Crisis of enforcement: The decriminalisation of death and injury at work

The report found that at least 1,300 people died as a result of fatal occupational injuries in 2005-06 in England and Wales, compared with 765 homicide victims. Non-fatal workplace injuries requiring hospitalisation were also likely to be greater that year than those needing such treatment...
Professor Steve Tombs and Dr David Whyte
17 June 2008