• Reasonably priced source of Health & Safety information
  • Two Volumes - some 1100 A5 pages in loose-leaf format
  • Practical handbook for Health & Safety, other Professional, Business and Public Sectors
  • Every year new edition revises ENTIRE contents - Filing takes seconds
  • Pricing policy keeps annual edition approx. £125
  • Four figure subscriber base
 

General Health & Safety Information - On Approval

 

On  13 July 2017 the 62 pages of the GREAT REPEAL BILL (EU (Withdrawal) Bill) were published and presented to Parliament.  Depending upon the outcome of the final negotiations, it is estimated that some 1,000 new Statutory Instruments will be required to deliver Brexit. Some 12,000 EU legislative acts must be copied and, where appropriate, amended.  Brexit is to be completed by 29 March 2019. A new Section on BREXIT explores the implications for UK health and safety at work law.  BREXIT is also considered elsewhere at the relevant points in the text.  The new health and safety at work Strategy - Helping Great Britain work well 2016 - is fully tracked throughout the text.  There has been a large increase in the total amount of fines.  A review and simplification of Chemicals Regulations is under way (COSHH, Lead and DSEAR).  A new Section considers the Control of Electromagnetic Fields at Work Regulations 2016.  New ACOPs and Guidance include those on manual handling, fee for intervention, PPE and COMAH.  All of this necessitates a new approach - and a new Handbook - “Health & Safety at Work Brief”. The Handbook is written by a Solicitor with extensive experience of health and safety law in a major British plc. In its largest Edition ever, the text comprises some 1100 A5 pages in two loose-leaf Volumes and is contained in two smart, foam-padded leather-look Binders. Designed as either a stand-alone text or a companion volume to "Environment Brief", "Health & Safety at Work Brief" features both cross-referencing within its text and to the text of "Environment Brief". Volume 1 is an independent commentary of some 550 pages explaining the law, practice and policy. “Health & Safety at Work Brief” constitutes one stop treatment of health and safety subject-matters. It provides a thoroughly integrated treatment of the following features of health and safety: a user-friendly layout by subject-matter and by numbered paragraphs; reference to current legislation; explanation of the law from reproduction of the key points in Approved Codes of Practice or Guidance Notes and from some 200 cases of leading case-law; reference to EU and other applicable legislation; and further reading from HSE publications and several hundred websites. Volume 2 comprises some 530 pages reproducing verbatim the consolidated legislative texts of Key Acts and Regulations.