§ Mr. Lawson
asked the Secretary of State for Employment and Productivity if she will make a further statement about the inquiry into the safety and health of employed persons.
§ Mrs. Castle:
I am glad to inform the House that Lord Robens has agreed to serve as chairman of the inquiry and that the members will be:
- Mr. G. H. Beeby.
- Miss Mervyn Pike, M.P.
- Mr. S. A. Robinson.
- Miss Anne Shaw.
- Sir Brian Windeyer, F.R.C.P., F.R.C.S.
- Professor J. C. Wood, LL.M.
The terms of reference will be as follows:596WTo review the provision made for the safety and health of persons in the course of their employment (other than transport workers while directly engaged on transport operations and who are covered by other
§ Mr. Harold Walker:
Following is the information:provisions) and to consider whether any changes are needed in
- (1) the scope or nature of the major relevant enactment; or
- (2) the nature and extent of voluntary action concerned with these matters, andTo consider whether any further steps are required to safeguard members of the public from hazards, other than general environmental pollution, arising in connection with activities in industrial and commercial premises and construction sites; andTo make recommendations.