A world class city must have world class workplaces, that means aspiring to and achieving world class standards of health and safety at work - not for some, but for all. And the roadmap for turning that dream into a reality includes there being a hea...
The lives of workers and members of the public are being put at risk because too few employers are receiving visits from health and safety inspectors, according to the interim results of a new TUC safety survey released today (Wednesday).
Three construction workers die at work in Britain every fortnight, but the Government has yet to introduce corporate manslaughter legislation to punish negligent bosses.
The TUC has announced the national and regional winners of its 2003 Safety Representative of the Year awards, and the winner from the East Midlands is Jackie Harrison of Bradmore. Harrison, a member of the PCS, is a health and safety officer for a b...
A checklist for union safety reps: key issues to raise with employers and other duty holders about how the risks of asbestos are being managed, designed by the TUC and HSE for use on the National Inspection Day (Wednesday, 15 October) of European ...PDF version available for download
On National Asbestos Inspection Day, the TUC is calling on the 200,000 union safety reps across the country to use the day to put their employers on the spot regarding the location and quantity of asbestos where they work
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