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Workplace safety affects us all. It doesn't matter whether you're an employer or an employee, a self-employed trader or a director of a large company. You might even be a customer who uses a shop, or a client who visits business premises. Despite this, many people don't know their safety rights and responsibilities.We provide everything you need to address your interests and concerns.
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