Personal Injury News Archive
That is according to Sue Firth, a chartered psychologist, who believes discussing problems with a loved one, a colleague or their boss can be a great help for people struggling with mental anxiety caused by their profession.
According to the Arbroath Herald, Valerie Payne was hit by debris falling from a building occupied by Clydesdale Bank - a financier now owned by the National Australia Bank Group - on Arbroath High Street last July.
That is the opinion of Judith Hackitt, chair of the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), who has called on companies to take a proactive approach to avoiding injuries among their members of staff, rather than a reactive stance.
That is according to Judith Hackett, chair of the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), who has said that fresh recruits and inexperienced professionals are most likely to get injured in an accident at work.
The unnamed mechanical fitter sustained the fracture while working at Drax Power Station in North Yorkshire in March 2010 when a 13kg weight dropped a distance of around four metres from an overhead crane onto him.
According to the Scotsman, Alexander Keir and Ian Rawlings are taking legal action against First Choice and Longwood Holidays due to the company's alleged negligence after they went on a package trip to the African resort of Taba.
Research published today (February 1st) by the Chartered Institute for Personnel and Development (CIPD) analyses the differences between the country's professional sector when the Queen came to the throne in 1952 and the present day.
Denis Cronin fractured his pelvis in three places while carrying out work at premises owned by Benchmark Fabrication - which provides services across the UK and Europe - in Hitchin in November 2010 and was subsequently in hospital for a week.