The Supreme Court will decide on one of the UK’s biggest equal pay cases, as lawyers representing more than 43,000 supermarket workers at Asda will insist their work is comparable to more highly paid warehouse workers.
One of the privileges of chairing the British Safety Council is being part of an organisation that, from its board of trustees through to its thousands of members, has a collective will, commitment and determination that everyone will have a safe and healthy place of work.
By Lawrence Waterman OBE, chair of the British Safety Council on 03 July 2018
A woman can be a unique face in health and safety, particularly in leadership roles. Safety Management spoke to three female safety professionals to find out what challenges they overcame to succeed in their fields, what advice they have for leaders, and what their views are on the equality debate. Interviews by Belinda Liversedge.
Almost half (47 per cent) of workers in the UK are female, so why are there comparatively few women working in health and safety? Belinda Liversedge attended Women in Health and Safety’s first panel event to find out.