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Monthly archives: September 2009

Partnership Liaison Officer (PLO) Job Advertisement

September 17, 2009

Are you interested in helping to shape partnership working between Local Authorities (LAs) and Health and Safety Executive (HSE), testing and developing your skills working with colleagues across many local authorities and national bodies and experiencing working within a nationally focused organisation? If so, read on.

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Health Risks at Work – Do You Know Yours?

September 17, 2009

Launch of a new occupational health initiative for Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs) in Scotland. SMEs cover a wide variety of sectors and sizes, from micro businesses to those with substantial workforces and a number of sites. A free toolkit on common health risks and how to manage them was launched on 4 Sept […]

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Guidance for Regulators Information Point (GRIP)

September 17, 2009

GRIP is now available to all staff from the Regulators’ Development Needs Analysis (RDNA) home page, and through the Extranet. It can also be accessed directly by entering http://www.hse.gov.uk/grip/ in your web address bar. Why not try it out and save it as a favourite? The GRIP has been designed as a one-stop shop for […]

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Online publications now freely available to download

September 17, 2009

From 1 September, a million pounds worth of publications’ content is freely available to visitors of the HSE website. In a major initiative, HSE is allowing free downloads of some 230 publications containing health and safety guidance for a multitude of industries, in addition to detailed information on regulations and codes or practice. Click here […]

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Ladder Exchange – free updates

September 9, 2009

Launched on 1 September the campaign intends to remove even more dodgy ladders. Keep up to date and subscribe to the eBulletin. Sign up for free email updates

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Tyre Handling Workshop – Last Chance to Attend

September 9, 2009

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) and the National Tyre Distribution Association host the last Tyre Handling Workshop in Manchester on 23 September 09. The workshop will provide information on everything you need to know about health and safety in the sector and will be held at the Hilton Hotel, Deansgate, Manchester on 23 September 2009 […]

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Regional/National Partnership events – Autumn 2009

September 7, 2009

This year, a series of regional Partnership events and a national event for Wales have been planned. These events are being sponsored by HSE’s Local Authority Unit (LAU) and LACORS (Local Authorities Coordinators of Regulatory Services).  Full details of the events are available from the Partnership website

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Online Questionnaire – HSE Propose Changes to Biocidal Product Regulations 2001

September 3, 2009

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is aiming to make some simple changes to the Biocidal Product Regulations 2001. HSE is asking current duty holders to view the draft proposal of changes and give their opinions via an online questionnaire. The draft proposals contain three main amendments from the current regulations which are: Keeping biocides […]

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Use of HSE logo as an e-link to the HSE website

September 2, 2009

HSE is currently reviewing how its logo is used. We are keen for people and organisations to make links to our website, but wish to see this done through a consistently badged link. HSE Books are currently writing to a wide range of website owners that we know are currently using the basic HSE logo, asking […]

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HSE to launch Risk Assessment and Policy Template, 1 September 2009

September 2, 2009

HSE working with Local Authorities, Field Operations Directorate and other key stakeholders, including the Small Business Trade Association Forum, has developed a Risk Assessment and Policy Template for duty holders in lower risk, small to medium enterprises (SMEs). This template combines the requirements of a risk assessment, health and safety policy and written record of […]

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