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    10/27/2010 - Good Progress On Reducing Injuries And Fatalities At Work Not Matched By Progress On Work-Related Harm To Health, UK
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    New figures released today confirm that Britain has the lowest rate of fatal occupational injuries in Europe and one of the lowest levels of work-related ill health. The immigration statistics published by the Health and Safety official (HSE) show that in Britain between April 2009 and March 2010: - There were 152 workers fatally injured - down from 179 the onetime year. This is the lowest level on record in Britain, with 0.5 deaths per 100,000 workers. - There were 26,061 major injuries, such as amputations and burns, to employees - a rate of 101.5 per 100,000 - compared with 27,894 in 2008/09...



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