The number of minor accidents has decreased by 18 percent and serious accidents by 25.9 percent
Spain, February 21, 2013 - The Minister of Employment and Economy of Castilla-La Mancha, Carmen Home, said that "the work that the regional government is developing in the prevention of occupational hazards has led to a reduction of 18.6 percent in the number of accidents in 2012. "
Carmen Home at a press conference I
In absolute terms, last year there were 18,561 accidents with sick leave compared to 24,387 in 2011, representing a decrease of 5,826 accidents compared to 2011.
In incidence rate, ie the number of accidents per 10,000 workers, the last year data reflect the best of historical series of Castilla-La Mancha
Here, Home stressed that the number of serious accidents has fallen by 18 percent, that of serious accidents has fallen by 25.9 percent and of fatalities remains the same as last year.
By provinces, in absolute terms in the province of Albacete is a decrease of 1,046 accidents, which represents a percentage decrease of 25.5 percent, with an incidence rate that is reduced by 21.7 percent
The province of Guadalajara also has reduced the number of accidents in 555 accidents, representing a decrease of 15.8 percent in absolute terms and by 11.1 percent incidence rate.
In the province of Ciudad Real has been less than 1551 accidents in 2011, down from 26.5 percent and 20.9 percent lower incidence rate.
In Cuenca, in absolute terms, there is a reduction of 460 accidents, which represents a decrease of 20 percent in absolute terms and 13.5 percent incidence rate.
In the province of Toledo 2214 accidents have occurred unless, percentage, representing a decrease of 25.7 percent from 2011 and incidence rate of 20 percent.
Moreover, in the year 2012 declared in Castilla La Mancha a total of 281 diseases. Of the total, 16 are in the agricultural sector, 29 to construction, 109 services, and 127 industry sector.
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