Last year 65 work related incidents occurred across the region each week – an annual total of 3412 people being killed
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Employers across the East Midlands are being asked to ensure their workers are kept safe in 2010 as Britain’s safety
The 2008/09 statistics show 20 people were killed at work across London while 2,848 sustained major injuries and
Employers across North Yorkshire need to work harder at keeping their workers safe in 2010, as Britain’s safety
In 2009 almost 222 work related incidents occurred across Scotland each week, an annual total of 11,533 people
Last year 213 work related incidents occurred across South West each week, an annual a total of 11,052 people being killed or injured. Read the South West England new year press release
According to HSE, last year more than 300 work-related incidents occurred across the North West each week – an
Twelve people were killed at work across the region while 2,449 sustained major injuries and a further 9,588 suffered
Employers across the West Midlands are being asked to ensure their workers are kept safe in 2010 as Britain’s safety
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Last year almost 140 work related incidents occurred across Wales each week. HSE hope this figure will act a stark
HSE’s fourth Simplification Plan provides a progress report on HSE’s work, in partnership with local authorities, to reduce unnecessary administrative burdens from health and safety legislation.
Five ways to stay up to date. Now called Partnership News HSE has changed the way it publishes the LAU Newsletter, making it as fresh and up to date as possible.
An asbestos removal contractor has been banned from working with the deadly mineral after HSE revoked its licence.
The HSE/LA Partnership Annual Report 2008/09 is now available. The reports outline the activities undertaken to develop and further embed partnership working
HSE/LA Partnership News, now there are five ways to stay up to date with news and updates form HSE’s Local Authorities Team and it’s all free of charge.
As part of the evaluation of the work-related violence website and toolkit we would like to know more about visitors to
November 5: Bonfire Night. Firework displays should be enjoyable and spectacular occasions – but they obviously
Britain became a healthier and safer place to work last year, according to figures released today by HSE.
The latest statistics on work-related health and safety – work-related ill-health, injuries, dangerous occurrences,