Medical Practices Committee

D. M. O'Connor
1974 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
335 is no evidence that the teaching and effective implementation of such safety measures are carried out at the place of work. As Mr. Bagley so rightly suggests, occupationally based health services could help enormously in reducing the work load on the busy accident and emergency departments and could certainly save a great deal of time lost at work, but i.t must be borne in mind that unless such services can be aimed at prevention as well as treatment of injuries within their scope, then it
more » ... eir scope, then it could create more rather than less work for those departments.-I am, etc.,
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