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Safety tool relaunched online following major upgrade
A tool to help companies measure their safety culture and develop simple, evidence-based improvements has been relaunched following a major upgrade. The Health and Safety Laboratory (HSL), an agency of the Health and Safety Executive,...
HSL Inspires Young Engineers
HSL has been helping to inspire a new generation of engineers through a project funded by the Royal Academy of Enginnering (RAE). 'Ingenious' is a public engagement grant scheme which the RAE established in order to make engineering...
HSL Helps to Set Olympic Record
As records are being broken on a daily basis at the London 2012 Games, there's an equally impressive record that was set before the first race was run or the first javelin thrown - and HSL played a part in setting it! The health and safety...
HSL Welcomes a New Non-Executive Director
HSL has a new non-executive Director. Martyn Thomas joins Sue Ion, Peter Watson and Richard Stephenson as the latest recruit to the Board. Martyn is an independent consultant software engineer with particular expertise in safety-related...
Minister Helps HSL Celebrate Centenary
Employment Minister Chris Grayling joined key figures from across the science and industrial community on Friday 1 July to help HSL celebrate its centenary year. The visitors were welcomed by HSL's Chief Executive Eddie Morland...
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