The dates for the later part of 2009 have been added to the National Statistics
Monthly archives: November 2008
Searching for answers – frequently asked questions. Recently relaunched site with improved facilities
Sound advice for musicians and technicians working in studios who are often exposed to high levels of noise at work.
The guidance in this report, on Major Incident Investigation Board (MIIB) recommendations 1 and 3-6,
Public consultation – Removing forms and record keeping requirements.
Information on claiming a REACH registration number, transfer of information from NCD to IUCLID 5,
Notes for Judith Hackitt CBE, HSE Chair, Speaking at the Glass Industry Health and Safety Conference
There is a new chemicals portal page to help users navigate quickly to their area of interest. The page
INDG424 ‘Working together to reduce stress at work - a guide for employees’,
The agenda and papers for the Construction Industry Advisory Committee (CONIAC) meeting on 27
The annual report of health and safety in HSE for 2007/08 has been published.
HSE is warning shopfitters to have correctly assembled mobile tower scaffolds after a worker fell three metres from unprotected scaffolding at a new shopping centre,
Kevin Myers, HSE’s Deputy Chief Executive, responds to an article in the Guardian.
David Snowball, HSE Yorkshire and the North East Regional Director responds to an article in The
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HSE’s terms and conditions of contract for the provision of services has been updated.
The Health and Safety Executive today warned operators of aerial cableways they must ensure they
This guidance (ON76) is for duty holders operating installations served by helicopters requiring icing
The welsh version of November 2008 myth poster ‘Children need to be wrapped in cotton wool to keep them safe’
HSE has launched a new bi-lingual website aimed at keeping people working in Wales up to date with