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industrial accidents
The discussion is illustrated by referring to a number of previous industrial accidents.
      
Three patients fell from a height, 3 were injured in industrial accidents, and 1 was hit by a train.
      
As a result of the increasing number of pelvic fractures due to traffic and industrial accidents, the obstetrician is confronted increasingly with the subsequent changes of the bony pelvis.
      
In addition to the 150000 people who are seriously injured on the roads there are 80000 seriously injured in industrial accidents and a round 200000 in domestic and other accidents, giving a total of 430000 serious injured in accidents.
      
16646 killed in road accidents (1969); 4524 in industrial accidents (1967); 11101 killed in the course of every-day activities; 12743 suicides; and 5440 other forms of violent death.
      
The hand is the part or the body most frequently involved in occupational injuries, being affected in 40.4% of industrial accidents.
      
In the prevention of industrial accidents and in the field of medical rehabilitation the Industrial Injuries Insurance Institutes have gained experience, which can be transferred to quality assurance in medicine.
      
Several radiological and industrial accidents which occurred during the last decade refocussed the attention of various authorities to evacuation preparedness and consequently, elaborate network simulation models have been developed.
      
Population-based studies on traffic and industrial accidents suggest a relationship between EDS and life-threatening events, and adults with EDS have cognitive and memory problems.
      
Spectacular industrial accidents, such as the ones in Bhopal, Mexico City, and Basle, have in recent times made the risks associated with the modern chemicals industry unmistakably evident.
      
The situation of hazardous installations in the Federal Republic of Germany is reviewed and the three-stage safety system, which is established within the German "Regulation on Major Industrial Accidents (St?rfallverordnung)," is described.
      
Blunt trauma (41%, with 29% motor vehicle accidents and 12% farm/industrial accidents) caused the most severe injuries and accounted for most amputations (89%) and deaths (80%).
      
They include representative cases of the three most commonly encountered types of these injuries: industrial accidents, suicidal attempts and the result of criminal assault.
      
Males have also benefited from a decline in industrial accidents but this has been more than countered by rising death rates from heart diseases, lung cancer and motor vehicle accidents.
      
Because of the increasing number of "man-made" hazards in contemporary life, as well as the growing number of disastrous industrial accidents, interest in risk communication has burgeoned.
      
Sixty per cent of all cases involved traffic accidents, falls accounted for 24% and industrial accidents were the cause in 8%.
      
These include the Convention on the Transboundary Effects of Industrial Accidents and the Convention on the Law of the Non-navigational Uses of International Watercourses.
      
Priority should be given to the Seveso II Directive, which seeks to prevent industrial accidents, and the directive on integrated pollution prevention and control, which requires the use of the best available technology to prevent discharges.
      
Self-similar risk characteristics of industrial accidents
      
Safety locus of control as a predictor of industrial accidents and injuries
      
 

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