May 2008
People Management;5/1/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 9, p35
The article reports on the launch of the Shattered Lives campaign to offer guidance on preventing slips, trips and falls by the British Health and Safety Executive. According to figures from the HSE, every 25 minutes someone breaks or fractures a bone at work. The campaign is aimed at highlighting the serious consequences of disability or death.


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