COVID-19 at work

COVID-19 at work, the new rules, and you

With new government advice surrounding getting more people back into work coming into place at the beginning of August, the risk of accidents at work will become more important to us all. Coupled with the fact that workplaces will need to add more health and safety measures to ensure we are all kept safe from […]

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Ventilator

UK Government indemnifies personal injury for ventilator manufacturers

In the difficult days of the current Covid-19 pandemic, the demand for more ventilators rises at a rapid rate. A recent article from the Financial Times discusses the implications and process (PAID LINK) of acquiring these machines. Additionally, it addresses how the Government will protect and support manufacturing ventilators. Personal Injury for Ventilator Manufacturers Estimates […]

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Carpal Tunnel

A Guide to Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) is a debilitating condition caused by the compression of the median nerve within the wrist. Because of this, the condition is heavily linked with Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI), although it should be said that the conditions are distinctly different. In this guide, we wil outline the causes of CTS, how to […]

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Work stress claims are on the rise in the UK

The rise of occupational stress. What your employer needs to do to reduce a “public health emergency”

In her final annual report before she left the role last year, England’s then-Chief Medical Officer, Professor Dame Sally Davies, declared mental health issues to be a public health emergency. While such an announcement could be seen as being overly-dramatic, it is supported by evidence. The impact of occupational stress For example, according to the […]

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