Health and safety issues in new forms of employment and work organisation
Barrett, Brenda and Sargeant, Malcolm (2008) Health and safety issues in new forms of employment and work organisation. International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations, 24 (2). pp. 243-261. ISSN 0952-617X
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The EU has now embraced so many national states, with such a wide range of economic structures, that it cannot be supposed that health and safety arrangements will be the same in every ember state, even though all are required to implement the same EC directives relating to the health and safety of the workforce. This paper attempts to address the health and safety of those in new, and possibly precarious, forms of employment in the UK. It does so in the context of the situation in the EU as indicated by a number of research reports.
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