The Skills and Training Forum, organised by the Road Safety Markings Association (RSMA) and co hosted by ACAS and Thorneycroft Solicitors last Thursday at The Armouries in Leeds was a resounding success. The aim for the day was to provide business leaders and HR professionals, with a day of interactive learning and practical guidance on Employment Law issues.
Our Head of Employment – Mark Bestley kicked off the day with a round up of recent changes in the law and the team also provided some valuable insight into what to expect in an employment tribunal with a Mock Employment Tribunal in the afternoon session which centred around a Whistleblowing scenario..
Hosted at the Royal Armouries in Leeds, the forum, organised by ACAS and Thorneycroft Solicitors, aimed to provide up to date legal guidance to small/medium sized businesses and HR professionals, on the potential pitfalls in Employment Law.
We are delighted to announce that we have become one of Macclesfield Rugby Clubs main sponsors for the 2015/2016 season.
A Care Quality Commission inspection has resulted in Addenbrooke’s hospital requiring ‘urgent improvement’ after inspectors found numerous problems with its care.
An automotive components company has been fined £7,000 and ordered to pay costs of £2,190 after being found guilty of breaching Section 2(1) of the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974.
A collision occurred between a red Vauxhall Combo and a silver VW Golf which led to the driver of the red van having to be freed from her vehicle by fire crews.
A manufacturing company has been fined a total of £50,000 for serious safety breaches after an employee was badly injured when he became trapped in a machine.
The dental nurse who assisted the notorious dentist D’Mello, has been charged by the GDC (General Dental Council) for various failings on hygiene grounds and also failing to highlight her concerns to authorities about D’Mello practices.