These are commonly used abbreviations on the website:
AMRA – Access to Medical Reports Act 1988
CA – Court of Appeal
COSHH – Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002, SI 2002/2677
DDA – Disability Discrimination Act 1995, now replaced by Equality Act 2010 in Great Britain
DPA – Data Protection Act 1998
EAT – Employment Appeal Tribunal
ECHR – European Convention on Human Rights. See European Convention on Human Rights.
ECtHR – European Court of Human Rights, in Strasbourg. See European Convention on Human Rights.
ECJ, or EU Court of Justice – Court of Justice of the European Union, in Luxembourg. See European Union.
EHRC – Equality and Human Rights Commission
EqA – Equality Act 2010
EqA Equal Pay code – the Equality Act ‘Equal Pay: Statutory Code of Practice’, linked at EqA guidance
EqA Employment code, or EqA Employment Code of Practice – the ‘Equality Act 2010 Statutory Code of Practice: Employment’, linked at EqA guidance
EqA Explanatory notes, Equality Act 2010 Explanatory Notes, linked at EqA guidance
ERA 1996 – Employment Rights Act 1996
ERA 1999 – Employment Relations Act 1999
Great Britain – England, Wales, and Scotland. See UK jurisdictions.
HL – House of Lords
HSW Act – Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974
Management Regulations – The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999, SI 1999/3242
ODI guidance on meaning of disability, or ODI guidance – the ‘Equality Act 2010: Guidance on matters to be taken into account in determining questions relating to the definition of disability’, by the Office for Disability Issues. It is linked at EqA guidance.
PH Act – Protection from Harassment Act 1997
SC – Supreme Court
Sch – Schedule
United Kingdom – England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland See UK jurisdictions.