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New European Regulations on F-Gas and Ozone Depleting Substances

20th May 2024
On 3rd and 11th March 2024 two new European Regulations on fluorinated greenhouse gases (F-gas) and ozone depleting substances (ODS) came into force and revoked and replaced existing regulations. Regulation (EU) 2024/573, on fluorinated greenhouse gases, and Regulation (EU) 2024/590 on substances that deplete the ozone layer now apply in the EU but have relevance to businesses in the UK and Northern...
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5 Key Points to Managing your Contractors

22nd April 2024
No matter the size of a business, big or small, it is inevitable at some point that you will need to engage contractors to undertake work that your organisation cannot complete internally due to either having the competencies but not the capacity or simply not having the internal competencies required. Despite engaging someone to undertake the work that does not absolve you from your health and safety...
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Changes to ESOS Reporting

13th February 2024
Peak HSE’s Senior Environmental Consultant, Petra Stapp, works with clients on assessing environmental legal compliance with all aspects of the business.  Energy reporting is now a priority for many businesses and so we are drawing your attention to the following update on ESOS and what you should now be doing. The Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) Regulations requires all large...
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HSE publishes fire safety guidance for building planning stage

14th September 2023
Advice on the fire safety matters that should be considered by local planning authorities, applicants and other technical specialists involved in high rise residential and educational accommodation buildings at the planning stage, has been published by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE). Planning Gateway One established the HSE as a statutory consultee for developments that include...
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2.5m adults in the UK are economically inactive due to long-term ill health

14th September 2023
More than 2.5 million in the UK are economically inactive due to one or more long-term health conditions, ONS data has revealed. Over half of this number (1.3 million) suffer from 'depression, bad nerves or anxiety’ but musculoskeletal issues also factor high on the list, with many people reporting interlinked health issues. The data report, which covers Quarter one of this year, or January...
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Health & Safety Executive releases annual health and safety statistics 2021/22

20th December 2022
The annual report by HSE found that 1.8 million working people are suffering from work-related ill health and that 123 workers were killed at work in this time period. Key figures for Great Britain (2021/22): 1.8 million working people suffering from a work-related illness, of which 914,000 workers suffering work-related stress, depression or anxiety 477,000 workers suffering...
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