9 Responses to “UK Fatally Injured Construction Workers Statistics 2010-2011”

  1. A very good article construction site safety is very important – proper construction site training should be carried out for all employees. Specialist training for site supervisors should be given. Special care should be taken to make sure all Health and Safety procedures adhered to.

  2. G smith says:

    Agree with ann-marie

  3. G Smith says:

    As a roofing contractor we Cary out risk assessments to every job we do, weather it is a single roof tile or a re-ferb.

    All copleted risk assessments forms are logged and checked

  4. Paul says:

    The construction industry is still far safer than agriculture showing fatals at 2.4 per 100,000 workers as against 8.0 for agriculture

  5. As a hire company we see larger construction firms taking working at height very seriously, as report shows.

  6. dave says:

    Given the importance of emergency first aid in preventing some deaths, it would be interesting to know how many small construction firms don’t have the appropriate number of first aiders (or any) on their books.

  7. Lee Johnston says:

    Could this drop in performance be related to Mr Cameron’s attack on the “health and safety monster” or just a short term dip?

    Only time (and more lives) will tell I suspect.

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