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The Health and Safety Executive has urged businesses in Britain to make employee safety their top priority for 2012.
Data released today by the organisation shows that 171 people were killed at work last year, up from 147 in 2009/10. The provisional figures revealed a fall in the number of deaths in Scotland, down to 15 from 22 the previous year.
Across the whole of the UK, 24,700 workers suffered a major injury. The three most high-risk industries were shown to be construction, agriculture and the waste and recycling sector.
Dr Paul Stollard, HSE director in Scotland, said the figures highlight the need for businesses to concentrate on the important aspects of health and safety that can potentially save lives.
He said: "Employers should spend their time tackling the real dangers that workers face rather than worrying about trivial risks or pointless paperwork.
"It's important to remember that we still have one of the lowest rates of workplace deaths in Europe, but one death is still one too many. I'd urge businesses to help cut the number of deaths in 2012."Back..