Health and Safety Update

O'Gorman, Andrew
September 2008
Hospitality Ireland;Sep2008, Issue 51, p52
Trade Publication
The article reports on the introduction of the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Regulations on November 1, 2008 and followed by the amended Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Regulations 2007 on November 12. It notes that the regulations apply to all workplaces in Ireland including pubs, and place obligations as regards safety and health on employers, employees and others.


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