Government pledges crackdown on ‘health and safety culture’

The Government has vowed to remove ‘pointless’ and ‘time-wasting’ health and safety legislation during the course of 2012, which it says has led to a culture of fear amongst businesses.

Under the plans, which seek to reduce the quantity of rules and make enforcement more ‘reasonable’, self-employed people will no longer need to comply with some areas of health and safety regulation, and the laws governing personal injury claims will be tightened.

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One Response to Government pledges crackdown on ‘health and safety culture’

  1. This is very good post. Health cannot be overlooked at any point of time.

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