Covid: Shed and garage offices pose insurance risk
08/04/2021 | news | business | 337
Plans to convert sheds, garages and extensions in order to work from home can leave some uninsured.
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Ian
08/04/2021 11:04:10 3 0
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The health and safety 'at work' legislation requires the employer to risk assess workplaces and ensure that employees are able to work in a safe environment with the correct (electrically PAT tested) equipment. How many 'wfh'ers have had their employer round to inspect their workplaces or even had to complete a risk assessment? Working on the kitchen table using a laptop is probably not allowed!
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Are chav parents going to keep their children under control in the garden so that neighbours can quietly have that teams conference call from the shed without being interrupted by screams? Removed
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08/04/2021 11:47:14 1 1
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Snob
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08/04/2021 11:47:44 0 1
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AND yappy spoilt dogs !
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08/04/2021 12:05:00 0 4
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they are possibly not as a greater risk than potentially Teresa MAY or VDL controlling anything at all, both have shown to be a constructive disaster once in power.
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08/04/2021 11:26:41 1 0
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Nope. I proudly voted Remain.

And I vote Labour.

So why are you attacking me ?

Why are you getting personal ?

Why are you so angry ?
Sorry but I suggest you are being minimal in the correct information field. Removed
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08/04/2021 14:59:52 0 0
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What does that even mean ?
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I am just about to head to my shed.

Not to work but to get away from Alex’s voice on the Oneshow.

It’s like a cat has been tossed onto a bonfire.
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VSA
08/04/2021 18:19:54 2 1
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Insurance is for mugs
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