Some of the most common Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) related health and safety questions.
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Some of the most common work equipment and machinery related health and safety questions.
Some of the most common falls from height related health and safety questions
Some of the most common first aid at work related health and safety questions
Some of the most common risk management related health and safety questions
HSE is frequently asked questions about the Construction (Design and Management Regulations). These pages give answers to the most common questions (referred to as ‘FAQ’s). The FAQs will be regularly updated to reflect what is being asked.
Some of the most common asbestos related health and safety questions
Some of the most common health and safety questions asked by workers in the catering and hospitality industries
Some of the most common health and safety questions asked by construction workers
The Welsh translation of the 2nd quarter Local Liaison Committee report for Trawsfynydd is now available online.
Answers to home owners’ most popular questions
HSE’s Infoline telephone service is now closed. Those seeking information and official guidance will now be directed to HSE’s website – a huge knowledge bank where they can access and download resources and use interactive web tools free of charge.
Alternating Current (AC) and Direct Current (DC) have slightly different effects on the human body, but both are dangerous above a certain voltage.
Businesses are being reminded about new incident reporting arrangements being introduced from Monday 12 September. Only fatal and major injuries and incidents will be able to be reported by phone to the HSE, with all other work-related injuries and incidents reportable under RIDDOR to be reported via one of a suite of seven online forms [...]
What are the the main health and safety issues relating to catering operations?
Businesses are being reminded about new incident reporting arrangements being introduced from today (Monday 12 September).
In this episode: We look at changes to how businesses can report incidents to HSE, the closure of Infoline and improvements being made to the HSE website.
This update highlights the impact of the announcement HSE made on May 10th 2011 regarding how enquiries on health and safety issues will be managed from 1st October 2011.
You are mostly at risk when: Working on an unfamiliar site, the building was built before the year 2000, asbestos-containing materials were not identified before the job was started, asbestos-containing materials were identified but this information was not passed on by the people in charge to the people doing the work…
If you have a complaint about health and safety in a specific workplace – find out more about what action to take, who to contact and what happens after the complaint is made.