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HSE called in over breach of work time law

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first_imgRelated posts:No related photos. Previous Article Next Article HSE called in over breach of work time lawOn 30 Jan 2001 in Rest periods, Personnel Today Comments are closed. BirminghamHeartlands and Solihull NHS Trust has been reported to the Health and SafetyExecutive for failing to implement the European Working Time directive.TheBritish Medical Association has accused the trust of failing to monitordoctors’ hours and claimed that as a result senior doctors were likely to beworking excessive hours. Thedirective, introduced into UK law in 1998, limits senior doctors to working 48hours a week. It does not yet apply to juniors.Thisis the first time the BMA has taken action, despite threatening for the pastyear to pursue legal sanctions against trusts that are failing to meet thelegislation’s requirements.Anagreement between the BMA and the Government sets out minimum rest periods andincludes resident on-call work in the 48-hour limit.Ina letter to the HSE, Anna Ferrant, principle executive officer for the BMA’sCentral Consultants and Specialists Comm- ittee, said the trust has”chosen to ignore the terms of the collective agreement and has thereforefailed in its obligations as an employer to protect the health and safety ofits senior doctors.”TheHSE has the power to bring court action, which can lead to the trust beingfined up to £5,000 if it is found guilty.`last_img

Gabriel’s agent reveals Lille star turned down bigger offers to join Arsenal

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first_img Metro Sport ReporterMonday 24 Aug 2020 11:31 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link5.9kShares Comment Advertisement Gabriel’s agent reveals Lille star turned down bigger offers to join Arsenal Gabriel had offers from Napoli and Manchester United (Photo by Dave Winter/Icon Sport via Getty Images)‘Arsenal was nowhere near the best proposal [money wise],’ Guilherme Miranda told Freddie Paxton of the Guardian. ‘Gabriel chose them over more lucrative offers because Edu convinced us of the project. It’s 100% because of Edu Gaspar and Arteta.’AdvertisementAdvertisementMore: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityArteta will be buoyed by Gabriel’s decision to join the club and he arrives alongside fellow youngster William Saliba, who signed for the Gunners last summer but stayed on loan at St Etienne.Gunners will be hoping the duo can form a new partnership in the heart of Arsenal’s defence to cure the defensive problems they’ve experienced in recent years.Gabriel will become Arsenal’s second signing of the summer following Willian’s arrival on a free transfer from Chelsea but Arteta hopes to make further additions.Atletico Madrid star Thomas Partey is a leading target, while Arteta may decide on signing another midfielder if Dani Ceballos’ stay is not prolonged. MORE: Malang Sarr agrees to join Chelsea on four-year deal Gabriel is set to sign a five-year deal with Arsenal (Picture: Getty)The agent of Arsenal-bound star Gabriel Magalhaes has revealed the Lille defender turned down more lucrative offers elsewhere in order to move to the Emirates.The Brazilian was at the Gunners’ training ground on Monday to undergo a medical with the club ahead of a £22million move to north London.Arsenal saw off competition from Napoli, Manchester United and Everton for the defender’s signature and the work of Mikel Arteta are said to have been influential in the Brazilian’s decision. The decision was clearly not down solely to finances as Gabriel’s agent has confirmed he could have earned far more elsewhere but for Edu’s work in convincing the Brazilian about the ‘project’ at the club.ADVERTISEMENT Advertisementlast_img read more