From the TUC

Health and Safety: fighting (Conservative) myths during the festive season

11 Dec 2008, by in Working Life

HSE is running a helpful website combatting health and safety myths. It clarifies that children in the UK are not forbidden from throwing snowballs, that workers are not prohibited from putting up Christmas decorations and, in contrast to David Cameron’s assertions in this year’s conference speech, that teachers are not prevented from putting plasters on children’s cuts.

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