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What does COMAC stand for?

COMAC stands for Common Accident

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Joanne Dwyer, 23, of Llanishen, Cardiff, was among seven St John Cymru Wales youth volunteers who delivered a BabySafe course to 40 parents and carers - teaching them how to deal with common accidents and injuries among children and babies.
According to specialists, some of the most common accidents involving children include asphyxiation, choking, and accidental poisoning.
The study also showed: MEN account for seven out of 10 awards THE average award to men was EUR27,246 compared with EUR26,771 to women ONE in three claims was paid out to workers aged between 25 and 34 SLIPS, trips, falls, faulty equipment and poor lifting and handling of goods were the most common accidents.
The directorate's plans for the occasion includes exhibitions, lectures and visits to schools and universities in addition to distribution of leaflets and booklets describing common accidents at home and precautionary measures," the director general said.
The most common accidents were damage to carpets, rugs, upholstery and electrical items including TVs and DVDs, while gadgets such as iPads and mobiles top the list of stolen goods.
The most common accidents include slips and trips, cuts from building materials, crush injuries, welding injuries and falls from height.