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Last edited 26 Aug 2020
Killed or seriously injured
A Killed or Seriously Injured (KSI) collision refers to:
- ‘Killed – casualties that died within 30 days as a consequence of the collision
- Seriously Injured – injury resulting from a collision which was worse than cuts, bruises, whiplash and/or shock; this could range from life changing injuries, severe permanent disability including loss of limbs through to broken bones.’
Ref CLOCS Standard, Ensuring the safest construction vehicle journeys, Version 3, published by Construction Logistics and Community Safety in January 2019.
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