§ 7. Mr. Harold Macmillan
asked the Minister of Fuel and Power the number of persons in 1944 and 1945 killed, 755 seriously injured and injured and disabled for more than three days, divided into those on the surface, from all causes, and the total underground and on the surface under the Coal Mines Act in Great Britain.
|Number of persons hilled and injured at mines under the Coal Mines Act in Great Britain during the years 1944 and 1945.|
|—||Surface-All Cause.||Total—Underground and Surface.|
|Number of persons killed||50||44||623||550|
|Number of persons seriously injured.||235||209||2,553||2,353|
|Number of persons injured and disabled for more than 3 days.||16,967||Not yet available||176,847||Not yet available|
§ 8. Mr. H. Macmillan
asked the Minister of Fuel and Power what, in 1944 and 1945, were the death, seriously injured, totally injured and killed and injured rates per 100,000 manshifts at mines under the Coal Mines Act, excluding the stratified ironstone mines in Cleveland, Lincoln and Northampton, in Great Britain, divided into those on the surface from all causes; and the total underground and on the surface.
§ Mr. Shinwell
As the answer contains a. number of figures I will, with the right hon. Member's permission, circulate them in the OFFICIAL REPORT.
|Death and injury rates per 100,000 manshifts worked at mines under the Coal Mines Act in Great Britain (excluding the stratified ironstone mines in Cleveland, Lincoln and Northants) during the years 1944 and 1945.|
|—||Surface—All Causes.||Total—Underground and Surface.|
|Seriously injured rates||…||…||0.46||0.43||1.34||1.30|
|Total injured rates||…||…||32.84||Not yet available||92.53||Not yet available|
|Killed and injured rates||…||…||32.94||Not yet available||92.68||Not yet available|