Health and safety

September 1995
People Management;9/7/1995, Vol. 1 Issue 18, p15
Provides information on activities concerning the health and safety of employees in Great Britain. Quizzing of council leaders regarding level of facilities they offer to impaired employees; Wellness Forum's representing of employers on a government committee, the Workplace Health Advisory Team; European Commission's consolidation of existing health legislation.


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