Our strategic partner, Peninsula, have written an article explaining the increasing compensation costs that have now come into effect. Please read below for the full details. From the 6th of April 2023 it gets more expensive for employers who do things wrong and end...
You must display the poster where your workers can easily read it and you can’t print a copy yourself. We are aware of suppliers selling fake versions online that haven’t been approved. The current version of the law poster includes enhanced security features and is...
The HSE’s advice has changed, and you must now carry out an individual risk assessment for pregnant workers and new mothers. The difference in this new advice is that you must also carry out an individual risk assessment that covers a worker’s specific needs when they...
The Health and Safety Information for Employees Regulations 1989, requires employers to either display the HSE-approved law poster or to provide each of their workers with the equivalent leaflet. The poster explains British health and...
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