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Other: Owing to the low rate of accident reporting by enterprises, some occupational accidents, commuting accidents and occupational diseases are not recorded. (...) All types of occupational accidents, commuting accidents and occupational diseases. (...) Statistics by agency and type of accident. Statistics by monthly consolidation according to accident class.
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Score: 901939.3 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM8/E/NI.html
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The discussion, however, revealed that more acci- dents are reported to the WCD as opposed to the Directorate of Occupational Safety and Health. The accidents that are reported to the WCD include commuting accidents and other accidents occurring in workplaces not covered by the OSHWA. (...) Asked to explain if they experience occupational accidents and diseases in their workplaces, the repre- sentatives indicated that they do have accidents in their workplaces. (...) Being a motor company most accidents happen on the road but they also have accidents/injuries happening in their workshops.
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Score: 901051.2 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_208201.pdf
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Source Reports of occupational injuries and occupational diseases by employers to the accident insurance institutions under the Accident Insurance Act. (...) Types of occupational accidents covered All types of compensated occupational accidents, as well as compensated non-fatal occupational diseases. (...) Occupational injury: death, any personal injury or disease resulting from an occupational accident (source: labour legislation). Commuting accident: an accident occurring en route to or from the workplace (source: labour legislation).
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Score: 900805.9 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM8/E/FI.html
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SM Volume 8: Occupational injuries Belgium Organization responsible for the statistics Collection: Fonds des Accidents du Travail (FAT) (Fund for Occupational Accidents) . (...) Source 1) Occupational accident reports submitted to the Fonds des Accidents du Travail; and 2) Commuting accident reports submitted to recognized insurance providers granting compensation to victims of such accidents. (...) Types of occupational accidents covered The statistics relate to compensated injuries due to all types of occupational accidents, including commuting accidents.
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Score: 900674.3 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM8/E/BE.html
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Manual on Assistance to Aircraft Accident Victims and their Families (Doc 9973) provides guidance on the types of family assistance that may be provided to aircraft accident victims and their families. (...) Policy on Assistance to Aircraft Accident Victims and their Families (Doc 9998)   sets out ICAO policies regarding the provision of assistance to aircraft accident victims and their families. (...) It also provides guidelines for accident investigation courses.    Hazards at Aircraft Accident Sites (Cir 315) discusses the nature and variety of occupational hazards and the management of risk associated with exposure to a wide range of health and safety hazards during the investigation of aircraft accidents.
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Score: 900634.2 - https://www.icao.int/safety/ai...ation/AIG/Pages/Documents.aspx
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Types of occupational accidents covered The statistics cover reported injuries due to all types of occupational accidents, including commuting accidents. (...) Concepts and definitions Occupational accident: an accident in which an insured person is injured in the exercise of his occupational activity within or outside the workplace; including traffic accidents occurring on the job or within the premises of the enterprise. Commuting accident: an accident on the way to or from work, in which a person is injured and unfit to work for more than three days.
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Score: 900083 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM8/E/DE.html
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Types of occupational accidents covered The statistics cover all types of reported injuries resulting from occupational accidents. Occupational diseases and commuting accidents are excluded. Concepts and definitions (Source: Law of Labour Safety) Occupational accident: an accident which occurred in the course of the work activity or in connection with the work activity, or on the way to or from the workplace irrespective of the place and time of the accident. Fatal occupational accident: an occupational accident in which death occurred within 90 days, as attested by a medical report.
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Score: 898460.3 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM8/E/HU.html
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Information regarding the progress of the accident investigation should also be provided to accident victims and their families in a timely manner. (...) Aircraft accident investigation authority 2.14 The Council emphasizes that the sole objective of an aircraft accident investigation, as defined in Annex 13 — Aircraft Accident and Incident Investigation, is the prevention of accidents and incidents, not the apportionment of blame or liability, and is separate from the provision of family assistance. (...) The State in the territory of which an accident or incident occurs. Survivor. A victim who is not fatally injured as a result of the aircraft accident.
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Score: 898041.5 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/a38/Documents/DOC9998_en.pdf
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Safety investigation of accidents and incidents is in support of the management of safety in the State’s operation of the SSP and is based on the following principles:  Objective of investigation: The sole objective of investigation is the prevention of accidents and incidents. Investigation is not for the purpose of apportioning blame or liability.  Independence of investigation: The State has established an independent accident and incident investigation process and maintains the independence of the accident and incident investigation authority from other State aviation organizations.  Systemic approach: Accidents and incidents reflect deficiencies in the system as a whole, rather than being due solely to the actions of individuals. (...) Membership of the APAC-AIG will come from accident investigating organizations in the Asia and Pacific Regions.
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Score: 897531.6 - https://www.icao.int/APAC/RASG...s/ToR%20-%20APAC%20AIG.pdf.pdf
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Types of occupational accidents covered Compensated injuries due to all types of occupational accidents, including commuting accidents and occupational diseases. (...) Classifications (a) fatal or non-fatal accidents; (b) extent of disability: permanent disability, death, severe invalidity; (c) economic activity: according to the International Standard Industrial Classification of All Economic Activities (ISIC), Revision 2, by major division; (d) occupation: professionals and technicians, managers, clerks, merchants, agricultural workers, cattle breeders, fishery workers, drivers, craft workers (labourers), other craft workers, day labourers, personal service workers; (e) type of injury: not available; (f) cause of accident: railway accidents; traffic accidents; non-traffic-related vehicle accidents; accidents involving pedal-driven vehicles and vehicles pulled by animals; water transport accidents; air transport accidents; accidental poisonings with medicines or drugs; accidental poisonings with other solids or liquids (6 groups); accidental falls (4 groups); accidents caused by fire; accidents due to natural and environmental factors; accidents due to submersion, suffocation or foreign bodies; other accidents (6 groups); delayed effects of accidental injuries; adverse reactions to drugs or medicines; self-inflicted injuries; injuries inflicted by others; accidents due to legal interventions; accidental or non-accidental injuries; injuries resulting from war operations; unspecified origin; (h) characteristics of workers: age (unknown; under 15 years; from 15 to 65 years, by five-year age brackets; 65 years or older); sex; (i) characteristics of accidents: time of occurrence (specific hour); (j) characteristics of employers or workplaces: not available; (k) other: province where accident occurred. (...) Rates: incidence rate: number of accidents per thousand workers at risk; frequency rate: number of accidents per million hours worked; severity rate: days of disability per thousand hours of exposure to risk; average duration rate: average number of days of disability per accident.
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Score: 897520.1 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM8/E/CR.html
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