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A Year of Significant Change





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In 2009, the British Standards Institute (BSI) introduced BS8484 – make sure you are up to date for your lone worker responsibilties.

This fact sheet is a great reminder to employees of how they can best protect themselves when working in times of extreme cold.

There was some significant change in October 2016 for sentencing guidelines, modern slavery, ISO 45001 and more, reflect on these changes here.

Creating positive mental health in the workplace has taken center stage this year and here's to hoping this trend continues, this briefing has key definitions, legal requirements, recommendations and more to help you.

For guidance for the legal requirements for responsible persons under the FSO, courtesy of BIFM and USHA the approved UK provider of health, safety and environmental information.

A safety legislation guide for updates from the last year, including recent H & S legislative changes, with articles written by a panel of experts summarising the key things to look back on in 2016.

It is vital that you are prepared for legislative changes, understanding what adjustments you need to make within your company and this guide summarises the main changes from April last year.

Courtesy of Barbour EHS this document helps to clarify what information you should be communicating up to your director key legislative changes and responsibilities.

This infographic from The European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA) which looks at violence committed by non-colleague contacts at work, such as the public, patients, or students. The diagram looks at potential consequences and how to tackle the problem..

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