Health and safety

January 1995
People Management;1/12/1995, Vol. 1 Issue 1, p20
Presents several issues regarding health and safety of employees. Reduction in employers' compulsory insurance cover for work-related injury and ill-health; Introduction of work stimulator in Great Britain; Amount received by trade unionists who suffered injury or ill-health as a result of their work.


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