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The article presents an analysis and evaluation of the accident rate in selected European Union countries. On the basis of available statistical data, the analysis of accidents in various sectors of the European Union economy was carried out. Afterwards, a ranking of countries regarding accidents in the construction industry was developed. For the selected representative countries, analysis of changes in the indicators which characterize the accident rate during the period between 2008 and 2012 was carried out. Conclusions resulting from the conducted research were formulated.


The paper presents the features of the construction industry and the ways of organising investment processes, as well as the methods for the valuation of the services implemented within its scope. The individual valuation methods were assigned to the applicable provisions of Polish balance sheet law and the International Financial Reporting Standard No 15 “Revenues from contracts with customers” in force since 2018. On the basis of a practical example, there was illustrated the achieved financial result of a company providing installation services as a subcontractor in view of all the possible valuation methods. The author presented and evaluated the anticipated effects of the new standard’s entry into force, and in conclusion presented a selection of the valuation methods for the services performed in this industry, which is complicated and has a decisive impact on the amount of profits and losses of the financial results presented in the account.

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Sustainable Development Problems of Construction Industry: Case of Latvia. In Proceedings of Research World International Conference (pp. 5-11). Singapore, 4 March, 2016. Khandagiri, Bhubaneswar. ISBN 978-93-85973-55-0. Kauškale, L., Geipele, I., Zeltiņš, N., & Lecis, I. (2016). Energy Aspects of Green Buildings -International Experience. Latvian Journal of Physics and Technical Sciences, 6, 21-28. ISSN 0868-8257. Kauškale, L., Geipele, I., Zeltiņš, N., & Lecis, I. (2017). Environmental and Energy Aspects of Construction Industry and