Law firm issues flood clean up warning

Nick McMahon, specialist health and safety Partner at RPC: “Employers whose premises have flooded are of course going to want to get their businesses back to normal as quickly as possible, so may be diverting staff who cannot work to the clean up instead.

“However, just because the flood is an exceptional situation, it doesn’t mean that the usual health and safety procedures can be ignored.”

He continued: “It is imperative that before any work starts, employers have considered all the potential

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