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The National Irish Safety Organisation is entering its sixth decade in as strong a position as it ever has been, but the health and safety landscape in the country is not as healthy as it might be. W

20th October, 2013

The National Irish Safety Organisation is entering its sixth decade in as strong a position as it ever has been, but the health and safety landscape in the country is not as healthy as it might be.

While it is true that workplace fatalities have fallen overall, from a high of 73 in 2005 to just 48 last year (and 38 to date in 2013), this needs to be viewed against an overall drop in...

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