Welcome to Workplace Law TV.
Here you can find all the films produced by Workplace Law pertaining to health and safety.
There are a number of different film types available, including:
Fully viewable online, each film can be played, paused and fast forwarded and the volume controlled all through our easy to use TV player*.
Details of all planned upcoming films can also be found here. We are continually updating this section to cover all major topics of most use to you in your workplace; however, if there is anything not currently covered then please get in touch with your suggestions.
*You will require Adobe Flash Player installed on your computer to view Workplace Law TV films and use the TV player. This can be downloaded for free from the official Adobe website: http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/
|1.||RIDDOR and First Aid at Work legislation changes||WPL TV news|
|2.||Using new technology in new ways to reduce corporate risk||Feature|
|3.||Shape of new FM Contracting Model starts to emerge||News analysis|
|4.||Employment Act 2002||Regulation|
|5.||Government’s new FM Contracting Model: A new hope?||News analysis|
|6.||Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981||Regulation|
|7.||Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974||Regulation|
|8.||Sharon Shoesmith receives six figure payout for dismissal over Baby P case – what can employers learn from this case?||News analysis|
|10.||The ten most common causes of accidents at work||Feature|
|1.||Shape of new FM Contracting Model starts to emerge||News analysis|
|2.||Government’s new FM Contracting Model: A new hope?||News analysis|
|3.||RIDDOR and First Aid at Work legislation changes||WPL TV news|
|4.||The ten most common causes of accidents at work||Feature|
|5.||How safe is your supply chain?||Feature|
|6.||Getting buy in to a staff safety programme||Feature|
|7.||Guidance on reasonable adjustments for disabilities affected by other ailments||News analysis|
|8.||The dangerous decibels of workplace noise||Feature|
|9.||How hot is too hot?||News analysis|
|10.||New plans to reduce Health and Safety “red tape” for work experience placements||News analysis|