Key Performance Indicators show big fall in acidents in construction industry

Work-related accidents in the construction-products industry fell by nearly 20% in the year 2005/06, according to the latest Key Performance Indicators. This fall follows a reduction of nearly 30% the previous year, representing a 42% improvement in two years. Commenting on the results, Rita Singh, environmental and industry performance director with the Construction Products Association, said, ‘A reduction in reported accidents of nearly 50% in just two years is fantastic and reflects extremely positively on the industry. There is always room for further improvement, but we are encouraged by the results and demanding targets that many sectors are now setting for themselves.www.constprod.org.uk’
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