HSE raps health trust for 'failing' on stress

Scott, Anna
February 2009
People Management;2/26/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 5, p9
The article reports on an improvement notice sent by the Health and Safety Executive to United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust for its failure to identify the potential risks to the health and safety of its employees from exposure to work-related stress. The NHS trust was instructed to make improvements in its stress management practices. The notice was the first issue related to stress since 2003.


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