Saturday 28th April is World Day for Safety and Health at Work 2018. This is a campaign to promote safe and healthy work all around the world. This is particularly promoted by the International Labour Organisation and the United Nations.
Every day a huge amount of people can die or be injured from occupational hazards or diseases.
Having a culture of safe, healthy and decent work can be hugely beneficial economically, physically, and emotionally. Prevention of accidents is key, and can literally be a matter of life or death in some instances.
We at Fiona Bruce Solicitors support this initiative, while also recognising that things can, and do go wrong.
We have a dedicated team of Personal Injury and Employment Solicitors who can advise you wherever you find yourself on this issue. Contact us today.
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