Expert Advice to Stay Safe at Work...
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.
December's Most Popular Articles...
Our Categories...
Agriculture
Agriculture: Safe Working With Bales, Child Safety on a Working Farm, Storing and...
Ask Our Experts
Ask Our Experts: Injured at Work – Will My Partner Get Full Pay?, Should He Be Allowed...
Bullying
Bullying: Cyber Bullying at Work, Sexual Harassment at Work, The Fine Line...
Case Studies
Case Studies: Essentials of a Safe Working Environment: A Case Study, My Return to...
Discrimination
Discrimination: Age Discrimination at Work, Cancer - Your Rights as an Employee,...
Employment Law
Employment Law: European Health and Safety Laws, Probationary Period, Control of...
Employment Relations
Employment Relations: Team building and Employee Wellbeing, Job...
Equipment & Environment
Equipment & Environment: Safe Working With Wood Waste, Noise Management...
Finance
Finance: Employer's Liability Insurance, The Basic State Pension - Qualifying...
Health & Wellbeing
Health & Wellbeing: Dealing With Difficult Customers, Exemptions to the Smoking Ban,...
Professions
Professions: Adults Who Work With Children, Safety in the Live Event Industry,...
Psychological
Psychological: Creating Your Own Goals, Job Design and Mental Health, Dealing With...
Travel
Travel: Working Overseas, Effects of Long Commutes to Work, Driving at...
Working from Home
Working from Home: Being an Effective E-Manager, Getting Credit or Bank Loans When Self...
Workplace Safety
Workplace Safety: Laptop Protection and Security, Safety Signs in the Catering...
Latest Comments
  • SafeWorkers
    Re: Understanding Your Employment Contract
    Idontcare - Your Question:Right so I’m confused about this I’m new to this job and I work eight hours a day and I…
    18 December 2017
  • SafeWorkers
    Re: Employment Probation Periods: What You Need to Know
    Nfox91 - Your Question:I started my employment with a company on the 4th December, my direct manager…
    18 December 2017
  • Hankmoody13
    Re: Holiday Pay & Overtime: The Changes
    I was working around 49 to 56 hours per week on this company with loads of double shifts, even though i had a…
    18 December 2017
  • BSP_88
    Re: Zero Hours Contracts Explained
    Hi, My mum works for a security company which is a zero hours contract, she has to confirm shifts on an online portal and her…
    18 December 2017
  • Aerox
    Re: Safe Working Temperatures
    I'm working in weaehose..there is 8*C in middle of day. In mornings that's less. We have 15 and 30 min breaks. What law is on my side…
    18 December 2017
  • SafeWorkers
    Re: Sickness: Your Rights
    Sal - Your Question:I have been off work after having 2 operations my ssp runs out this week. Can I give notice to leave my job after ssp…
    18 December 2017
  • Wally
    Re: Workplace Injury Claim
    Working as a licensed Security Officer at Club Forster NSW. Approximately 23-00 I said to an intoxicated male "It's time for you to go" i…
    18 December 2017
  • Cat
    Re: Being Pregnant at Work
    I work for waffle house and we are required to work Christmas which is the busiest day of the year which for the past 3 years that I have…
    17 December 2017
  • Foster
    Re: When Your Employer Changes Your Working Hours
    My manager took me off all my shifts, I work 22 hours per week when asked why I had no shifts they stated…
    17 December 2017
  • Walshy
    Re: Probationary Period
    Hi I have just recently been dissmissed from on job in the middle of my 6 month probabtion period, I worked a month in advance, will I still…
    16 December 2017
Featured...
Add to my Yahoo!
Add to Google
Stumble this
Add to Twitter
Add To Facebook
RSS feed
You should seek independent professional advice before acting upon any information on the SafeWorkers website. Please read our Disclaimer.