Chris Warburton looks at the health and safety hazards facing migrant workers in the Middle East, and steps employers can take to deal with them.
We all have to earn a living. And for many people the best way of doing so is to move elsewhere, where the jobs are plentiful and wages are higher. The Middle East is a region that attracts large numbers of migrant workers. But being in a foreign land, where the language and customs are alien, can have significant consequences for your health and safety.
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