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01 March 2011
Here we mark celebrate an important success for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) legislation, with the Court of Appeal overturning a previous decision.
This edition from Spring 2011 highlights an academic legal panel's response to the Jackson Review, calling it "misleading and inconsistent".
Our experts describe how the largest ever outbreak of occupational lung disease, in Birmingham, has prompted important discussions on health and safety.
We higlight and explore the lack of mention of rehabilitation in recent government reviews and argue for its effectiveness.
Here our experts warn that amendments to RIDDOR regulations could exacerbate under-reporting in the workplace.
In this excerpt of Health and Safety News from Spring 2011, the Court of Appeal confirms the importance of risk assessments in Bhatt v Fontain.
This Spring 2011 section of Health and Safety News includes an explanation for employers' potential liability for injuries during away-days.