Violence at Work (UK)


Useful Web Links

ACAS - ACAS helps conciliate in employment related disputes.

British Institute of Learning Difficulties - BILD provides advocacy, consultancy, training and publications in the interests of those with learning difficulties.

Citizensí Advice Bureau - CAB offer free advice on employment legal matters and advisers can represent clients at court or tribunal.

Commission for Racial Equality - The Commission set up to tackle racial discrimination and promote racial equality.

Disability Rights Commission - DRC was set up to eliminate discrimination against disabled people and promote equality of opportunity.

Equal Opportunities Commission - EOC provides legal advice and assistance to individuals who have been discriminated against in Industry.

European Agency for Safety & Health - This organisation brings together representatives from governments, employers and workers' organisations.

Health and Safety Executive - HSE is the executive arm of the Health and Safety Commission.

Home Office Home Office is the Government department responsible for internal affairs in England and Wales.

International Labour Association - Check out the ILO's Safework Programme (Violence)

I Resign - This site provides useful help and advice on employment separation.

National Task Force on Violence Against Social Care Staff - The materials which have been issued as part of the National Task Force's zero tolerance zone campaign.

Secured by Design - Secured by Design' is the UK Police flagship initiative supporting the principles of designing out crime.

The American Institute of Stress - Dedicated to advancing our understanding of: The Role of Stress in Health and Illness: The Nature and Importance of Mind-Body Relationships: Our Inherent and Immense Potential for Self-Healing.

The Stanford Prison Experiment - Still powerful after all these years.

Victim Support - Free, help, confidential advice, support and information for victims of crime.