The aim was to investigate perceptions and attitudes about health and safety and the employment of young people. The work involved a review of published documents and interviews with 14 representatives from employer organisations, schools/academies, work placement organisers and insurers.
This report describes a systematic literature review on the nature of the exposure-response relationship between hand-transmitted vibration and the elements of hand-arm vibration syndrome (HAVS), ie the vascular, neurosensory and musculoskeletal components.
A key event in the OSH calendar for health and safety professionals working in or with the public sector. A panel of speakers will address collaborative working, health and well-being, behavioural safety, drug and alcohol screening, working with cancer and much more.