News from HSE

  • Science and policy in HSE Science and policy in HSEMary Trainor, Gareth Evans, Andrew Curran and David Fishwick from the Health and Safety Executive Laboratory in the UK discuss how scientists can collaborate better with policymakers to address the issues of concern and the importance of constant evaluation of new data, as well as ...
  • Research and new challenges in HSE Research and new challenges in HSEDavid Fishwick, Mary Trainor, and George Loizou from the Health and Safety Executive Laboratory in the UK discuss how scientists and policymakers are cooperating with workers in order to be aware of their changing health and safety challenges and make an impact by enabling safer ...
  • Science, policy & public opinion: How the wheels turn Science, policy & public opinion: How the wheels turn George Loizou, from the Health and Safety Executive Laboratory in the UK, discusses the relationship between science, industry and public policy. He explains how scientists should translate their findings for the general public in a clear and understandable manner, and the importance of building a ...
  • Ebola: Safe working practices Ebola: Safe working practicesDuring the last meeting of the PEROSH Scientific Steering Group in Buxton, a most interesting  presentation was given by Brian Crook, microbiologist at HSE, on his work in Sierra Leone in an Ebola diagnostic laboratory. The work led to crucial insights regarding the last line ...
  • HSE: Workplace Health Excellence Committee Annual Report Published HSE: Workplace Health Excellence Committee Annual Report PublishedHSE’s Workplace Health Excellence Committee (WHEC) is an expert scientific committee that provides independent scientific advice to HSE’s Chief Scientific Adviser, Professor Andrew Curran. Professor Curran represents HSE on the PEROSH Steering Committee. WHEC advices on: new and emerging workplace health issues; new and emerging evidence ...
  • HSE: scientists develop sensitive method to measure worker diacetyl exposures HSE: scientists develop sensitive method to measure worker diacetyl exposuresHSE’s Workplace Health Expert Committee (WHEC) is a scientific and medical expert committee whose purpose is to consider the evidence linking workplace hazards to ill health. Working under the leadership of an independent expert Chair, it considers chemical and physical hazards, and human, behavioral or ...
  • HSE publishes Annual Science Review 2018 HSE publishes Annual Science Review 2018Making a positive impact on the working world: see case studies from HSE’s scientists. HSE’s Annual Science Review 2018 has a wide range of case studies describing the contribution the work of our scientists, engineers, physicians and analysts to improving health and safety. It contains 29 ...
  • Emerging ICT topics and OSH Emerging ICT topics and OSHEmerging Information and Communications Technology topics their potential impact on occupational health and safety are covered in a collection of thought-provoking articles about the future world of work in HSE’s Foresight Report 2016 (published April 2017). http://www.hse.gov.uk/horizons/assets/documents/foresight-report-2016.pdf

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