Reforming the UK's health and safety laws, 2010-2015

A note tracking the government's review and reform of health and safety legislation in the UK during the period 2010-2015, starting with Lord Young of Graffham's report, Common Sense, Common Safety, which was followed by Professor Löfstedt's review, Reclaiming health and safety for all: An independent review of health and safety legislation and included the "Red Tape Challenge".


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