assessment system that was found to be seriously flawed two months ago by the government-commissioned Harrington review, showed 39 per cent of claimants were fit for work and a further 39 per cent did not complete their. HSE news release and vibration webpages Risks 664 frica: Health workers killed in worst Ebola outbreak Health care workers in Africa have died in the worst ever Ebola outbreak because they did not have the necessary tools and equipment, Public Services International has revealed. TUC general secretary Brendan Barber said if employers see the changes as a green light to force workers back to work before they are well enough to return, in the long run, it will only lead to increased sickness absence and unnecessary conflict. Paisley Sheriff Court heard how employees working within the composite workshop at the firms Glasgow base were exposed them to the risk of hand arm vibration syndrome (havs a condition that can cause potentially permanent symptoms such as tingling, pins and needles, numbness and pain. A succession of major global retailers had already banned the process, after a high profile campaign by workers rights groups. Britain: Campaigners show docs how to spot asbestos diseaseDoctors in Scotland are to be given new guidance on how to diagnose asbestos-related disease in the hope of improving care for sufferers. And if you dont count the bodies, the bodies dont count. BMA news release Risks 558 Britain: HSE health expertise destroyed by stealth The retirement in May 2012 of the chief medical adviser for the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has left its Employment Medical Advisory Service (emas) close to collapse, a top HSE trade union.
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Unite news release and TUC dust guide pdf Risks 522 10 September 2011 China: Firms must keep work health records Authorities in China have told employers they must retain health records of all employees who are exposed to health hazards. Now the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) wants to evaluate the numbers adversely affected by exposures at work and the extent of those effects. But they didnt solve the problem, they outsourced it, leaving women overseas to face the risks. Health risks in the cleaning industry: a Belgian census-linked mortality study (19912011 International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health, first online etui news report Risks 816. Work and well-being aims to promote healthier working and help union safety reps identify what in their workplaces is making staff ill. Britain: Sickness absence and disability discrimination guide Sickness absence and disability discrimination, a TUC guide for union reps, seeks to increase understanding of the law and its limitations. Britain: Balfour Beatty fined 500,000 for white finger Balfour Beatty Utility Solutions Ltd has been fined after exposing workers to serious occupational disease risks over a nine-year period, with several workers permanently harmed as a result. Hazards examines the possibilities and pitfalls. Britain: Mental health problems widespread in shopworkers Nearly one in four shopworkers has taken time off work because of worry, anxiety or depression, a survey by Usdaw has found. Leigh Day news release. London Evening Standard Risks 657 Britain: Not that good work health scheme due The Work and Health Scheme expected to make a delayed appearance towards the end of this year could end up as an inadequate and confusing mess, the TUC and doctors have warned.
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