Health and Safety Executive business plan for 2016/17


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Posted on 23 Apr 2016

The HSE has published its business plan for 2016/17. There are four main areas that the HSE will concentrate on in 2016/17:

  • Leading and engaging with others to improve workplace health and safety. It will seek to change behaviour through guidance, raising awareness and leadership;
  • Providing an effective regulatory framework;
  • Securing effective management and control of risk. This includes permissioning and licensing activities, inspections, investigations of incidents and concerns raised by workers and others. It also means holding to account those who fail to meet their obligations to protect people from harm; and
  • Reducing the likelihood of low-frequency, high-impact catastrophic incidents.
  • The reports sets out priorities and an action plan for each of the four main areas and key milestones and a timeframe in which to achieve each part of the business plan. 

    The HSE Business Plan 2016/2017 can be viewed here

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