200 years of least squares method by Abdulle A., Wanner G.

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Notes: .. Not applicable The incidence rates for Scotland and Wales were of a similar order in all three surveys (not statistically significantly different in 2004/05, 2003/04 and 2001/02) whereas the rates for England in 2004/05 and 2003/4 were statistically significantly lower than in 2001/02. Within England, all regions had rates of a similar order (not statistically significantly different) in 2004/05 and 2003/04, except the East, where the rate was statistically significantly lower in 2004/05 than in 2003/04.

5 give the estimated incidence and rates of work-related illness by country and government office region of residence. In 2004/05, rates were of a similar order (not statistically significantly different) by country. 7%. 0%) for Great Britain. 0%) and Great Britain. Tables 3E and 3F compare SWI04/05 incidence rates with corresponding results from SWI03/04 and SWI01/02, by country and government office region within England. Table 3E indicates whether these rates were statistically significantly above or below the corresponding average for Great Britain, and Table 3F shows whether the rates from the three surveys were statistically significantly different.

2 Full-day equivalent working days lost To take account of the variation in the daily hours worked (for example part-timers who may work a shorter day or people who work particularly long hours), working days lost have been expressed in the form of full day equivalent (FDE) working days. This was calculated by adjusting the days lost estimates using the ratio of the individual’s usual weekly hours to the average usual weekly hours of all full-time workers estimated using the LFS. For this purpose, hours of work excluded overtime and meal breaks in line with the New Earnings Survey definition of full-time/part-time.

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