HSE SCIENCE AND RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS
HSE's Science and Evidence Strategy 2016-2020
HSE's science and evidence
strategy is predicated on the use and development of practical,
solution-oriented science. In our strategy we set out our 'science
and evidence cycle': anticipating challenges to health and safety;
providing robust evidence for effective risk control; underpinning
regulatory policy and operational decisions; protecting workers and
safeguarding the public by developing interventions; and catalysing
engagement within the health and safety system and improving
HSE Science and Research Publications:
HSE Science and Research is published in reports, scientific
journals and conference proceedings, and trade and professional
magazines etc. This science and research is primarily carried out
by our specialists at our Buxton laboratory, Bootle headquarters,
and our Chemicals Regulations Division, (CRD) in York. Additionally
we publish reports on science and research that we have
commissioned from other organisations. HSE scientists
also produce the Methods for the Determination
of Hazardous Substances. The Diffusive
Monitor was published until 2008 by the HSE Committee on
HSE Bootle Head Office.
HSE Buxton Laboratory.
HSE York CRD.
Open Access to HSE Science and Research
All HSE Research Reports are open access.
From 1st January 2014, open access applies to the vast majority of
peer-reviewed journal papers describing HSE-led and funded
research. Copies of published papers and articles that are not
open access can be obtained through your public, academic or
company library service. If you do not have access to such services
please contact the British Library Document Supply Centre, use
British Library online at www.bl.uk.
Bibliography of Science and Research Publications
A bibliography of all HSE science and research publications from
2016 onwards is given at the links opposite. This includes
publications on science and research done by HSE specialists on a
commercial basis for other Government departments, industry and
other organisations. To access specific reports that are not listed
please contact the HSE Advice Team.
A bibliography of all science and research publications for
HSE's former agency, the Health and Safety Laboratory (HSL) is
given at the links opposite for the years
2002-2014. Please note that any HSL reports published in
the HSE Research Reports series from 2002 onwards are available as
free downloads at http://www.hse.gov.uk/research/rrhtm/index.htm.
To obtain other HSL reports please contact email@example.com
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