The concept of an energy's "deathprint" is as foreboding as it is real. It's the number of people killed per kWh produced. Natural gas, for all its practicality and accolades as the cleanest burning of fossill fuels, actually has the highest number of accident-related deaths. Recent news from an explosion in Quinton, Oklahoma killed five workers and seemed to barely register in the day's breaking news of January 23rd. What can be done to lower the injury and death rate in commercial and residential natural gas projects and maintenance? Is there an associated accident or "deathprint" with wind and solar?