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Business Law

Do employers need to teach staff about health and safety?

19th October 2011
The Health and Safety Executive in the United Kingdom recently recorded over 200 people every year are killed whilst executing their working duties. More than 2 million suffer illness, injury or disease which is a cause or aggravated by their working cond...
Author: BeckyJennings

Health & Safety issues common to most businesses .

23rd February 2011
Health and Safety Policy sets out how health and safety issues are managed within an organisation. A Health and Safety Policy is a commitment to planning and managing health and safety at work and is the key to achieving acceptable standards and prevent...
Author: Herry Taylor
Employment Law

Employment Law Absence - What Are Your Legal Rights?

02nd February 2011
Copyright (c) 2011 Robert Gray If you are having to take time off work due to illness you may be wondering about your rights and responsibilities during your time off sick. Are you entitled to be paid - and if so, how much? - and what information are y...
Author: Robert Gray Solicitor

How to lower the cost of your life insurance

28th September 2010
Usually when you set up a life insurance policy you will base the level of life insurance cover (for example $500,000) on your situation, needs, and budget. For example your life insurance might take care of debt, provide for dependants, or have enough to...
Author: cisamitesh

Fishing Trip Scotland, Trout Fishing In Scotland, Fly Fishing in Scotland

28th July 2010
Willie Cameron is an important figure in everything to do with fishing around Dalavich. He is the LAIA warden for the north side of Loch Awe and also for Loch Avich and his love of the sport is infectious. Willie was brought up in rural Perthshire wher...
Author: offthemainroad
Personal Injury

Workplace health and safety should not be taken lightly: Unions criticise David Cameron

21st April 2010
Health and safety risk assessment in the work place is "essential" to protect the welfare of Britain's employees and prevent employers having to defend personal injury claims due to accidents in work, the Trade Unions Congress (TUC) has warned. The TUC...
Author: hitsearch
Personal Injury

Accidents At Work: What Everyone Ought To Know About Work Accident Duties

02nd February 2010
Every year, there are over 36 million working days lost because of accidents at work and work-related ill health, according to The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents. There are also around 350 deaths every year due to accidents at work, 1,000 d...
Author: Jessica Parker
Employment Law

Accidents at work: Top 7 Facts about UK Work Accident Statistics

10th December 2009
Accidents at work happen every day in the UK, and the latest statistics from the Health and Safety Executive for 2008/9 show just how many and what type of work accidents have been reported by British workers in the last year. Here are the top 7 facts abo...
Author: Jessica Parker
Medical Malpractice

Medical Negligence Shake-Up

10th June 2009
It is estimated that one in tewnty people in the UK feel dissatisfied with the diagnosis or treatment they are given by a doctor or GP. As a result, 7,000 people each year make a medical negligence compensation claim because of the pain and ill health...
Author: catherine