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  • International Workplace
  • 2 November 2009
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NEW Workplace Law Handbooks 2010 launched!

The Workplace Law Handbooks 2010 have today been officially launched! The Premises, Health and Safety Handbook and Employment Law and Human Resources Handbook go on sale today in the Workplace Law bookshop. Featuring everything you need to know about health and safety, premises management, environmental management, employment law and HR in two manageable volumes, the Workplace Law Handbooks are all you need to stay compliant with the law over the next 12 months.

The Premises, Health and Safety Handbook has 127 chapters and nine topical comment pieces, written by 83 authors from 47 firms.

It includes all the latest information and guidance on:

  • BREEAM In-Use;
  • The 2009 Batteries Directive;
  • Climate change, ahead of the Copenhagen Climate Change Conference in December;
  • The Contaminated Land Regime;
  • The first corporate manslaughter case, due to commence in February 2010;
  • The new Gas Safe Register;
  • The Government’s proposed Fit Notes Scheme;
  • International Standards, including ISO 9001, ISO 14001, EN 16001 and OHSAS 18001;
  • The latest research on occupational cancers;
  • Employers’ packaging and recycling obligations; and
  • How to compile a PEEP

 

The Human Resources and Employment Law Handbook has 79 chapters and ten topical comment pieces, written by 66 authors from 30 firms. 

 

It includes all the latest information and guidance on:

  • The implementation of the Agency Workers’ Directive;
  • New procedures to follow when handling disciplinaries and grievances;
  • Employment Tribunal statistics for 2008/09;
  • Intricacies of the Equality Bill;
  • How to handle employees’ expenses;
  • The implementation of the Points Based system for employing foreign nationals and migrant workers;
  • Alternatives to redundancy;
  • The implications of employees’ accruing holiday leave whilst off sick;
  • Coping with swine flu in the workplace;
  • Blacklisting and vetting employees; and
  • Work experience, apprenticeships and internships.

Buy both editions for £99.99. For more details go to www.workplacelaw.net/bookshop.