By Tom Murray, Head of Product Strategy, Exaxe.
Open any newspaper and it’s hard to avoid an article decrying the on-going bureaucratic interference in the workplace by health and safety officials. Every day, bizarre situations are trotted out to underline the stupidity of the situation, such as police officers that can’t jump into a pond to rescue a young child because they don’t hold a certificate in dealing with water rescue issues or universities who ban graduates from throwing up their caps afterwards because a student was previously injured by a hat on the way down...
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