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safety and corporate criminal accountability in scotland www corporateaccountability org
“Safety and Corporate Criminal Accountability in Scotland”

www.corporateaccountability.org

cca conference 2003 hse in scotland

CCA Conference 2003HSE in Scotland

Stewart Campbell

HSE Director, Scotland

national great britain picture
National Great Britain Picture
  • Targets :
    • To reduce fatal and major accident rates by 10%
    • To reduce the number of days lost due to work-related accidents and ill health by 30%
    • To reduce the incidence of ill health by 20%
  • Targets to be achieved by 2010
priority programmes
Priority Programmes
  • Agriculture Sector
  • Construction Sector
  • Health Services Sector
  • Falls From Height
  • Workplace Transport
  • Slips, Trips and Falls
  • Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSD)
  • Stress
hsc e vision
HSC/E Vision
  • To gain recognition of health and safety as a cornerstone of a civilised society, and with that achieve a record of workplace health and safety that leads the world.
hse in scotland
HSE in Scotland
  • “A Strategy for Workplace Health and Safety in Great Britain to 2010 and Beyond”

- consultation ends 1/12/03

  • Available on HSE website :

www.hse.gov.uk

hsc strategic issues
HSC : Strategic Issues
  • Health
  • Our role in public protection and security
  • The role of local authorities
  • A changing economy in a changing world
  • Business and reputation management
hsc strategy
HSC : Strategy
  • About the health and safety system as a whole, not just HSC/E/LAs
  • HSE broader vision
  • Communications and reputation management vital
  • New methods of help and support : separation from enforcement
  • HSE/LA intervention strategy
  • Occupational health service
  • Redesign of health and safety institutions where necessary
occupational ill health in scotland
Occupational Ill Health in Scotland
  • 2001/02 Scotland’s overall prevalence rate lower than GB
  • 1998/99 Scotland lower for MSD & stress
  • New cases of hearing loss & asthma higher in Scotland
  • Construction fatal rate higher than E+W
prosecution in scotland
Prosecution in Scotland
  • 2001/02 : 142 duty holders prosecuted

114 duty holders convicted

________________________________________

  • 2000/01 : 106 duty holders prosecuted

181 offences prosecuted

111 offences leading to conviction

  • 1999/00 : 181 duty holders prosecuted

217 offences prosecuted

154 offences leading to conviction

hse in scotland1
HSE in Scotland
  • Average penalty per duty holder convicted 2001/02

£5,583

(excluding penalties of £100k+)

hse s field operations directorate priority action 03 04
HSE’s Field Operations DirectoratePriority Action 03/04
  • Continue targeting priority sectors and topics
  • Closer working with LAs
  • Better co-ordinated approach to multi-site occupiers/poor performers
  • Testing new ways of working
  • Concentration on outcomes
  • Evaluation
construction
Construction
  • Scotland action plan
  • H&S in Scottish Executive’s “Modernising Construction” initiative
  • 3 SHADs
  • 2 Euro Blitzes
  • Designer initiatives
  • Working with Scottish Water
  • Research Scotland’s accident record
partnership work priorities in scotland
Partnership Work : Priorities in Scotland
  • Working with Scottish Executive and other stakeholders
  • Working Backs Scotland
  • Health Improvement Challenge
  • Safe and Healthy Working – advisory service
  • Scotland’s Health at Work
  • Healthy Return – rehabilitation service
partnership working priorities in scotland cont
Partnership Working : Priorities in Scotland (cont)
  • Site Safe Scotland
  • Scottish Health and Safety Revitalisers Forum
  • Business groups such as Chamber of Commerce and FSB
  • STUC and trade unions
  • Scottish Enterprise/Highlands and Islands Enterprise
enforcement and partnership
Enforcement and Partnership
  • What links Scotland’s poor health record; its record of deaths in fires; its drug use/ crime levels?
  • And its health and safety record??
safety and corporate criminal accountability in scotland www corporateaccountability org1
“Safety and Corporate Criminal Accountability in Scotland”

www.corporateaccountability.org