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- NHS needs to take care of OH services. // RoSPA Occupational Safety & Health Journal;Oct2009, Vol. 39 Issue 10, p11
The article focuses on the problems faced by Great Britain's National Health Service (NHS) in occupational health care. The concern problems include the staff shortages, lack of funding for OH services, and inconsistent service provision. In addition, Steve Boorman gives suggestions on how to...
- Casting a lead in prototypes. // Professional Engineering;02/24/99, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p51
Reports on the seminar on the benefits of rapid prototyping technologies to be held at the England-based Warwick University's International Manufacturing Centre. Contact information.
- NEWS IN BRIEF. // People Management;4/23/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 9, p9
This section offers news briefs related to personnel management in Great Britain. Pawel Czupryna, president of Polish Professionals, relates the reasons behind the rapid decline in the number of Polish workers with banking and finance experience in Great Britain. An electronic reward card will...
- NEWS IN BRIEF. // People Management;9/10/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 19, p7
This section offers news briefs related to human resource management in Great Britain as of September 10, 2009. Consultancy firm McKinsey & Company reported that the National Health Service needed to reduce its workforce by 10 percent, at about 137,000 jobs, to save 20 billion British pounds. An...
- "We put doctors into Dragons' Den". FARAGHER, JO // People Management;Jul2014, p20
The article focuses on Andrea Anderson, director of people services at the Greater Manchester Commissioning Support Unit (GMCSU), which is a support service for clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) in the Manchester, England region. Topics include the use of human resources (HR) workers at the...
- Warwick University heads scheme to translate technology into profit. Reynolds, Melanie // Electronics Weekly;5/8/2002, Issue 2051, p3
Reports that Warwick University in England is offering licenses for a number of electronic innovations. Types of licenses that are being offered by Warwick; Information on the scheme headed by the company to increase the commercialization of university technologies; Companies that are included...
- Blow-spinning makes for finer fibres. Greek, Dinah // Professional Engineering;06/09/99, Vol. 12 Issue 11, p44
Reports that researchers at the Warwick Process Technology Group at the England-based Warwick University have devised a technique, called a SolGel blow-spinning technique. Aim to eliminate the health risk posed by smaller fibres while still maintaining fibres that are small enough to produce...
- Audit to make sense of big festival totals. // Music Week;4/23/2011, Issue 16, p8
The article reports on the collaboration of the Association of Independent Festivals with Warwick University in an effort to conduct an audit of the music festival industry in Great Britain.
- Meaning of leaning is revealed. // Food Manufacture;Jun2002, Vol. 77 Issue 6, p10
Highlights the conference on the use of lean total productive maintenance tools and technique at Warwick University in Warwick, England. Organizer of the event; Topics that will be discussed in conference sessions; Keynote speaker of the event.