Posted by David Lee on Friday, December 17, 2010
Recent Road Traffic data shows that certain socio ecconomic groups are more prone to not obey road rules, speed and have accidents. Is it time that we address this data and specifically target safety systems to the socioecconomic strata of the worker. Of the approximately 230 people killed at work, i wonder how many were from a specific socioecconomic group and if some of these fatalities could have been prevented if the safety message was more targeted?
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