§ Mr. Connarty
To ask the Secretary of State for Employment what information is available regarding the lengths of periods of unemployment benefit disqualification imposed by adjudication officers in the area which includes Falkirk East constituency.
§ Mr. McLoughlin
Responsibility for the subject of the question has been delegated to the Employment Service Agency under its chief executive. I have asked him to arrange for a reply to be given.
Letter from M. Fogden to Mr. Michael Connarty, dated 9 February 1993:As the Employment Service is an Executive Agency, the Secretary of State has asked me to write to you direct to respond to your Parliamentary Question to her about the length of periods of unemployment benefit disqualifications in the Falkirk East area. This is something which falls within the responsibilities delegated to me as Chief Executive of the Agency.
Occupational injuries occurring in the construction industry1 in Wales as reported to HSE"s Factory and Agricultural Inspectorates and Local Authorities, 1987–88 to 1991–926 Fatal Injuries Major Injuries3 Year2 Employees Self employed Members of public4 Employees Self employed Members of public4 1987–88 9 3 — 158 11 15 1988–89 8 1 — 154 23 10 1989–90 5 4 — 200 34 5 1990–915 6 1 2 189 39 1 1991–925 8 2 1 96 22 8 1 As defined by Standard Industrial Classification 1980 Division 5. 2 Year commencing 1 April. 3 Major injuries as defined under the Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 1985. 4 Injured as a result of someone else's work activity. 5 Includes reports made to HSE's Quarries Inspectorate. 6 Provisional