HSE plans unannounced inspections

Wight, Ashleigh
October 2017
Commercial Motor;10/19/2017, Vol. 228 Issue 5761, p28
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the plan of health and safety executive (HSE) of Great Britain to carry out unannounced inspections of waste and recycling operators for risk management in the workplace; and presents views of Rick Brunt, the head of HSE on the same.


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