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Red Tape Challenge

Friday, 15th Jul '11 at 08:18

Red Tape Challenge StickerThe Red Tape Challenge (RTC) is intended to examine a different area every few weeks and offers a forum for people to share their views on regulation, to tell the government what they feel is working, what can be simplified and what regulations they feel should go. Health and Safety regulation...

Cutting red tape for business: new guidance on basic health and safety

Wednesday, 18th May '11 at 09:55

Health and safety made simple - the basics for your businessHealth and Safety law applies to all businesses, whatever the size. A new online resource, Health and Safety Made Simple, provides employers with straightforward step-by-step guidance on what they need to do to achieve a basic level of compliance.
Aimed particularly at low risk small and...

Confirmed changes to RIDDOR Reporting and Closure of the HSE Infoline

Wednesday, 11th May '11 at 12:59

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) yesterday issued a statement confirming forthcoming changes in September to both RIDDOR incident reporting and also confirming that the HSE infoline would be closed.

Key changes to be aware of:

  • As of 12 September RIDDOR reporting will be moved to a...

'Over 7 Day' RIDDOR Reporting Proposals

Thursday, 21st Apr '11 at 13:40

The HSE are conducting a consultation over proposed changes to the Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 1995 (RIDDOR), focusing on amending regulation 3(2) of the regulations. If adopted, this amendment would change the period of incapacitation after which an...

Nominations Open for the 2011 Frank Smith Award

Thursday, 18th Nov '10 at 17:13

The Sheffield Occupational Health and Safety Association is proud to present the Frank Smith Award. This prestigious award acknowledges practical initiatives, good practices, engaging and innovation in health and safety that can be used for potential wider application across the ...

Lord Young Review - Common Sense Common Safety

Wednesday, 20th Oct '10 at 11:02

Lord Young of Graffham Review of Health and Safety - Common Sense Common SafetyLord Young of Graffham was commissioned by Prime Minister David Cameron to “investigate and report back to the Prime Minister on the rise of the compensation culture over the last decade coupled with the current low standing that health and safety legislation now enjoys and to suggest...

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