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| Fatal accidents

Fatal accidents in Nordic workplaces nearly exclusively involve men

Men in the Nordic region are involved in fatal accidents at work far more often than women. 1,157 men died in work accidents between 2003 and 2008, compared to only 85 women.
First step towards a coalition for safety and health at work tema
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First step towards a coalition for safety and health at work

Fresh global statistics from the ILO shows both workplace accidents and work-related disease with fatal consequences increased during the 2010s. This could explain why Finland’s September initiative to make good on all lofty declarations on improved working environments and health got such an enthusiastic welcome around the world.
Finnish safety training park makes workplace risks more visible tema
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Finnish safety training park makes workplace risks more visible

Everyone should return home in the evening. That is the motto for construction workers. But you need more than theoretical knowledge in order to eliminate the risks of accidents. Like bringing routines closer to people’s hearts. A visit to a safety training park speeds things up.
Alarm bells ring after many fatal workplace accidents in Sweden tema
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Alarm bells ring after many fatal workplace accidents in Sweden

Men working high up in construction and men loading and unloading trucks. Two risk-filled jobs that have claimed lives this year in Sweden. But the initial increase in fatal accidents earlier in 2019 has subsided.
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| Fatal accidents

New Finnish work environment policy

Psychosocial strain of work will increase as the transformation of work accelerates. We must therefore take a more comprehensive approach to risk assessments. That is the main message from the Finnish Ministry of Social Affairs and Health’s new policy for the work environment until 2030.
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