Sticks and stones can break my bones, but words can never hurt me? If only that was true, words can hurt a lot. Bullying is no laughing matter.
Help protect yourself from the Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007 with our IOSH Safety for Executives and Directors Certificate. For a limited time book one place and get another place half price at our new venue in Chelmsford, Essex on 28th November. Click here to find out more about this IOSH accredited course.…
THSP Risk Management are continuing their support for UKATA’s Train Safe, Work Safe, Keep Safe campaign by providing free UKATA asbestos awareness training courses to the local community.
With bonfire night just round the corner it is important to ensure that you enjoy your night as safely as possible. The safest place to watch fireworks is at a large public display as more injuries occur at smaller private parties.
You’re lying awake at four in the morning, thinking about how your team is expanding. You know you haven’t got round to creating their contracts yet and are not really sure where to start.
Would you turn away a decent job candidate because of their visible tattoo?
For all its good points, social media presents countless challenges for employers and employees.
Today, marks World Mental Health Day, a perfect time to discuss a new construction industry programme launched to promote positive mental health “Mates in Mind”.
The unfamiliarity that goes with stepping into the world of work could be taken down a notch or two by new Acas guidance.
Before someone can bring a claim in the employment tribunal they must usually have first notified Acas. A conciliation period follows, during which settlement is explored. If the case isn’t settled within the conciliation period, Acas issues a certificate to that effect. It’s at that point the Claimant can take their claim further.