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Last edited 30 Oct 2020
The term ‘workplace’ refers to a place made available to an employee for the purposes of carrying out work. This includes a wide variety of places, such as offices, factories, farms, shops, and so on, indeed, in the age of digital technology, a workplace can be realistically anywhere with an internet and phone connection.
(b) any room, lobby, corridor, staircase, road or other place used as a means of access to or egress from that place of work or where facilities are provided for use in connection with the place of work other than a public road.’
See also: Place of work.
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- British Council for Offices.
- Flat definition.
- Live/work unit.
- Office definition.
- Office space planning.
- Place of work.
- Residential definition.
- Shop definition.
- Site office.
- Use class.
- Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992.
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