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An Iatrogenic Death: Part 3

After the operation my father was returned to the ward at about 5.30pm. I rang my mother that evening to see if she had any news. 1,127 more words


‘NOWHERE FAST’ - In what circumstances might a bus driver be held liable to a passenger injured as a result of a fall on a bus?

 By Andrew Wilson

Most personal injury practitioners will have had experience of dealing with a claim made by a passenger, injured as a result of falling whilst on a bus. 793 more words


Managed Travel: Curriculum For High Risk Travelers

Each day an employee spends on the road increases their exposure to risk. They’re often in unfamiliar places, eating unfamiliar food, and operating on less sleep than they would get at home. 235 more words

Travel Management

Dangerous personalities making work unsafe - really?

Australian recruiting firm, Sacs Consulting, has released the findings of a survey entitled “Dangerous Personalities making work unsafe“.  Such surveys are predominantly marketing exercises and usually, as in this case, there is a limited amount of data available but the results are often broadly distributed and add to the discussion about workplace safety. 924 more words


Another trade associations confuses marketing and law: if you don’t understand the legal meaning of a word don’t use it like you do

ATTA article promotes goals for guides worldwide by calling them standards which in the US are the legally lowest possible acceptable level of acting.

The Adventure Travel Trade Association recently posted an article showing their research indicated that no standards existed for guides. 2,007 more words


Sign the petition for Ashya King's parents

Looks like Britain has done it again… People’s rights were violated by a medical doctor and a bunch of police officers, and that’s okay because in Britain, that is okay. 691 more words

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