Effective collaboration is crucial to
our success. We use networks and strategic partnerships, including
those with industry, academia, international research institutes
and co-regulators, to pool resources, share knowledge and, as a
result, be more effective in our ability to improve health and
safety outcomes for all.
Our collaborations include:
This national centre of excellence is
a collaboration between the University of Sheffield, the HSE
Science and Research Centre and the Sheffield Teaching
Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. The Centre hosts the largest
group of occupational health specialists in the UK delivering high
quality research, training and advice.
The International Association for Hydrogen Safety facilitates
networking for the further development and dissemination of
knowledge, and for the coordination of research activities in the
field of hydrogen safety.
LGC Standards is a division of LGC Group, the UK's designated
National Measurement Institute for chemical and bioanalytical
measurements. The Air Stacks and Emissions Scheme (AIR PT) is a
partnership between LGC's AXIO Proficiency Testing and HSE. The
scheme is operated by AXIO and supported by the technical testing
and monitoring expertise at HSE.
Discovering Safety is a programme of work funded by the Lloyds
Register Foundation and delivered by HSE in conjunction with a
range of partners that uses data and analytical techniques to
provide new insights and data-driven approaches to improving health
and safety performance globally, thereby helping to reduce injuries
and fatalities from workplace activity.
National Laboratory Alliance
The National Laboratory Alliance (NLA) is a group of 10 PSREs
whose purpose is to provide Business continuity and independent
science and technology advice to government, including to the
government's Science Advisory Group in Emergencies (SAGE).
The National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health
(NEBOSH) is a leading global organisation which provides health,
safety and environmental qualifications. NEBOSH qualifications are
highly respected by governments and employers.
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
(NIOSH) is part of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention, established as a research agency focused on the study
of worker safety and health, and empowering employers and workers
to create safe and healthy workplaces.
PEROSH is a network of 14 European
Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) institutes. They play a key
role in national affiliations to governments/authorities and health
and accident insurance systems. PEROSH members coordinate and
cooperate on European research and development efforts in
occupational safety and health.
The Thomas Ashton Institute (TAI) is a
unique strategic partnership between The University of Manchester
and HSE. It's the only cross-disciplinary institute in the
country that considers future impact from the individual to the
national scale and provides advice across sectors on risk
management and resilience for the future.
TSO is a global publisher providing content and technology
solutions to UK Government and Parliament, and is an official
publisher for HSE.