Review of Recent Employment Developments in Ireland Issued: 12/07/2013

Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 12 July 2013 Issues covered:


1. OSHA - H&S at work
2. Budget 2014: IBEC’s Submission
3. Irish Sites Receive Investment
4. Recent Irish Employment News
5. News Elsewhere
6. Case Law Reviews
7. Question Time – Should our Policies be Externally Reviewed?

A new e-fact by EU-OSHA provides hints and tips to help workers and employers understand and communicate the risks of dangerous substances. It explains how two recent European regulations aim to improve communication on dangerous substances in the workplace. These are on registration, evaluation and authorisation of chemicals (REACH) and classification, labelling and packaging (CLP).

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