Workplace fatalities fall to lowest level ever recorded

September 2003
Occupational Health;Sep2003, Vol. 55 Issue 9, p6
Academic Journal
Reports on the decrease in the number of workplace deaths in Great Britain as of September 2003. Total number of workplace mortality; Workplace conditions associated with worker fatalities; Industrial variation in workers death.


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