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Surely the manager has a duty of care with respects of Health and Safety. It was not a good attitude to have, and I think you have done the right thing. You have emailed your line manager, and will speak with the union on monday. It will not impact on your work position at all. Not a good attitude by the line manager today though.

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Agreed. Correct course of action - today's Manager is completely wrong to expect you to disregard measures in place on agreed H&S grounds and you cannot be forced to comply in these circumstances.

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