Review of Recent Employment Developments Issued: 28/06/2013Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 28 June 2013
1. H&S Research Priorities
2. Employee Engagement Benefits
3. NI Employment Law Review
4. Recent Irish Employment News
5. News Elsewhere
6. Case Law Reviews
7. Question Time – Recording Witness Statements
1. H&S RESEARCH PRIORITIES
EU-OSHA has produced a report on what it considers will be the health and safety priorities in the EU in the coming years. These fall under four themes: demographic change; globalisation and the changing world of work; safe new technologies; and new or increasing exposures to chemical and biological agents. It also stresses the importance of risk communication and translating OSH research into practical
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