December 2011
People Management;Dec2011, p17
News briefs on industrial safety and hygiene in Great Britain are presented including proposals to assess long-term absence due to illenss, a government report praising industry safety at construction of sports facilities for the 2012 Olympic Games and a survey indicated less than 33 percent of employees of the National Health Service responsible for patient care have received influenza vaccinations.


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