HSE will be represented at Safety and Health Expo 2013, the annual exhibition for the occupational safety and health industry. The HSE will be situated in Hall 1, stand G20, operational and policy staff, will be on hand to discuss health and safety concerns and key developments such as HSE’s new guidance for SMEs.
Asbestos management guidance, published by the Department for Education (DfE), providing information and advice for those who manage schools or oversee the maintenance and repair of school buildings. The guidance is aimed at head teachers, governors, and other members of the school management team, but will also be of interest to school staff.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has launched a consultation on the content of revised guidance to help businesses put in place appropriate arrangements for the provision of first aid.
This information sheet is for healthcare employers and employees. It will help you understand your legal obligations under the Health and Safety (Sharp Instruments in Healthcare) Regulations 2013 (the ‘Sharps Regulations’) which come into force on 11th May 2013.
When things go wrong, pressure systems can cause serious injuries and even fatalities. The health and safety toolbox gives advice on assessing the risks and putting proper precautions in place to minimise the chances of accidents occurring.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has published new guidelines on health surveillance, which may be needed if there is a risk that workers could be exposed to chemicals or other hazardous substances likely to harm their health.
Every year there are accidents involving transport in the workplace, some of which result in people being killed. The health and safety toolbox is easy to use and will tell you what you need to do to work safely.
Working at height remains one of the biggest causes of fatalities and major injuries – the health and safety toolbox shows how employers can take simple, practical measures to reduce the risk to workers.
Health and safety toolbox keeps gas safety straightforward for your business.
Health and safety toolbox gives easy, straightforward advice on the provision and use of personal protective equipment (PPE) at work.
Simple, practical guidance to help businesses select competent first aid training providers. A draft has been published to enable businesses to familiarise themselves with the changes (that will come into force on 1 October 2013 subject to parliamentary and Secretary of State approval) and to ensure they understand how to comply.
Loud noise at work can cause hearing damage that is permanent and disabling. Visit the health and safety toolbox and find out if you have a noise problem.
Grain dust is the dust produced during harvesting, drying, handling, storage or processing of cereal crops. These include barley, wheat, oats, maize and rye.
This guidance tells you about the possible health problems you could develop from exposure to grain dust and what precautions you should take to protect your health.
A radical revamp of the way small businesses access official advice about health and safety online has been launched.
HSE launches the latest in a package of guidance, bringing together everything a small, low-risk business could need to manage health and safety
Sets out the protocols and liaison arrangements between HSE and other regulators involved in investigating any work-related death.
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