Controversial injury policy given all clear

Overell, Stephen
August 1997
People Management;8/28/1997, Vol. 3 Issue 17, p12
Reports that the British Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has decided not to prosecute CoSteel Sheerness over complaints about how the company manages industrial accidents. Contents of the HSE letter to the Iron and Steel Trades Confederation with regards to the issue; Details on the policy of CoSteel Sheerness on accidents; Comments from an HSE spokesman on the issue.


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