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Workplace Law research study looks at training matrices

Workplace Law recently conducted a survey looking at organisations’ training matrices, asking respondents to tell us  what they included in a training matrix for health and safety, and to tell us how those training needs were identif...


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RICS and Workplace Law announce series of FM case studies

<![endif]--> At the launch of RICS’ Global Strategic FM Guidance Note, the professional body announced its partnership with Workplace Law to produce a series of case studies on the FM industry. The case studies will demonstrate to ...


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Workplace Law shortlisted for elearning award

We are delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted in the Elearning Age Awards 2013 for ‘Elearning Development Company of the Year’. This category recognises elearning development companies that have achieved exceptional resul...


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Workplace Law publishes ThinkFM Research Report

As part of our ongoing investigation into how those working in the facilities management (FM) sector today can go beyond compliance and deliver real business value to their clients and stakeholders, Workplace Law conducted its second annual res...


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Workplace Law CDM research report published by APS

For months now there has been plenty of talk about the Health and Safety Executive’s (HSE) proposed changes to the CDM Regulations 2007, and despite delays in preparing the draft regulations, a review is expected in the imminent future....


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Workplace Law lifts off for a Help for Heroes skydive

Following the success of the 78-mile cycle ride to raise money for Help for Heroes, Workplace Law is once again attempting an epic challenge, all in the name of charity. On 31 August 2013, Workplace Law Environmental Consultant, Kimberley G...