Health and Safety

August 1997
People Management;8/28/1997, Vol. 3 Issue 17, p12
Presents news briefs related to occupational health and safety in Great Britain as of August 1997. Research by University College London on the impact of job insecurity on employees' health; Number of people killed in workplace accidents in 1996 according to the British Health and Safety Executive; Need for the joint effort of employers and unions for health and safety at work.


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