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Grave errors
Record numbers harmed – don’t tell us this is a success storyMultimillionaire prime minister Rishi Sunak wants to dismantle the safety and employment laws protecting you. Top multinationals just ignore these laws anyway. And Britain just bagged the worst boss in the world award. Hazards warns an unprecedented workplace health crisis is set to get much, much worse.
Hazards 160, October-December 2022

Death wish
Pressure grows on HSE to act on work-related suicide risksBosses knew certain staff were really struggling. Coroners said the job played a big role in their suicides. We all know work stress can push you over the edge. Hazards says it’s time the Health and Safety Executive recognised and acted on it too.
Hazards 160, October-December 2022

A total disgrace
UK P&O chief tops the bad bosses global league of shame The UK’s reputation as an increasingly unhealthy and insecure place to work has hit a new low, with a British business leader voted the ‘World’s Worst Boss’.
Hazards 160, October-December 2022

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In the 'Deadly business' series, Hazards reveals how a hands off approach to safety regulation means workers continue to die in preventable 'accidents' at work.

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