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  • Yvonne
    Re: Dealing with Employee Theft
    I have a situation where I employ a mother, as my manager, and her daughter as my assistant. I live a fair distance away and it is…
    15 January 2017
  • Mel1971
    Re: Legal Minimum Temperature in a Warehouse?
    I work in a warehouse on the top floor there are only 2 floors. But I work static at a table inspecting garments.…
    13 January 2017
  • Mike
    Re: Forklift Truck Safety
    Tractor road speeds increased to 25mph (40km) in January 2016 but I beleave that telescopic rough terrain fork lift trucks are still…
    12 January 2017
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    Re: Forklift Truck Safety
    Lined h30d has damaged to overhead guard in 2 different places large dent would this fail a loler inspection
    11 January 2017
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    Re: Kitchen Workplace Safety
    me - Your Question:Hi, my son works in a care home kitchen and has just been told that they will no longer provide safety boots, which…
    11 January 2017
  • Omr
    Re: Dealing with Employee Theft
    I have had something stolen from my workplace by another employee. The room is secure and has key pad entry, no members of the…
    11 January 2017
  • Annie
    Re: Dangers of Dust in the Workplace
    I work in a food factory. We get regular medicals. There is a lot of dust from the product. Wheat. When i am off my ears are…
    11 January 2017
  • Rbow
    Re: How Many Breaks am I Entitled to?
    Hi my work shift is 12 hours 4on 4off. 4nights and then 4days. I'm working as a driver for a valet parking. Can you tell…
    9 January 2017
  • becky
    Re: Kitchen Workplace Safety
    hi i work in a cafe and i do not like what i am and doing because i am on the pot wash and i want to find a different job can you help…
    9 January 2017
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    Re: Working At Height
    Szymon S - Your Question:If my employer bought me safety equipment, and after a few months I decided to leave, how do I leave that job if I am…
    9 January 2017
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