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01 September 2006
The Health and Safety Commission has launched two consultations.
A Guardian Newspapers night editor who was refused access to the company physiotherapist after developing repetitive strain injury has been paid £37,500 in damages.
On 3 May 2006 the House of Lords delivered a devastating judgement.
The Association of British Insurers wrote recently to members of Parliament calling for a “new independent body” to make the compensation system for mesothelioma victims “both fairer and faster”.
It is well established in law that, in terms of exposure to noise, the watershed between risk and safety is defined at 90dB(A)leq.
Two recent bullying cases highlight the different legal approaches that can be adopted in pursuing them.