To ask the Secretary of State for Employment what is the number of (a) deaths, (b) major injuries and (c) minor injuries suffered as a result of accidents at work for each year since 1960.
The available information is as follows:
|Year||Reported occupational injuries in Great Britain, resulting in death to over 3 day abscence from work|
|employees only||employees and self-employed||major injury to employees and self-employed||to employees only1(thousands)||employees and self-employed (thousands)|
|ֵ not available.|
|1 over 3 day absences leading to claims for industrial injury benefit from DHSS, years starting on 1st Monday in June 1961–80; as notified to HSE for calendar years 1981–82.|
|2 1978–80 fatalities include those to non-employees voluntarily reported.|
|3 1981–85 fatalities and major injuries to employees and self-employed reported to the Health and Safety Executive or other appropiate enforcing authority under, and as defined in the Notification of Accidents and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations (NADOR).|