Safety Management News
27 Feb 2017
Plumber case 'reveals workers’ rights sham’ The Pimlico Plumbers ruling over workers’ rights exposes a growing problem of sham self-employment, says TUC. - See more at: https://sm.britsafe.org/plumber-case-reveals-workers%E2%80%99-rights-sham%E2%80%99#sthash.DfzRjP0I.dpuf
8 Feb 2017
Diabetes: a very costly type of condition There are currently 3.3 million people in the UK with type 2 diabetes and a further 940,000 believed to be undiagnosed but living with the condition. The total indirect and direct care costs associated with diabetes currently stand at £23.7 billion.
7 Feb 2017
A safer conversation A group of experts discuss work-related respiratory disease in the first of a two-part article.
7 Feb 2017
Hearing protection – the long-term view More than 10 million people in the UK have some degree of hearing loss, which can gradually creep up over many years before it is recognised.
6 Feb 2017
White paper on Brexit 'fails to reassure on workers rights' Working people's rights are under threat, despite the government pledging once again to ‘protect and enhance’ rights once Britain leaves the EU, the TUC are warning.
3 Feb 2017
A Balancing Act No Fit State Circus began at Cardiff university 30 years ago as a juggling club and developed into a theatrical style circus company, with the company exploring a fascination in street performance, touring local festivals to discover new techniques.
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