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Just Under £300,000 Paid Out to Teachers Injured in Workplace

More than 290,000 was paid to teachers and lecturers who were injured on school property following accidents in the workplace last year.

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Glasgow Company Fined Following Worker’s Hand Injury

A Glasgow print and packaging company have been fined £40,000 after a worker's hand was severely injured following an incident with a machine he was using.

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Scotland Complains About Less than 1% of Scottish Health Service Activity

Last year (2014/15), the Scottish Health Service had a 0.05% complaint rate, according to Information Services Division (ISD) Scotland – published at the end of September 2015.

Specifically, taking all hospital visits (including A&E visits) together with all GP, outpatient, dental and ophthalmic appointments into consideration, a total of 22,417 complaints were made by patients across Scotland.

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IOSH Course Helping Employers Make UK Workplace Safer

The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) has developed a training programme, which provides business leaders with the knowledge they require to appropriately mange health and safety within their respective enterprises.

Crucially, the training package is specifically designed for business leader who have limited spare time on their hands.

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Lothian Health Board Fined Over Death of Pensioner

Lothian Health Board has been fined £40,000 following the death of a pensioner after she was struck by one of its vans as she crossed a clearly marked pedestrian route into Edinburgh’s Western General Hospital.

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Top Cyclists Want Presumed Liability Law

Two top cyclists, Silas Goldsworthy and Martin Williamson, have given their support to the Road Share campaign - which calls for presumed liability to be introduced in Scotland's civil law to better protect cyclists involved in road accidents.

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Health Board criticised over care

The Scottish Public Services Ombudsman has recently published details of its investigation into a complaint against NHS Grampian by a father whose premature baby had died shortly after birth.

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