Training policy/health and safety

February 1996
People Management;02/08/96, Vol. 2 Issue 3, p9
Presents news related to training policy and occupational health and safety in Great Britain. Campaign for the setting up of regional education and training boards; Why individual learning accounts will exclude many workers and cost nearly as twice as much as minimum wage; Sentencing of a demolition worker following a breach of health and safety law; Damages awarded to a worker who have been exposed to a dangerous chemical.


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