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In May 2019, the World Health Organization officially recognised work-related burnout as an “occupational phenomenon”. In fact, levels of burnout among British workers have quietly but steadily reached epidemic levels. How many managers, asks Vicky Powell, would be able to spot the signs of burnout, and what can we all do to avoid and mitigate this modern corporate malaise?
In March 2019 the Government announced that, through the new Environment Bill, biodiversity net gain (BNG) would be made mandatory for all new developments in England. Caroline Hand explains how the system will work.
Mike Sopp describes how, to meet their legal obligations, those responsible for premises where power-operated pedestrian doors are located should ensure they are appropriately designed, installed, operated and maintained to reduce risks to as low as reasonably practicable.
Determining the competence of employees, and then identifying the knowledge, skills, and attributes necessary to meet and maintain the required level, can be a challenge for the health and safety practitioner, writes Mike Sopp.