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Crowded house

Awards dinner crowds are always boisterous, but this year’s excelled itself.

The true cost of accidents

JACKIE BROWN-HAYSOM talks to Kensington Swan partner Grant Nicholson about what happens after an accident, and how any penalty imposed by the court is just one element in the associated costs – both financial and human.

Don’t dump, diagnose!

Before we can treat arm pain we must know what we’re dealing with, a hand surgeon tells JACKIE BROWN-HAYSOM.

It’s a wrap

PETER BATEMAN summarises a few key messages from the tenth Safeguard conference.

Regulator report—Health: let’s widen the measures

CHRIS JONES challenges us to use lead indicators of exposure to health risks to help change the conversation about work-related ill health.

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