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Current Environment?. Helena Tinton HM Principal Inspector- Bristol. Current environment. Political Environment - Cost Recovery - Triennial Review Latest Statistics Recent Prosecutions. Political Background. HSE – NDPB of DWP Reduction in Government Funding

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Current environment

Current Environment?

Helena Tinton

HM Principal Inspector- Bristol


Current environment1

Current environment

  • Political Environment

    - Cost Recovery

    - Triennial Review

  • Latest Statistics

  • Recent Prosecutions


Political background

Political Background

  • HSE – NDPB of DWP

  • Reduction in Government Funding

    Inspector No Funding £m

    2009/10 1342 240

    2012/13 1241 161

  • New Senior Management


Cost recovery

Cost Recovery

  • Only dutyholders found to be in material breach of H&S law will incur a cost under FFI.

    ‘A material breach is when, in the opinion of the HSE inspector, there is or has been a contravention of H&S law that requires them to issue notice in writing of that opinion to the dutyholder.’


Cost recovery1

Cost Recovery

Key Issues

  • Multi dutyholders

  • Long running investigations

  • Review later 2014

  • Level of income

  • Understandable frustration

  • Query/appeals process


Triennial review

Triennial Review

‘Independent review of the function, form and governance of HSE’

Are the functions of HSE necessary?

Is current delivery model efficient and effective?


Triennial review delivery model

Triennial Review – Delivery Model

  • Funding & Income

  • Pace, efficiency, effectiveness

  • Commercial options

  • Relationship with other regulators


Hse triennial review ill health

HSE - Triennial Review – ill Health

  • Recognises challenge of tackling ill health

  • Recognises revised approaches

  • New /innovative approach

  • Focus on occupational cancer and respiratory disease

  • Improved communication – health and safety messages


Triennial review1

Triennial Review

  • HSE correct body

  • Evaluation of FFI?

  • Greater commercialisation of HSE ?

  • Government Response


Headline statistics 2012 13

Headline Statistics – 2012/13

  • Fatalities - 148

    -Fall from height – 25%

    -Contact with Machinery -14%

    -Struck by vehicle - 13%

    -Struck by object - 10%

  • Major Injuries – 19,707


Headline statistics construction

Headline Statistics-Construction

  • 2012/13 – fatals - 44

  • 2012/13 – Major Injuries 1913

  • > 72% on small sites (<15)?

  • 48% on refurb

  • Safety related lost days – 0.5m

  • Health Related lost days – 1.7m


Statistics

Statistics

Trends in fatal injury to workers, 1981-2012/13


Statistics causes

Statistics - Causes

Fatality

%

Falls 59

Struck by object 3

Collapse/overturn 5

Hit by vehicle 10

Electricity 5


Cd work plan priorities 2013 14

CD Work Plan Priorities 2013/14

  • Asbestos - 20%

  • Small Sites (<15) - 35%

  • Refurbishment- 25%

  • Major Client / Project- 5%

  • Local Priority- 15%

    - Fragile Roofs

    - Larger Regional contractors


Small sites

Small Sites

  • Priority Topics

    - Work at Height

    - Good Order

    - Competence

    - Dust

    - Asbestos

    - Welfare


Falls from height

Falls from height


Falls from height1

Falls from height


Falls from height2

Falls from height


Falls from height3

Falls from height


Electricity

Electricity


Asbestos

Asbestos


Asbestos1

Asbestos


Loose blue asbestos

Loose Blue Asbestos


Public risk

Public Risk


Public risk1

Public Risk


Contact with machinery

Contact with Machinery


Topcutter

Topcutter


Investigation

Investigation

  • Seat switch deliberately defeated

  • Training inadequate

  • System of work flawed – single operator

  • No monitoring of practice


Lessons

Lessons

  • RA more than paper exercise

  • Worker involvement in RA

  • Look at all company activities

  • Suitable and sufficient training

  • Monitoring & Review


Local issues

Local Issues


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Local issues

Floor Hangers

- Follow manufacturers instruction

- Min 3 courses of cured blockwork

above hanger before loading

Site Transport

  • Safe Site – segregation, eliminate reversing

  • Safe Vehicle – Suitable Visibility

  • Safe Driver – competence/ training


Cdm 2007 proposed revision

CDM 2007 Proposed Revision

Why

  • Evaluation

  • Anecdotal shortcomings

  • Small sites – lack of bite

  • Better regulation agenda, Löfstedt

  • Under-implementation


Cdm key changes

CDM – Key Changes

  • Four key areas of change for consultation

    • ACoP

    • CDM co-ordinator/Principal Designer

    • r4/Appendix 4 requirements

    • domestic clients


Cdm revision

CDM Revision

  • Consequentials:

    • substantially simpler structure

    • Part 2 – Part 3 falls out

    • PC – PD symmetry

    • amended notification threshold

    • formal co-ordination threshold lowered

    • H&S plans on all projects


Cdm revision1

CDM Revision

  • 3 month consultation

  • analysis, amendment

  • SMT/Board sign off

  • Ministerial sign off

  • Guidance development and publication timing

  • industry publicity


Future

Future

  • CDM consultation

  • Triennial Review Government Response

  • New HSE Chief Executive


A little bit of knowledge

A little bit of knowledge…….


Any questions

Any Questions?


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