Useful Contact Details

Information for organisations, companies and the general public in the South Yorkshire region

You may find the following contact details useful relating to occupational health and safety in Sheffield and South Yorkshire:

Sheffield Occupational Health and Safety Association (SOHSA)

Postal address for correspondence and membership:

SOHSA
PO Box 667
Chesterfield
Derbyshire
S40 9GZ

Tel: 0797 141 5913
Fax: 0114 290 1851
Web: www.sohsa.org.uk

Please note you can also use the online form to contact us.

Health and Safety Executive (HSE)

HSE is the authoritative body in Great Britain for issues relating to health and safety in the workplace.

HSE Sheffield Office address:

Foundry House
3 Millsands
Riverside Exchange
Sheffield
S3 8NH

Tel: 0845 345 0055
Fax: 0114 291 2379
Web: www.hse.gov.uk

HSE Books

HSE Books is the source of priced and non-priced printed and multimedia products published by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE).

HSE Books
PO Box 1999
Sudbury
Suffolk CO10 2WA

Tel: 01787 881165 (Minicom: 01787 310889)
Fax: 01787 313995
Web: http://books.hse.gov.uk

South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service

197 Eyre Street
Sheffield
S1 3FG

Tel: 0114 2727202
Fax: 0114 2532266
Web: www.syfire.gov.uk

Sheffield Environmental Health Department

For advice, complaints and other information relating to environmental health and health protection in Sheffield and the surrounding area.

Health Protection Service
2-10 Carbrook Hall Road
Carbrook
Sheffield
S9 2DB

Tel: 0114 273 5774 / 273 4415
Email: healthprotection@sheffield.gov.uk

Further information can also be found on the Sheffield City Council Environmental Health Website:
http://www.sheffield.gov.uk/environment/environmental-health
 

Accident Reporting - Reporting of Incidents, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 1995 ("RIDDOR")

The Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 1995 (RIDDOR), place a legal duty on:

  • employers;
  • self-employed people;
  • people in control of premises;

to report work-related deaths, major injuries or over-three-day injuries, work related diseases, and dangerous occurrences (near miss accidents). These occurences must be reported to the Incident Contact Centre (ICC) by any of the following reporting methods:

For further information and guidance relating to the Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 1995 (RIDDOR) please see the Health and Safety Executive website:

http://www.hse.gov.uk/RIDDOR/



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