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  • Scottish Parliament: Scottish Employment Injuries Advisory Council Bill

    Created: 07/07/2023
    News/Events Category: Consultations

    The Scottish Parliament is seeking views on the Scottish Employment Injuries Advisory Council Bill, a Member’s Bill that seeks to establish a new body- the Scottish Employment Injuries Advisory Council (SEIAC)- to provide expertise about support for people who can no longer work because of workplace injury or disease. 

    You can share your views on questions such as: 

    The Bill would create a separate body for Scotland to advise on industrial injuries benefits. 

    • Do you agree with the creation of this body? 
    • Does the Bill require any further powers or functions to be effective? 

    The call for views closes on 11 September 2023.

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