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Construction Safety Campaign
7:42am 23rd February 2012
(Updated 7:42am 23rd February 2012)
Cornish construction sites face tougher safety checks, as the number of workers seriously hurt is revealed.
23 were injured in the Duchy last year.
Now inspectors will check bosses are protecting staff from stuff like trips and falls.
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