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2012 - What a Year

Judith Hackitt, Chair of the HSE, has published her end of year statement. She stated that "It's been a busy and a challenging year for everyone involved in health and safety. The challenges never stop so it's good to look back at some of the really great things which have been going on and which I hope we can build on in 2013 and beyond." For her full statement visit Judtith Hackitt's blog
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HSE Latest Figures for Ill Health and Injury

The HSE has now published the latest figures for ill-health and injury on their web site. The figures show a slight fall in key areas between April 2011 and March 2012. So is this good news? Judith Hackitt believes so and states that "Any reduction in the number of people being injured or made unwell by their jobs should be welcomed. Given the challenging economic conditions which many sectors have faced in recent years it is particularly encouraging to see continued reductions in levels of injury...
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Judith Hackitt To Take Part in Live Twitter Chat

The Health and Safety Executive's Chair, Judith Hackitt, will take part in a live Twitter-chat on Wednesday 11 July. The hour-long session will start at 3pm under the hashtag #askHSE. HSE is on Twitter as @H_S_E
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Judith Hackitt's Risk Assessment

At the Ai Solutions Health & Safety Conference in April it was suggested that Health & Safety awareness should start in schools so that young people have a 'good underpinning' to their knowledge. Health & Safety is always bottom of the list and, in some cases, it is not tabled as part of the standard cirriculum for some of the more 'technical' courses you would expect it to be part of (i.e. Built Enviornment). Many round the table at the conference stated that CDM and Health & Safety...
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Judith Hackitt introduces the Healthy Workplaces Campaign

For those that are interested there is a new video available from the HSE - Judith Hackitt introduces the Healthy Workplaces Campaign. [Unfortunately this video is no longer available on the internet] If you are having issues viewing the video, please try going to aisolutions.co.uk/blog/2012/04/judith-hackitt-video--> EU-OSHA's Healthy Workplaces Campaign 2012-2013 'Working together for risk prevention' focuses on the twin concepts of management leadership and worker...
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