Health and Safety Law in UK Law
Revolution Blues: The Reconstruction of Health and Safety Law as ‘Common‐sense’ Regulation
This article reviews the last five years of coalition government policy making in relation to occupational health and safety law. It shows that the most significant and influential element of this ...
THE TRADITION OF WORKER PARTICIPATION IN THE NETHERLANDS
Collective labour relations within the EEC varies considerably, and it is intended here to explain the underlying attitudes to bargaining between unions and employers in the Netherlands. Forthcomin...
Working with display screen equipment — do you know your rights?
The European Community Directive 90/270/EEC, issued in 1990, concerns the minimum health and safety standards of display screen users. The Directive becomes law in the UK and the rest of Europe on ...
Role typology for health and safety representatives
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to focus on the development of a health and safety (HS) representative role typology that demonstrates how representatives enact their roles and improve occupa...
Integrating Management Systems and Occupational Health and Safety Regulation
‘Best practice’ in occupational health and safety (OHS) performance needs to recognize the declining emphasis that is being placed on the capacity of the regulatory state. This article argues that ...
Books reviewed: John Eekelaar, Mavis Maclean, and Sarah Beinart, Family Lawyers: The Divorce Work of Solicitors Thomas M. Franck, The Empowered Self: Law and Society in the Age of Individualism Ian...
Illness episode vs treatment outcome: questions regarding safety
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to increase the knowledge of nurses assigned to mental health patients, improve the number of patients referred, and to accurately assess the appropriateness o...
The Dangers of Hanging Baskets: ‘Regulatory Myths’ and Media Representations of Health and Safety Regulation
The successful enforcement of health and safety regulation is reliant upon the ability of regulatory agencies to demonstrate the legitimacy of the system of regulatory controls. While ‘big cases’ a...
- Investigating Health and Safety Regulation: Finding Room for Small‐scale Projects
Health and Safety at Home: Private and Public Responsibility for Unsatisfactory Housing Conditions
This paper reviews two legislative approaches intended to control housing conditions in the rented sector ‐ the landlords’ contractual obligations, and the powers of local authorities. The authors ...
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