Current methods of presenting data on risks are mainly focused on presenting the objective data such as accident statistics. However, research has shown that risks are not always understood objectively and quantitatively. User involvement showed that RIVM's current fact sheets could be improved. Fact sheets contain data for distinct types of accidents including statistics about the direct and underlying causes. The data is derived from the Dutch national Storybuilder database, which contains information on over 32,000 serious occupational accidents. This paper discusses how scientific insights into effective risk communication are applied to improve the fact sheets: a research to practice approach. Narrative accident descriptions were added to support the quantitative data with a story that is relevant to the target audience. The fact sheets are further extended with possible preventive measures users can undertake and visual support in the form of graphics. Future research will test different versions of the fact sheets with members of the target audience.