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  1. Hello SarEl My post was actually extracts taken directly from the Health & Safety Exectutive's Website http://www.hse.gov.uk/workers/employers.htm Rather than "from watered down versions of advice that you can read anything you want into." Just wanted to make that point
  2. If you are Those familiar with the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 (DDA 1995) will immediately recognise the potential implications of fit notes on “reasonable adjustment” claims under DDA 1995. If an individual is “disabled” within the meaning of DDA 1995, s 1 then duties to make reasonable adjustments may arise. The duty is owed by employers to employees (DDA 1995, s 4A), but also extends to contract workers (s 4B(5)&(6)), office holders (s 4E), partnerships (s 6), barristers and advocates (ss 7B & 7D), trade organisations (s 14) and qualification bodies (s 14B). In r
  3. Do you know if you are covered by the DDA / Equality definition of disabled ? If so adaptions could be classed as reasonable adjustments.
  4. Can the employer simply wash their hands when the HSE state: Under the law employers are responsible for health and safety management. It is an employer's duty to protect the health, safety and welfare of their employees, and other people who might be affected by their business.This means making sure that you and others are protected from anything that may cause harm, effectively controlling any risks to injury or health that could arise in the workplace. Directgov state: Employment Employers' health and safety responsibilities
  5. fitforwork take a read of this too http://www.acas.org.uk/index.aspx?articleid=2832 http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/Employment/Employees/Sicknessabsence/DG_187161
  6. Does this impact employer liability What should I do if an employee wants to return to work before the end of a ‘not fit for work’ Statement? Sometimes your employee will be able to return to work before the end of a Statement period where a doctor has advised that they are not fit for work. This may be because the employee has recovered faster than the doctor expected, or the doctor did not know of ways in which you could support your employee to return to work. If you agree with your employee that it is appropriate for them to return to work, you do not need to wait until the
  7. DWP says Frequently asked questions What should I do if the doctor has indicated ‘may be fit for work’? The Statement has been designed to give you the information needed to begin a discussion with an employee on whether they can return to work despite their illness or injury. You should consider the doctor’s comments and discuss this with your employee. If a return to work is possible you should agree any temporary changes to their job or hours and what support you will provide and for how long. If you have access to an occupational health provider you may want to discuss it wi
  8. They might have filed 2007 aswell, who can say until companies house info is updated Noticed this today DISS40 recorded for SPPL This is a 'Notice of striking-off action discontinued' SPPL looks like it is now home and dry as far Companies House is concerned
  9. http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/show-post/post-2730589.html You are wrong. The above is a link to a question that he did answer How do you and ITBG? Like them apples ?
  10. Napiernuts 2 ITBG? 0 Final whistles blows and ITBG? is outta here !!! Please don't let the door hit your ass on the way out..
  11. I am sure you posted that if someone answered your question you would leave this thread. So much for your word
  12. Guess you missed this post ITBG? Have some respect for the creator of this thread
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