The problem of industrial accidents, with their associated economic and social costs, has long been a source of concern to unions, employers and public agencies in many countries. Although the statistics on industrial accidents in different countries are not strictly comparable, because of differences in their methods of collation and presentation, some evidence on Britain's position relative to that of a number of other advanced industrial countries is presented below in Table I.
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