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Workplace fatalities by industry in New Zealand since 2010

Working in forestry and agriculture is dangerous in New Zealand. There are only about four and half thousand agricultural workers but five to 10 die every year. 34 more words

Labour Economics

Workplace Fatalities

It depends on where you get your statistics from but it is 90-93% of all workplace fatalities belong to men. The number of people who were killed on the job in 2014 were 4,679. 138 more words

How many died on the job in MN last year? Not as many as in 2013, but ...

New numbers from state labor officials say 2014 was a safer year for Minnesota’s workers – but the number of workplace fatalities remained high in a few key industries. 213 more words

News

Worker dies after fall from roof at Lethbridge school construction site

A worker died after falling from the roof of a Lethbridge school construction site Wednesday afternoon.

The 51-year-old man was doing some welding work in the 200 block of Mildred Dobbs Boulevard in north Lethbridge, when he fell about nine metres, said Wayne Wood, spokeswoman with Alberta Occupational Health and Safety. 45 more words

Local News

UK one of the safest places to work in Europe

THE UK to be one of the safest places to work in Europe, having one of the lowest rates of fatal injuries to workers in leading industrial nations, new statistics from the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) show. 130 more words

Health And Safety