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The conservation and protection of our man power depends on the concept of the worker as a social and economic unit. Because of the accident hazards of industry, it is necessary to preserve this man power by proper health and accident safeguards. Where safeguards are inadequate and injury occurs replacements for reduced earning capacity should be made in the form of compensation awarded on a rational basis. Where compensation is inadequate to re-establish the worker as an independent economic unit, he should be rehabilitated and restored to remunerative employment through physical and vocational re-training.
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