Products and services to help you solve your health and safety challenges
For immediate release
3 June 2019
Introducing 'Solutions from HSE'
The way that HSE supports organisations is
We have extended teh HSE brand to encompass teh
products and services that were previously...
HSE is a scientific and evidence based organisation that employs
more than 850 science and engineering experts.
Our Annual Science Review provides case studies of the
scientific and engineering work we have delivered and illustrates
HSL is delighted to announce a customer day for users of HSL's
analytical and health risks services. This is your
opportunity to find out more about the services we offer, learn of
the latest developments and get a chance to discuss your...
Make sure that March 21st is underlined in your crisp, new 2018
diary because you don't want to miss HSE's Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders
Summit at the QE11 Centre in London.
Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSD's) are the most commonly...
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) and the University
of Manchester (UoM) have committed to launching an Institute for
Risk and Regulatory Research.
The new Thomas Ashton Institute will capitalise on the existing
You might not realise it, but your organisation's data is one of
its most valuable assets.
We can help you to unlock the full potential of the data you
already own, to reveal new insights and beneficial business
COMAH Onshore Major Hazards: New knowledge on flammable
5 July 2017, Buxton
Knowing and controlling your risks is an essential part of the
Control of Major Accident Hazards Regulations. Our HSL experts
HSL has worked in collaboration with ORR to refresh the
Risk Management Maturity Model (RM3), which was first published by
ORR in 2011. RM3 defines what excellent risk management looks like
and allows organisations to assure...
Participants and those who are interested in HSE's ongoing
Prospective Investigation of Pesticide Applicators' Health (PIPAH)
Study can now get the latest news and information from the 2017
To read or download...
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