Tuesday, 21 April 2015
More health & safety regulation is better
It's just struck me that it could be worthwhile to point out that while Conservatives and UKIP hate H&S regulation, it could be pointed out that increasing H&S consciousness within society could help at least alleviate A&E meltdown.
Another matter related to H&S is that under the cult of 'managerialism', managers are too often transplanted from one industry without any real grounding in the industry toward which they are transplanted into. But of course it was Tony Blair that installed an investment banker as its 'welfare reform guru' when he was misguided to say the least about disabled benefit claimants.
Maybe they want a rise in ambulance chasing law firms and the shares in those law firms?
For me a prime example of H&S is handwashing after I spent 1972 - 1977 in the foods industry, is handwashing. And scrapping handwashing in the fast food industry has been under attack in the USA