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Videos sought in Polish drive to cut farming accidents

30.06.2020 16:10
In a drive to cut the number of accidents in agricultural work, young people in Poland are being encouraged to submit short videos for a competition.
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The organisers want videos of up to two minutes that show young people’s ideas on reducing accidents. The contest is being run by the country's Agricultural Social Insurance Fund (KRUS).

KRUS CEO Aleksandra Hadzik said the contest was the second of its kind, adding that last year’s competition was “very successful.”

Since 1993, the number of agricultural accidents in Poland has dropped fivefold, according to Cezary Nobis of KRUS.

In 1993, there were 66,000 accidents, while in 2019 the figure was 13,000, Nobis said.


Source: IAR