Whilst the Workplace (Health, Safety & Welfare) Regulations 1992 do not apply to domestic premises i.e. an employee’s home, an employer would still be expected to take reasonable care for their employees’ safety when working from home.
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What will the proposed changes to the Highway Code mean for road users? A new highway hierarchy now means that if you find yourself driving next to a cyclist then there is a greater responsibility on you as a driver, to ensure the safety of the cyclist. It means that the burden of responsibility shall be on the more ‘dangerous’ vehicle which could result in significant changes in contributory negligence arguments.
Electric scooters (e-scooters) are becoming more and more popular in Scotland, but unfortunately the law has not caught up with the fast-moving trend.
Under a new policing operation known as 'Operation Close Pass', police officers will be deployed in unmarked bikes with a camera on their handlebars and on the back of their bike to ensure motorists provide sufficient space to cyclists on the roads.
If you have suffered an injury or illness as a result of someone else's fault then you may have a personal injury claim. A personal injury claim can be raise against a person, business or organisation that may be fully or partially to blame for your injury.