The Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974 may now be 40 years old, but it still remains the primary piece of legislation covering work-related health and safety in the UK despite continuous changes to everyday working lives over the years.

In order to determine how the Act affects those from a variety of different professions, we talked to a range of organisations, in terms of size and complexity, about how they manage health and safety.

Watch our latest film to hear exactly what the Health and Safety at Work Act means for different organisations and to discover why the Act is still considered fit for purpose after all these years.

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