Guidance to help employers investigate accidents at work

August 2003
Management Services;Aug2003, Vol. 47 Issue 8, p4
Academic Journal
Announces that the British Health and Safety Executive is issuing a guidance before the end of 2003 to help employers investigate incidents that cause injuries and ill health in the workplace. Decision made by the Health and Safety Commission (HSC) to issue the guidance rather than to recommend legislation to require employers to investigate incident; Support for the principle of using incident investigations to learn lessons and prevent workplace injury and ill health.


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