The health and social care sector accounted for the highest number of self-reported, work-related illness per 100,000 people in 2005-06, according to the Health and Safety Commission's Health and safety statistics for 2005-06.

The report said there were 4,100 self-reported work-related illnesses per 100,000 people involved in health and social work, ahead of 3,800 for the construction industry and 3,600 in both utilities and agriculture.

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The health and social care sector accounted for the highest number of self-reported, work-related illness per 100,000 people in 2005-06, according to the Health and Safety Commission's Health and safety statistics for 2005-06.

The report said there were 4,100 self-reported work-related illnesses per 100,000 people involved in health and social work, ahead of 3,800 for the construction industry and 3,600 in both utilities and agriculture.

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