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Intergovernmental Panel On Climate Change Warn Of Possible Catastrophe

Labour Party Lord Calls To End Free Healthcare From The NHS

NW Regional Safety Forum Health & Safety Props To CWU Annual Conference 2014

North West Region Workers Memorial Day 2014 Events Announced

Cameron Vows To Continue His Health And Safety Annihilation Campaign

Workers Memorial Day 2014 Liverpool Event Announced

Government Proposals Will Fail To Tackle Abuse Of Zero-Hours Contracts

Over 60s Reminded By Government To Be Prepared For Cold Weather

Government Attack On Public Sector Trade Union Facility Time Continues

Oliver Letwin Sponsors Deregulation Bill Amending Health And Safety At Work Act

Opting Out Of Your Private Medical Data Harvesting By Government

CWU Celebrates Success Of Dangerous Dogs Law Change Campaign That Makes
Postmen And Postwomen Safer

Death Of Tony Benn Ends Week Of Tragedy For Working People

Defibrillators To Be Installed In BT Buildings

Updated CWU Reports On Dangerous Dogs Now Available

East Lancashire Prostate Cancer Support Group Newsletter February Edition Available To Download

Death Of RMT’s Bob Crow Shocks Both Trade Unions And Politicians

Frightening Self Employed Industry List Contains Deadly Omissions

HSE Issue Updated And Simplified Working From Heights Guidance

Royal Mail National Health And Safety Event For CWU Area Safety Reps Announced

Dog Behavioural Problems & Family Safety Around Dogs

HSE Issue 4th Version Of Legionnaires' Disease Guidance And ACOP

New Evidence Insecticide Chemicals Damage Children’s Neurological Development

Health & Safety Under Attack - Construction Deaths In World Cup: Chairs Message

Hundreds Of Thousands Petitioners Cause Delay To Role Out Of
Care.data Medical Records Harvesting

News items are reported here for information purposes only,
and do not necessarily reflect the view of the Committee.


 
 
 

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