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Causes of Accident at Construction Sites in Bangladesh

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Key factors contributing to accident severity rate in construction industry in Iran: a regression modelling approach / Primjena regresijskog modela u analizi ključnih čimbenika koji pridonose težini nesreća u građevinskoj industriji u Iranu

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Analysis of Accidents in Construction in 2015-2017

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Analysis of the State of the Accident Rate in the Construction Industry in European Union Countries

References 1. Akhad Suraji, A. Roy Duff, Stephen J. Peckitt, Development of causal Model of construction accident causation, Journal of construction engineering and management, juy/august, 2001, 337-344. 2. Bojanowski R., A new statistical card of an accident at work. Occupational Safety, 7-8, 2005. 3. Carlos A. Arboleda, Dlulcy m. Abraham, Fatalities in Treching Operations - Analysis Using Models of Accident Causation, Journal of construction engineering and management, ASCE/ march/april 2004, 273

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