HC Deb 21 May 1993 vol 225 cc315-6W
Ms Short

To ask the Secretary of State for Employment how many(a) fatal, (b) major arid (c) minor accidents have occurred on youth training, employment training and employment action in each region and in Great Britain as a whole in each quarter since March 1990; and if she will make a statement.

Mr. McLoughlin

Table A gives the accident figures for 1990;

Table B gives the accident figures for 1991;

Table C gives the accident figures for 1992; and

Table D gives the figures for the first quarter of 1993.

Table A: 1990 accident figures
Region Fatal Major Minor Fatal Major Minor Fatal Major Minor
Quarter ending 30 June 1990
East Midlands
Eastern 9 48 15
Scot Enterprise 27 89 8 31
Northern 11 87 9 41
Yorkshire and Humberside 22 78 10 57
North West West
North West East 14 82 2 28
West Midlands 26 65 5 23
Wales 13 46 7 23
South West 16 26 3 16
South East 14 37 3 19

Mr. John M. Taylor

The Lord Chancellor's Department has not been the subject of any investigations by the Data Protection Registrar in relation to a suspected breach of a data protection principle.

All computer systems within the Lord Chancellor's Department comply fully with the provisions of the Data Protection Act 1984, as will all future systems.