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In the year 2005, sickness absence rates in the NHS ranged between 2.5-6.0% with
The agenda is now available for the meeting on Wednesday 17th January 2007.
Justin McCracken, HSE Deputy Chief Executive, has responded to recent media coverage of the Health and
This study investigated the under-reporting of accidents to HSE by matching
This report documents a preliminary study of gas dispersion in a room using Large-eddy
HSE’s Deputy Chief Executive, responds to articles about HSE’s accident and incident rate
One of the essential elements of drilling a well for the extraction of oil and gas is the
Part C of the pesticides bluebook gives details, month-by-month, of new products that
The Genetically Modified Organisms (Contained Use) Regulations 2000 requires the
The newsletter keeps you informed, with the emphasis on helping you to comply with the law and run a
UV-curable coatings are widely used in a growing number of industries such as paints,
The agenda and papers for the HSE board meeting, held on the 7th February 2007 in the
The overall aim of this report is to increase the knowledge of the mechanisms that control
This report summarises the findings of a questionnaire survey about the knowledge of the
The February 2007 addition of the newsletter from HSE’s Local Authority Unit is now
The Work at Height (WAH) Regulations were introduced in Great Britain on 6 April 2005.
Health and safety is not exactly a laughing matter but the NAPO DVD uses humour to get serious
The Health and Safety (First-Aid) Regulations 1981 require that in order to provide first aid to their
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is committed to helping business and other stakeholders adapt to
Summarises the data collected by the Asbestos Workers Survey during the period 1988-2004. The
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