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HSE's Annual Science Review 2022

Watch HSE's seminar on the 2022 Annual Science Review. A human cough simulator to test face shield protection, reducing the risk of COVID-19 to delivery drivers, gas explosion tests in a life size replica house, some of the studies HSE scientists have completed in the last 12 months, hear our scientists talk about their work in this seminar based on HSE's Annual Science Review. HSE's 2022 Annual Science Review uses real life work cases, and focuses on the science and evidence being used to protect people and places, helping everyone lead safer and healthier lives.

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HSE's Annual Science Review 2021

HSE has published this year's review, 'COVID-19: Collaboration in a time of crisis'.

Watch HSE's seminar on the 2021 Annual Science Review 'COVID-19: hear some of our scientists and engineers introduce the work they do to support HSE, wider government and industry in keeping people and work environments healthy and safe. This includes: work by our PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) Technical Team in support of the COVID-19 pandemic response; work enabling the safe introduction of 'Net Zero' energy technologies which supports the UK target to achieve net zero emissions;  and the evidence supporting an award winning HSE campaign that reduced the risk of Legionnaires' disease outbreaks.

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Science, policy & public opinion: How the wheels turn - Science and policy in HSE

Science, policy and public opinion: How the wheels turn': science and policy in HSE is the topic of three videos in this series, which is produced and released by the European Plasticisers Association. HSE Chief Scientific Adviser, Professor Andrew Curran, and colleagues at HSE's Science and Evidence Centre, share their perspectives on working at the science and policy interface. The videos are raising awareness internationally of HSE's approach to using robust scientific evidence to inform policy and have, collectively, been viewed over 25,000 times.

Ep. 2 - Science, policy & public opinion: How the wheels turn - George Loizou. (2019)

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Ep.3 - Science, policy & public opinion: How the wheels turn - Science and policy in HSE. (2019)

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Ep. 4 - Science, policy & public opinion: How the wheels turn - Research and new challenges in HSE. (2019)

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We have your poison data: HSE's Head of Computational Toxicology, George Loizou (2019)

This video is part of the Royal Society of Chemistry's 'Faces of Toxicology' series and features the UK Health and Safety Executive's head of computational toxicology, George Loizou. In the film George talks about his career and the work of HSE in pushing the boundaries of what can be achieved with computational toxicology.

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Interview with Brian Crook, microbiologist at HSE, in Buxton (UK), 2019

In this video Brian Crook describes his impressive experiences working on the protection of health workers in Sierra Leone during the Ebola crisis.

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Vomiting Larry - A demonstration and explanation from his creator

This video gives a demonstration of Vomiting Larry. Vomiting Larry is a simulated, humanoid vomiting system whose purpose is to help with research into Norovirus and other infections involving projectile vomiting.

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Acetylene Van Explosion Research

Research was carried out into how ventilation in the rear of enclosed vans affects the build-up of acetylene gas. This provides essential information to those assessing the risk of carrying acetylene in vehicles.

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