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SAFETY AT WORK We are proud to present you the winners of our contest:
The delivery man 17th place
The grinder 16th place
The mason 15th place
The welder 14th place
The luggage handlers 13th place
12th place The painters
The shipyard mechanics 11th place
The air conditioner installer 10th place
The construction site worker 9th place
8th place The expert in biological weapons
7th place The WMD warehouse manager
The car mechanics 6th place
5th place The electrician
The erection team 4th place
3rd place The power cable installers
2nd place The aircraft mechanic
And the winner is … The city council maintenance team !
And finally, a special prize to : The shooting gallery assistant
Et voici les gagnants de notre grand concours sur : LA SÉCURITÉ AU TRAVAIL SAFETY AT WORK We are proud to present you the winners of our contest:
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