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Covid-19 and Health and Safety Law – The Essential Guide


ISBN13: 9781913715908
Published: April 2021
Publisher: Law Brief Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £29.99



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The law relating to Health and Safety has implications for every aspect of how workplaces are managed and how jobs are done. The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has been considerable and immediate. Companies, contractors and sole traders need clarity on how to amend their working practices to reflect the new risks associated with the virus and its transmission.

This book is designed to give practical advice to those who manage H&S risks and their legal advisors. It considers each stage of the relevant process, from investigation to enforcement, with an eye on what expectations the Health and Safety Executive will have when they engage with businesses and what steps can be taken to demonstrate that duty-holders are assessing and managing new and existing risks to a high standard.

Subjects:
Health and Safety
Contents:
Chapter One – Covid-19 and Risk Assessments
Chapter Two – PPE and Coronavirus
Chapter Three – Social Distancing and the Law
Chapter Four – Covid and Vehicle Usage
Chapter Five – Work Premises –
Particular Coronavirus Considerations
Chapter Six – Protecting Home Workers
Chapter Seven – Workers With Pre-Existing Vulnerabilities
Chapter Eight – Other Offences and Health and Safety
Chapter Nine – Covid-19 and the RIDDOR Reporting Regime
Chapter Ten – Inspection and Enforcement