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Construction sector - the big risks infographic

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We have produced a new infographic highlighting the key risks in the construction sector. These include workplace issues, emerging risks and accidents, injuries and illness.

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Construction sector - the big risks infographic

  1. 1. The BIG risks facing the construction sector Talk to us For advice about these, or any other risks facing your organisation, please get in touch. We would welcome the opportunity to offer you our expert advice with a free, no obligation consultation. Call us on 0330 660 0401, email us at construction@lucasfettes.co.uk or visit www.lucasfettes.co.uk/construction. www.lucasfettes.co.uk Lucas Fettes & Partners Limited are independent insurance intermediaries authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Lucas Fettes & Partners (Financial Services) Limited are independent and restricted financial advisers authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. 64/16 GM019 @LucasFettes Lucas Fettes & Partners Late payment was a factor in one in fiveof all construction insolvencies. Source: Smith & Williamson An average of 45 fatal deaths occur per year - almost half caused by fall from height. Source: HSE ACCIDENTS, INJURIES AND ILLNESS EMERGING RISKS WORKPLACE ISSUES The construction industry accounts for 31% of all fatal injuries to employees. Source: HSE Construction shares fell an average of 21% on 24th June following the Brexit vote. Source: FTSE 36% of construction employers described their workplace as a ‘high’or‘very high’stress environment. Source: CITB 51% of women working in construction say they are treated worse at work simply because of their gender. Source: UCATT 4 in 10women working in construction identified bullying and harassment by managers as a problem. Source: UCATT 3% of construction workers sustain a work-related injury each year. Source: HSE An estimated 1.2m days were lost in 2014/15 due to work related ill-health Source: HSE Automatic Enrolment fines (all sectors): 806 Fixed Penalty Notices issued in first three months of 2016, bringing total issued to 2,234 since 2012. Source: TPR Penalty There were 77,000 incidents of online crime against construction premises in 2015 Source: Home Office Over 5,500 cases of occupational cancer are recorded each year in the construction industry. Source: HSE

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