Leaders Urged to Shape Britain’s Health and Safety Strategy
Leading industry figures and key influencers are being urged to have a say in how the future strategy for Great Britain’s health and safety system will be shaped.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has published six themes that the five-year health and safety strategy will cover, as it begins engaging the people and organisations it thinks can help the nations and regions of Great Britain work well.
HSE chair Judith Hackitt, who was made a dame in the 2016 New Year honours list, said: “We can be proud of the country’s record on work-related safety and health – it’s one of the best in the world. Making it even better is the challenge, so that we can all continue to help Great Britain work well. Getting risk management right is an enabler for productivity, innovation and growth, and is integral to business success as well as the wellbeing of workers7th January 2016 10:24 am
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