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You have a legal responsibility for the impact your business has on the environment. For example, it's up to you to ensure that your waste is treated and disposed of properly. Going beyond environmental compliance can also bring business benefits, for example selling your waste to an organisation that could reuse or recycle it could make you money and save on disposal costs. The Environment Agency, a government department, has useful advice for businesses on how to dispose of their waste.

The Food Standards Agency is concerned with the whole food industry – from farming, food production and distribution, to retail and catering. It addresses food safety issues at every stage of the chain, providing information and guidance on best practice and legal requirements.
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The government has introduced a new point-based system for eligibility for migrant workers to work in the UK. It is the employers' responsibility to ensure the migrant workers are legally employed. For the latest information....

Accidents at work can often be avoided by proper risk assessment preparation, and preventative measures put into place. Good work practice will also minimise accidents at work. The Health & Safety Executive set out regulations to ensure accidents can be minimised. See their website for help and advice......

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