The government needs to prepare and publish an adequate plan setting out how it will manage a possible resurgence of Covid-19 this winter, says Lawrence Waterman.
This is my last column for a while, after something over two years of monthly musings as chairman of the British Safety Council. I had prepared some sort of summing up, looking at the key themes explored. But in the run-up to writing this column, we have seen reports of 300 workers in an English food factory testing positive for Covid-19. For the British Safety Council, with its vision of no one being injured or made ill through their work, this is a red flag.
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