Managing the welfare of people
A guide to developing a workplace policy on domestic and sexual abuse and supporting employees who are abused.
Identifying and dealing with problems caused by smoking, drugs and alcohol in the workplace.
Putting the systems and policies in place to deal with the growing problem of stress in the workplace and prevent sickness absence and productivity issues.
How to prevent and manage illness, injury and other ill effects, including social ones, stemming from the workplace by properly managing occupational health.
Understanding the risks posed by disease, infection and allergy in certain businesses and how to handle incidents and protect staff and the general public
What businesses, agencies and the workers themselves must do to protect agency workers' health and safety, how to work with the agency and assess risks.
The legal responsibilities for managing the extra risks faced by people who work alone, and how to reduce these risks to protect your lone workers