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death of a geological surveyor on friday
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Quote:some professions are inherently riskier than others - and of course all measures must be taken to reduce that risk.
however sometimes an element of risk will never go away.
Yes in some proffessions risk is inevitable, bomb disposal for instance, but I don't think that archaeology, or indeed any construction related discipline such as geotechnics should be placed in that catagory.
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