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The ratio of fatal attacks compared to non-fatal stood at 7.
Presenting the research, Chris Wraith, IPAF's technical and safety executive, explained: "Comparing facilities across the whole industry with the total fleet size will most probably bring down the fatal injury rate, so IPAF is currently taking a more conservative approach to the question: 'How safe are MEWPs?
How do mid-range age and experienced workers approach their work that leads to fewer fatal injuries?
What caused the highest number of fatal crashes from 2009-2013 across the nation?
Males accounted for more (59%) of the total fatal burden than females.
In 2013 the total number of fatal crashes in Cyprus was 41, marking a 19.
Reckless driving, speeding, failure to drive in the correct lanes and not leaving enough space between vehicles are the main reasons for fatal accidents, according to studies conducted by the traffic department.
Eleven percent of all fatal occupational injuries were incurred by workers directly employed by a government entity.
FATAL BLAZE: Labour MP Keith Vaz (left) meets residents outside the scene of the fatal house fire in Wood Hill, Leicester
A study in the February Journal of Safety Research, which looked at fatal falls from roofs among U.
Conclusion: Most common mode of fatal injuries was gunshot wound followed by bomb blast and mine blast.
Following the incident, which is the fifth fatal shark attack in Western Australia since September, staff have been deployed at the site to catch the shark.