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Leave no stone unturned with Silicosis Risk Control
December 3, 2018

Leave no stone unturned with Silicosis Risk Control

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Stone masonry is one of the oldest trades in history, but is now also one of the modern-day workplace sectors most under scrutiny, as experts warn that silicosis could become the new asbestos. Silicosis is a long-term work-related lung disease to which anyone working with silica – naturally occurring in materials such as stone, concrete,…

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HSE Fees for Intervention – The Disputes Process
November 19, 2018

HSE Fees for Intervention – The Disputes Process

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CURRENT CONTEXT – the HSE claims it has always had a “proportionate dispute process” since it introduced Fee for Intervention (FFI) in 2012, intended to lay the cost burden of HSE intervention on businesses that break health and safety laws, not on taxpayers. In September 2016, permission was granted for a judicial review of the…

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Engineering Inspection Insurance
January 11, 2018

Engineering Inspection Insurance

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Engineering inspection of plant and machinery is essential to ensure the safety of employees and the general public. It will also ensure your business meets the statutory requirements for workplaces in the UK. Evidence of compliance with health and safety law is very important if customers are to avoid interventions from the HSE. An engineering…

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Control of Major Accident Hazardous Regulations – How the HSE prioritise site vists
May 14, 2017

Control of Major Accident Hazardous Regulations – How the HSE prioritise site vists

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This infographic explains how the HSE site visits are prioritised. Below are steps to help you stay compliant with the Control of Major Accident Hazards Regulations 2015 (COMAH) and keep you abreast of the Health & Safety Executive (HSE)’s approach to enforcement. 1.The HSE collects information about your site Hazards Activity you undertake Your location.…

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