Health and safety

February 1995
People Management;2/23/1995, Vol. 1 Issue 4, p16
Presents news on health and safety conditions at the work place in Britain. News on the passage of a bill about work injuries at the House of Commons; Report on the discrimination of women, older workers and disabled people by employers who avoid sick pay schemes; Feature on a case of accident in the workplace wherein the company was fined; Others.


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