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Publications and products

Books, tools and software to educate and protect employers and workers.

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Visit the official HSE Books website for more information on all of the publications available

Books.hse.gov.uk

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HSE Stress Indicator Tool (SIT)

Manage Work-related Stress with HSE's New Stress Indicator Tool

HSE's Stress Indicator Tool (SIT) measures the attitudes and perceptions of your employees towards work-related stress.

Complementing HSE's Management Standards for Stress approach, the tool features a survey of thirty-five questions that ask about six key areas of work that, if not managed properly, are known to be potential causes of workplace stress.

Further information on the SIT Tool

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Safety Climate Tool

The HSL Safety Climate Tool (SCT) measures the perceptions of your workforce on health and safety issues. Now delivered as a fully on-line system, benefit from new features including an improved questionnaire wizard and the ability to automatically generate written summary reports.

Further information on the Safety Climate Tool

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GRIP

GRIP is a footwear slip resistance rating scheme developed by HSL to actively reduce slips.

The HSL GRIP rating scheme uses rigorous, scientific testing to measure and grade the slip resistance of footwear.

Further information about the scheme
Find GRIP ratings
Submit your footwear for testing

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Quadvent 2 Annual Licence

Quadvent 2 is a suite of mathematical models that can be used for Hazardous Area Classification to help comply with the Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations (DSEAR). It provides realistic estimates of flammable gas cloud volume and zoning distance for a range of flammable gases and release conditions.

Further information on Quadvent 2

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Welding Fume Reference Material

HSL Welding Fume Reference Materials MSWF-1 and HSL SSWF-1 have been developed to assist analysts in assessing the performance of the digestion procedures they employ in their laboratories when undertaking welding fume analysis.

Please contact proficiency.testing@hsl.gsi.gov.uk for further information

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Respirable Crystalline Silica Reference Material

HSL's Respirable Crystalline Silica (Quartz) Reference Material has been developed with a particle size range in the respirable fraction to be appropriate for the direct on-air-sample analysis approach outlined in the HSE Method for the Determination of Hazardous Substances (MDHS) 101Crystalline silica in airborne respirable dusts.

Further information about our Silica Reference Material

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Sampling Kits and Analysis

Welcome to HSL's online ordering system for biological monitoring sample kits and analysis. On completion of your online order, the relevant sample kits, packaging and paperwork will be sent to you - simply collect the samples and return to HSL for analysis. Please note: the name and address used in this system will be used as the delivery address for kits and result reports. The requestor is responsible for obtaining informed consent from workers and for communicating the results, observing the personal data nature of those results.

Please note that the online ordering system is currently designed such that all samples ordered must be returned for analysis in a single batch. To order kits to be sent back in multiple batches, please email registration.sample@hsl.gsi.gov.uk.

We offer a comprehensive testing service outside of what is currently available online. Please see our full price list here.

Pre-application Advice

Land Use Planning Pre-application advice

Land Use Planning Pre-application advice is now available through the HSE's Planning Advice Web App. Please follow the link www.hsl.gov.uk/planningadvice to access this service.

Further information on HSE's involvement in Land Use Planning

 

 

 

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