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HSE THE YEAR AHEAD. Jonathan Holvey HM Principal Inspector External Relations Manager. HSE – THE YEAR AHEAD . Where have we come from ? 30 years of HSE ‘a bold and far reaching piece of legislation’

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hse the year ahead


Jonathan HolveyHM Principal InspectorExternal Relations Manager

hse the year ahead2
  • Where have we come from ?30 years of HSE‘a bold and far reaching piece of legislation’
  • Where are we going?‘ to gain recognition of health and safety as a cornerstone of a civilised society’
how did we intend to move the agenda forward
How did we intend to move the agenda forward ?
  • HSC Revitalising Health and Safety
  • HSC Strategy for Workplace Health & Safety in Great Britain to 2010 and Beyond
  • Public Sector Agreement Targets
  • DWP Welfare Reform Green Paper
how are we doing
  • Progress towards PSA targets good
  • More work to do on major accidents and fatals
  • Targets on ill health being met
how are we going to get there
How are we going to get there?
  • More programme led interventions
  • Focussing on best use of resources linked to outcomes
move towards programme led interventions
Move towards programme led interventions

To :Reduce incidence of injury, ill health and days lost

How:Targeting interventions at hazards and employment sectors where incidence is highest and we can have most impact

strategic delivery programmes
Strategic Delivery Programmes
  • Fit3 (Fit for work, fit for life, fit for tomorrow)
  • Major Hazards
fit3 psa targets
Fit3 – PSA Targets
  • By 2007/2008 we need to deliver against a baseline of 2004/2005 a:
  • 3% reduction in the incidence rate of work-related fatal and major injuries;
  • 6% reduction in the incidence rate of cases of work-related ill health;
  • 9% reduction in the incidence rate of days lost due to work-related injuries and ill health
injury reduction
Injury Reduction
  • Slips and Trips
  • Workplace Transport
  • Falls from Height
  • Construction
ill health reduction
Ill Health Reduction
  • Stress
  • Musculoskeletal Disorders
  • Occupational Health Support
  • Disease Reduction
  • Noise and Hand Arm Vibration
  • Workplace Health Connect
days lost reduction
Days lost reduction
  • Public Services
  • Return to work and managing Sickness Absence
what does this mean in practice
What does this mean in practice ?
  • National media campaigns
  • Programme Directed Inspection
  • Not all visits will cover all topics
timetable for major campaigns
Timetable for major campaigns
  • Height Aware Launch 10th May by Lord HuntAwareness Events in London 19-30 JuneSupported by targeted inspection
  • Backs 2006 16th October – 5th November 2006
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Timetable for major campaigns
  • Moving Good Safely Continues in London as MGS 11/2MGS2 interventions November to April
falls from height
Falls from Height

Height Aware Campaign

height aware
Height Aware

Target groups are:

  • Electricians, mechanical and electrical fitters
  • Painters and decorators, window cleaners, TV/audio engineers & caretakers
  • Facilities managers, landlords
backs 2006
Backs 2006!
  • Building on success of last year
  • Promote the use of sensible workplace precautions
  • Also focus on managing back pain
  • New strand of managing sickness absence and return to work
moving goods safely 2
Moving Goods Safely 2


  • Workplace Transport
  • Slips and Trips
  • MSD’s
stress the story so far
Stress – the story so far
  • Development of HSE Management Standards for Work Related Stress
  • Willing 100
  • HSE Stress Partners
stress 2006
Stress 2006
  • 67 regional workshops
  • Persuade managers of case for MSA/R2W
  • Enable HR professionals and practitioners to tackle work related stress in their organisation and in particular to use the HSE Management Standards
jonathan holvey hse london
Jonathan Holvey – HSE London

Thanks for listening – questions?