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RR221 - Review of the occupational health and safety of Britain's ethnic minorities

Sets out an evidence-based review on work-related health and safety issues relating to black and minority ethnic groups. UK South Asians have lower accident rates, while Black Caribbean workers rates are similar to the general population; Bangladeshi and Chinese workers report lowest workplace injury rates UK. South Asian people exhibit higher levels of limiting long-term illness and self reported poor health than the general population while Black Africans and Chinese report lower levels. Many of the recommendations are designed to improve the evidence base available.

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Updated 2010-03-19