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By David Snashall, Dipti Patel

This ABC covers the entire significant parts of occupational and environmental drugs which the non-specialist probably want to learn about. It updates the fabric in ABC of labor similar issues and lots of the chapters were rewritten and accelerated. New info is supplied on a number of environmental matters but the booklet keeps its sensible procedure, giving counsel at the prognosis and day by day administration of the most occupational issues.

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Other primary and subordinate legislation relates to issues of discrimination, pay, and sick pay and are supported by various influential codes of practice, such as those produced by the Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service. Complaints in this area are heard by employment tribunals, which were established so that employment disputes can be settled rapidly and without the expense of going to court. The employment tribunal comprises three members, including an experienced lawyer as the chair.

Absence from work may generate grounds for dismissal and, if absence is attributed to ill health, OH advice will be required. It is important to differentiate between long term absence and recurrent short term absenteeism. Long term absence—This may give rise to fair dismissal on the grounds of capability, which includes both ill health and incompetence. The employer is expected to gather enough information to assess the situation fully and to decide on a reasonable course of action. This should include consultation with the employee and will often include a medical opinion.

This duty is only limited when the employee might be considered to be “on a frolic of his own,” as the courts have termed it. The underlying principle of the statutory framework is that those who generate risk as a consequence of work activities have a duty to protect the health and safety of anyone who might be affected by those risks. ” This allows the employer to balance the degree of risk against the difficulty and cost of reducing it. A small employer with modest resources may therefore argue that it could not go so far in risk reduction as a multinational company, for instance.

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