive safety management program with the goal of driving occupational injuries to a lower level.