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05May94 UK: DEATH TOLL COULD SOAR AS RECOVERY GATHERS PACE - CONSTRUCTION.

Death and accident rates on construction sites could rise as the industry comes out of recession.That is the warning from Health and Safety Executive chief construction inspector Stuart Nattrass, speaking as part of Workers' Memorial Day.Mr Nattrass said: 'Past experience shows that after recessions there is a real danger that accidents on sites increase as the labour markets expand.'Skills will have been lost and inexperienced employees will be at greater risk.'Mr Nattrass identified ...

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