Several law firms are taking steps to ensure compliance with health and safety obligations for its remote workforce, as firms continue to reassess their practices and policies in light of increased working from home during the coronavirus pandemic.

Health and safety officers would ordinarily check on staff to ensure desks, chairs and workstations are set up appropriately in law firm offices, but employers are now having to ensure they fulfil these assessments beyond the office.

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