Wednesday, 15 July 2009

Leaked report suggests gangmaster laws to be extended to cut deaths in construction industry

It is likely that the net result of a Governmant inquiry into deaths in the construction industry means that Directors will be legally forced to ensure good health and safety management and gangmaster licensing will be extended to the construction industry.

'The Guardian' reports: 'The long-awaited 96-page report from Rita Donaghy, former head of the conciliation service Acas, also calls for the appointment of a full-time minister of construction and measures to make it easier to prosecute directors'.

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