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HSE - Annual Science Review 2018
HSE's Annual Science Review 2018 has a wide range of case studies describing the contribution the work of our scientists, engineers, physicians and analysts to improving health and safety. It contains 29 case studies from our science and engineering research work and highlights our Shared Research Programmes sponsored by industry and other stakeholders. The Review also highlights the importance of the interface between scientists and policymakers, and ensuring that evidence and the uncertainty around it is effectively communicated. Source: http://www.hse.gov.uk/research/content/science-review...
HSA - Programme of Work 2017
This programme of work, the second prepared under the Health and Safety Authority's Strategy 2016–2018, has been developed to contribute to our long-term vision of healthy, safe and productive lives. Source: http://www.hsa.ie/eng/Publications_and_Forms/Publications/Corporate/HSA_Programme_of_Work_2017.pdf
HSE’s Health and Work strategy
Work-related stress, musculoskeletal disorders and occupational lung disease are priorities in HSE's Health and Work strategy. Source: http://www.hse.gov.uk/aboutus/strategiesandplans/health-and-work-strategy/health-and-work-strategy.pdf
The effectiveness of HSE’s regulatory approach: The construction example
This project has examined the effectiveness HSE’s approach to regulation of the construction sector since 2001. HSE provided a catalyst for change – utilising its unique information on the industry and expertise in understanding reasonably practicable control to support risk creators in their control of these risks. HSE worked through the supply chain by engaging and acting in partnership with those able to bring about widespread change - such as company directors, or strategic bodies focused on particular interest groups r sectors. New broader intervention approaches were designed...
HSE Business Plan 2016/17
Great Britain has a health and safety record we can be proud of which means we are one of the safest countries in the world to work in. But there is still room for improvement. We want to continue to lead the way and establish a 21st-century, world-class occupational health and safety system. That is why we have talked to stakeholders across the system to develop real ownership of the ‘Helping Great Britain work well’ strategy, so everyone involved can play their part. HSE will continue to take its responsibility as the prime mover, working with co-regulators, colleagues across government...
HSA - Programme of Work 2016
This is the first programme of work prepared by the Health and Safety Authority under its strategy for 2016 to 2018, and is developed to contribute to our long-term vision of healthy, safe and productive lives. Source: http://www.hsa.ie/eng/Publications_and_Forms/Publications/Latest_Publications/Programme_of_Work_2016.64973.shortcut.html
HSA - Strategy Statement 2016-2018
This latest strategy from the Authority sets out clearly its mission, values and priorities for the next three years. This is the blueprint for achieving its vision for healthy, safe and productive lives. Source: http://www.hsa.ie/eng/Publications_and_Forms/Publications/Latest_Publications/Strategy_Statement_2016-2018.64978.shortcut.html
HSE - Annual Report and Accounts 2014/15
The HSE Annual Report and Accounts summarises our performance during 2014/15, together with other key developments in the organisation. Source: http://www.hse.gov.uk/aboutus/reports/ara-2014-15.htm
HSE Science Report 2015
In the 2014/15 financial year, the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) budget for commissioned research and technical support is ~£27m2. During this year, HSE has commissioned 123 new research and technical support projects, in addition to the 339 that were underway at the start of the year. It is expected that 243 projects will be completed within the year. Topics include: off-shore human factors assessments, enhanced methods for identification of Legionella, occupational asthma in cleaners, leadership and worker involvement in the ports industry and stainless steel stress corrosion cracking...
HSA - Programme of Work 2015
This is the third programme of work prepared by the Health and Safety Authority under its strategy for 2013 to 2015. The programme for 2015 has a significant level of continuity with previous years as we build on the groundwork and achievements of earlier programmes. < Source: http://www.hsa.ie/eng/Publications_and_Forms/Publications/Corporate/HSA_Programme_of_Work_2015.pdf
Health and Safety in HSE – Annual report 2013/14
The report summarises health and safety issues within HSE. It charts HSE's performance against the Health and Safety Corporate Plan. Areas covered include: management of stress, musculoskeletal disorders, display screen equipment, manual handling, slips, trips and falls, health and safety of the public where HSE has responsibility and accident, ill health and near miss reporting. It also encompasses health and safety training and ill health statistics. Source: http://www.hse.gov.uk/aboutus/reports/hsinhse1314.pdf
Pilot project to research the need to update HSE on the occupational health risks in the woodworking industry
This report presents the findings of a pilot project to research the need to update HSE's evidence base for wood dust exposure risks in GB manufacturing and construction industries. Information was sourced from businesses which had participated in previous exposure surveys, contact with manufacturing (woodworking) businesses and trade associations, a literature review of papers reporting wood dust exposure data, and occupational hygiene surveys for wood dust exposure at three construction sites. The report finds there to be: - uncertainty whether the control of occupational exposure to wood...
HSE’s Business Plan for 2010/11
The plan sets out the main actions which HSE will take to progress the strategy, The Health and Safety of Great Britain // Be part of the solution launched in June 2009. It also outlines the work we will do to support others in our shared mission to prevent death, injury and ill health to those at work or those affected by work activities. Source : http://news.hse.gov.uk/2010/04/01/hse%e2%80%99s-business-plan-for-201011/

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