HC Deb 27 February 1935 vol 298 c1138W

asked the Secretary for Mines the rate of accidents in the coal-mining industry of Great Britain, surface and underground, per thousand employed, per million tons raised, and per man-shift worked, respectively, for the year 1913, the year 1923, and for each year from 1930, together with the average number of shifts worked per man employed in each year?


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