and its increasing potential to improve the way we work is a key
priority area for the UK Government.
The National Data Strategy (NDS) sets out the UK vision for
better data management. It puts the UK at the forefront of the
artificial intelligence and data revolution to create thousands of
good quality jobs and drive economic growth. The strategy supports
the Levelling Up Agenda and Build Back Better, with the use of data
and technology underpinning key objectives such as Net Zero.
Unlocking intelligence from data is not only advantageous for
government - it's also tremendously valuable for other public
sector organisations and industry alike. Although it sounds complex
- data is just another word for information. And it's something we
all collect, but don't necessarily use to full advantage.
Quite simply, the ability to extract intelligence from
data, has the potential to predict risk and save
We know this, because for over 40 years as Great Britain's
health and safety regulator we've used robust analysis techniques
to extract intelligence from the data we collect. We use it to
inform and prioritise our regulatory activity, underpin our
guidance and policy and support our scientific research
And now our data scientists can do this for you. By applying
increasingly innovative techniques, HSE can help you to gain fresh
and beneficial insights from the health and safety data you already
own, unlocking intelligence that will help you to take an
evidence-based approach to managing and improving health and safety
risk within your organisation. Read more about what we do in the
links below or contact us:
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A programme that aims to use data and analytical techniques to
provide new insights and approaches to help to reduce injuries and
fatalities from workplace activity.
A unique Geographical Information System (GIS) dataset that
enables the estimation of residents, workers and other population
types in any location in Great Britain - down to individual
HSE has collected a vast archive of incident, accident,
investigation and concerns data over the past 50 years.