Health & Safety: Dispelling The Myths

In an era where we are told that children must wear goggles to play conkers and wear clip-on ties to prevent choking, you would be forgiven for thinking that the UK has gone “health and safety (H&S) mad”. Fortunately, these types of stories are usually exaggerated, but the consequence of these well publicised myths is that many teachers live in fear of being sued. Leadership Briefing issue 6.12(72)

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