After the imposed lockdown set by PM Boris Johnson over eight weeks ago, relaxed lockdown restrictions have now been put in place. However, there are several precautions employers must consider before they invite their employees back into the workplace. From imposing appropriate social distancing rules, such as Perspex glass and limiting the number of people in lifts, to ensuring enough hand washing facilities are available, there are many factors employers need to think about. It seems there is another issue that businesses may also be facing, as people going back to work may unknowingly be using personal protective equipment (PPE) with false safety certificates, reports The Guardian. Health and safety organisations including the British Standards Institute (BSI) have witnessed a spike...
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