EFFORTS by the health and safety watchdog to prevent the 8000 deaths caused each year by work-related cancers have been condemned as "feeble".
EFFORTS by the health and safety watchdog to prevent the 8000 deaths caused each year by work-related cancers have been condemned as \"feeble\".
Foundry workers are at risk of lung cancers due to breathing in silica dust
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EXCLUSIVE by Rob Edwards Environment Editor
The Health & Safety Executive (HSE) leadership is "frozen in the headlights of a problem too big for it to handle", according to Scots expert Professor Andrew Watterson, who heads the occupational and environmental health research group at the University of Stirling.
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