IPAF also reviewed the MEWP fatal
injury rate against other relevant industry sectors, but the research found little commonality between industries in the way that fatalities are reported or tracked.
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Injuries were the leading cause of fatal
burden in those aged under 45, after which cancers and cardiovascular diseases were most prominent.
Construction laborers accounted for 15 percent of fatal
occupational injuries to contractors, compared with 4 percent of all fatal
Actual number (n) of fatal
cases is not presented but the related percentages are mentioned.
Editor's Note: The subjects included men and women with a history of heart attack within the decade prior to enrollment in the Alpha Omega Trial, which sought to determine the effects of EPA, DHA, and ALA on fatal
coronary heart disease and ventriculararrhythmia related events.
The Traffic Division is working with fewer officers, like many divisions in the department, but is still yielding positive results such as the decrease in fatal
crashes, the lieutenant said.
Despite the negative figures in 2010, Ascend has stated that the decade's fatal
accident rate of one per 1.
With the fatal
events, she said, "we found an almost 60% higher risk from obesity alone.
The review added: "If this is the case, the capacity for officers to look at serious, near fatal
collisions will be very limited if burnout is to be avoided.
EASA reported that 2009 had the fewest fatal
aviation accidents on record for its 31 member states, comprising the 27 EU nations plus Iceland, Switzerland, Norway and Liechtenstein.
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