Risk perspectives - H&S knowledge is a vital tool for brokers

By John Phillips, Risk Services training and consultancy manager, Norwich Union

It is all well and good advising a business to have a robust health & safety (H&S) policy, but brokers must have an understanding of how a business develops its corporate competency to do this effectively.

In 1992, the Management of Health & Safety at Work Regulations - or 'management regs' - stated that all businesses should have access to competent advice. The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is now stepping up this

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