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HSE launch their Business Plan for 2019/20

16th July 2019
  The Health & Safety Executive (HSE) have announced their Business Plan for 2019/20, which highlights specific priorities for the coming year. Their aim is to prevent work-related death, injury and ill health, and the Plan outlines key areas of work for the coming year. It reinforces their commitment to: ·       lead and engage with others...
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Updated advice on mental health in the workplace

24th October 2018
One in four people in the UK will have a mental health problem at some point. This can be a reaction to a difficult life event, such as bereavement, but can also be caused by work-related issues. HSE has published updated guidance on mental health in the workplace. It explains how line managers can support employees and provides sources of further help and advice. 
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Protecting new workers

24th October 2018
Workers are as likely to have an accident in the first six months at a workplace as they are during the whole of the rest of their working life.People are at particular risk of injury when they are new to job as they may be unaware of existing or potential risks. People are at particular risk of injury when they are new to job as they may be unaware of existing or potential risks. Health & Safety...
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ISO 45001 transition

24th October 2018
Peak HSE offer a range of services to help businesses enhance and transition their existing management standards e.g., OHSAS 18001 or those that that are new to occupational health and safety management systems and are now looking to develop systems to provide a robust framework to manage legal compliance and continually improve their health and safety performance. Peak HSE can provide a wealth of...
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Reputational Risk now a key issue for Chief Executives

7th September 2017
In a recent survey by KPMG, Private sector Chief Executives are more worried than ever about the risk of reputational damage to their organisations.  Its latest Global Outlook report finds that reputational risk, such as that presented by safety and health, environmental and data security failings, moved into third place in the concern ranking, behind operational risks and emerging...
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Metalworking fluids assessment

7th September 2017
Exposure to metalworking fluids can cause irritation of the skin or dermatitis, occupational asthma, bronchitis, irritation of the upper respiratory tract, breathing difficulties or, rarely, a more serious lung disease called extrinsic allergic alveolitis (EAA), which can cause increasingly severe breathing difficulties in recurrent episodes, following repeated exposure. Key control and risk reduction...
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