@BritSafe and @MatesInMind - a leading mental health charity, has today welcomed measures to enable the return to work of more construction workers as the coronavirus lockdown ends. Under a new plan to boost the construction industry after weeks of stagnation, it is reported that councils will be asked to extend the working day for building sites and extend planning permission deadlines. Longer working days will help stagger arrival times and reduce the need for workers to travel to and from sites at rush hour.
@BritSafe and @MatesInMind - Everyone should have the right to live with dignity and free from fear, whoever they are or wherever they live
“We all need to work together to ensure that injustice for ethnic and minority groups is a thing of the past” says British Safety Council Chief Executive
@BritSafe announces the winners of the International Safety Awards 2020
The British Safety Council has announced the individuals, teams, initiatives and organisations who have won awards as part of the 2020 International Safety Awards Scheme (ISAs). These awards recognise and celebrate outstanding achievements around the world amongst those who have made exceptional efforts to ensure peoples’ health, safety and wellbeing.
#StayHomeChallenge - Employers must keep people working from home safe @BritSafe
“It’s our job to help people stay safe and look after their mental wellbeing when they work from home” says British Safety Council
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