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George Davey Smith, BMJ: British Medical Journal Vol. 301 Dr. D. Snashall’s editorial highlights the problems of poor climbing safety and health conditions in the sphere of the construction industry and also notes that there are difficulties in efficiently collecting and interpreting health data regarding construction workers. The occupational coding
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