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Demand for bricklaying courses may increase after publication of safety stats

Interest in bricklaying courses could be set for a surge in demand, after the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) released figures regarding accidents in the construction industry.

Chief inspector of construction at the organisation Philip White highlighted how the number of fatalities has dropped in the past year, but this should not stop health and safety being a priority in the sector.

Workers who are concerned they are not up to date with health and safety regulations could benefit from bricklaying courses and other training.

Mr White went on to say: "Construction continues to be one of the most dangerous industries in Great Britain and employers and workers must continue to take an uncompromising approach to safety."

According to HSE statistics, the number of people killed at work in Britain is at an all-time low, with 151 deaths during the financial year 2009/10.

On average, there have been 220 fatalities each year over the past five years.

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