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Aspects of Safety David Quinion writes from Salisbury, adding to previous comments, most recently on 2 January, 2001: That accident statistics on construction sites continue to be higher than in most other industries is hardly surprising to engineers who also construct such other workplaces. The working conditions on a construction site constantly change, are inherently dangerous and require constant alertness. As a contractor’s engineer, having spent many years contributing to guidance documents for safe construction, practices I offer these observations.