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40 Years of the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974

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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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“You MUST be healthy, Bu!” ~ Chmurka…

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I don’t have good news.
Bu is still ill.
And much weaker now…

She has lost a lot of weight… just because she doesn’t want to eat, eat by herself.

It’s a vicious circle: the less she eats, the less energy she has – and the less energy she has, the less she eats…

So she must eat.
And now I have to force her to eat.

She only wants to eat when I put something in her paws, or straight into her mouth. Like an hour ago, when I fed her egg – she ate a big piece of egg, just like in her healthy days.
Immediately after eating she drops tired, and falls asleep, but still…

So I need to remind Bu that she MUST eat.

It’s so hard to believe – a week ago she was a huge plump 232 gram girl, and I wanted her to … Read More

Defining Quality: Aiming for a Better Health Care System

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So you want to improve the quality of health care. But what, specifically, should you aim to improve? In this video, IHIs Former CEO Don Berwick describes a 2001 report by the Institute of Medicine, Crossing the Quality Chasm, that laid the foundation for health care reform all over the world.

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Jana Fitness II

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Fitness is more than just health, it’s feeling good about yourself..

Fitness photo shoot done for my portfolio building in Kingston Jamaica.
Photography: Joel Finnigen
Retouch: Joel Finnigen
Model: Jana Jana Lichtenstein
Makeup: Antoinette "Sashii" Bailey
Creative Assistant: Tanisha Ennis

Posted by Joel Finnigen on 2014-12-14 15:49:42

Tagged: , Jamaica , Joel Finnigen Photography , Kingston , body , body building , fitness , muscles , female , Female model , sexy , sensual , sensuous , New York Photographer , Jamaican Photographer , bikini … Read More

Social Inequalities in Health

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Behavioral and Social Sciences Research Lecture Series: Social inequalities in health

Ann Morning, Ph.D.
New York University

Dorothy Roberts, J.D.
University of Pennsylvania

Jo Phelan, Ph.D.
Columbia University

Friday May 8, 2015, 2:00pm – 3:00pm
Natcher Conference Center Balcony B, NIH Campus, Bethesda

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