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I will be discussing the impact a business can come under if the correct legislation standards are not followed by any business or company.

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´╗┐For this task I will be discussing the impact a business can come under if the correct legislation standards are not followed by any business or company. Advantages of COSHH 1. THE COSHH Regulations 2002 help protect people in the workplace against health risks from hazardous substances. There are many dangers when working in any environment because it involves so it is very important the workers work in a safe environment so they feel safe. 2. if the company follows the COSHH regulations it is for the companies benefit because this way there will be less chance of accidents and the company will save money in this department. Consequences of not following the COSHH regulation There are many disadvantages and consequences if a business does not follow the COSHH regulation for example: 1. ...read more.

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1. BSI are known for making sure companies produce the product to the best of there ability and meet all the legislations which are set. Disadvantages of not following BSI standards If a company does not follow the BSI standards they can end up producing a bad product which will lead to a failure in the company because the product won?t have a demand in the market and this will cost the company a lot because they did not follow the BSI standards. Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) Is the branch of electrical sciences which studies the unintentional generation, propagation and reception of electromagnetic energy with reference to the unwanted effects (Electromagnetic interference, or EMI) that such energy may induce. Advantages of following the EMC Regulation There are number of advantages for following the EMC. ...read more.

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1. For example if the company does not follow EMC standards and end up making a product which doesn?t meet the terms of EMC then the company can end up being sacked or sued. 1. There can be problems with the wiring or functions of the product for example if you make a computer and EMC standards are ignored you might end making a corrupt computer which might interfere with other systems. This will lead to a bad relationship with the costumers and a lost to the company. Conclusion It is vital a company or business follows all regulations are set because if you choose to ignore them the company can be sacked for not having up to standard health and safety working environment which is crucial. So you must follow the standards and regulations set in order to operate properly and safely. ...read more.

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