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Coronavirus and the workplace: the latest

By Belinda Liversedge on 05 March 2020

There is a bat somewhere in Wuhan in China that currently has a lot to answer for – this winged creature is believed to have kicked-started an outbreak of COVID-19, the latest form of coronavirus. Talk about a butterfly effect.

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Coaching Construction

By Belinda Liversedge on 26 February 2020

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The top five construction site risks and hazards

By Kati de Matas, MRS Training & Rescue on 26 February 2020

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Caring for head and mind

By Iris Cepero on 24 February 2020

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Tesco UK found "highly culpable" after 91-year-old customer breaks hip in fall

By Belinda Liversedge on 27 January 2020

Tesco has been fined £733,333.33 after a 91-year-old customer broke his hip at a Hemel Hempstead store, two months after staff had complained of the risk of slipping on leakage from a refrigeration unit.

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No trade-off in worker health

By Mike Robinson, British Safety Council on 26 February 2020

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The right to clean air

By Charles Pitt on 20 November 2019

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Organisations must give enough attention to mental wellbeing at work

By Hemant Sethi, British Safety Council on 29 January 2020

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Redefining workplace wellbeing – Part II

By Anna Ryland, British Safety Council on 27 May 2019

Some of Britain’s most eminent thought leaders and campaigners took part in the British Safety Council’s roundtable debate on workplace wellbeing held in March. They examined and challenged wellbeing concepts and practices.