NICE guidelines published on employee health and wellbeing The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has published a new guideline on workplace policy and the management practices, which

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£400k fine after worker suffers fatal injuries A company has been fined £400,000 following the death of a worker who was pulled into and became trapped in unguarded machinery at

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Fit Notes In 2010 Fit notes replaced sickness certificates, with the idea being to shift the focus so that rather than considering how unwell the employee is, instead the question

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[fusion_text] Unsupervised worker injured A worker lost three fingers after being instructed to use a table saw by his supervisor to cut tongue and grove boards, when his left hand

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Howarths NEW HRM Software Service The rich functionality in HRM will help to reduce paperwork, save time and money and also increase the effectiveness and efficiency of the HR administrator.

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Fit for Work Service- What is it? Fit for Work is a new, free service which was introduced in December 2014 that aims to help employees stays in work when

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Contractor and director fined as a result of brick-layer death A Yorkshire roofing firm and its Director have been prosecuted after a self-employed brick-layer fell to his death though a

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What is the perception of a volunteer? What is the perception of a volunteer? Is it to assume that the individual will have no hands on involvement in the running

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Prison sentence and corporate manslaughter penalty for director Two men who ran an engineering company in Bury have been sentenced for health and safety offences that resulted in the death

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