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Advice and the business case

15 November 2012

 Managing a DfW policy can only be effectively handled if it is integrated into arrangements for managing health and safety at work. Businesses should look at their health and safety systems and consider whether they adequately cover this area of work. The main areas are to address are policy, responsibility, organisation, systems and monitoring.  More advice is available on the DfBB website.

A business case is also available together with a range of updates case studies.

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