A-6 Intruder by Willy Peeters
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This definition is not coincident with that used for Manpower statistics generally. The Rochdale Report [QRL 30] pointed out that it was not possible to compare 40 PORTS A N D I N L A N D WATERWAYS statistics of accidents to dock workers with those in other industries. The Factory Inspector's accident statistics cover not only dock workers but all workers employed within the defined premises. The figures include, for instance, railway employees and lorry drivers and any persons employed by firms with premises in the docks.
The National Ports Council conducted a further census on 10 January 1968 in order to monitor the changes taking place in the industry but also to get more detailed information about managerial and supervisory grades of staff than had been obtained from the 1966 census. Returns were requested from port employers for all persons engaged wholly or mainly on a permanent, temporary or casual basis, 'wholly or mainly engaged' being defined as more than half of a person's working time. One deficiency of the 1966 census had been the inadequacy of the available register of port employers.
The prime and main source of such statistics was, and still is, the Annual Report of H M Chief Inspector of Factories [QRL 5]. 43). Statistics of the numbers of fatal accidents and of all accidents are published in the Annual Report of H M Chief Inspector of Factories [QRL 5] (Health and Safety Commission since the Health and Safety at Work Act, 1974 [B 12]) and quarterly in the Department of Employment Gazette [QRL 13]. These statistics are classified by industry and by process. The Annual Report of HM Chief Inspector of Factories [QRL 5] gives figures by industry classified by minimum list heading, including M L H 706.