I have always considered the men make up 93% workplace deaths argument as part of the counter argument to the "wage gap" as men choosing to do more dangerous jobs is one of the reasons they earn more and a way to highlight male contribution to society(doing dangerous jobs) but I don't see it as a mens issue.

I don't see much utility in it beyond the aforementioned uses. Workplace deaths are going to happen and men are always going to be the ones to choose the riskier jobs.