Health and Safety Executive (HSE)

Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is the national independent watchdog for work-related health, safety and illness. We are an independent regulator and act in the public interest to reduce work-related death and serious injury across Great Britain’s workplaces. We do this through research, information and advice, promoting training, new or revised regulations and codes of practice, inspection, investigation and enforcement. As an independent regulator, we put those who put others in danger before the courts and we provide support to businesses in helping them understand and manage their legal duties. We work with our co-regulators in local authorities to inspect, investigate and - where necessary - take enforcement action. Ultimately, we are working to help sustain an innovative, technological and progressive economy, with prosperous companies and safe workplaces. Locations and full contact details of all HSE offices across the UK can be found on our website.


Health and Safety Executive (HSE) website: www.hse.gov.uk


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Could Nissan’s new Golf rival be a Qashqai-sized success?

Could Nissan’s new Golf rival be a Qashqai-sized success?We’ve seen Nissan can be bold and innovative with the Qashqai. Now it must pull off the same trick with the Pulsar.

First drive: Ford Transit mk8 2014

First drive: Ford Transit mk8 2014We are better drivers and above petty behaviour, we cover large mileages as business drivers and know how to keep our cool. Or do we?

Keep calm - company car drivers should be above road rage

Keep calm - company car drivers should be above road rageWe are better drivers and above petty behaviour, we cover large mileages as business drivers and know how to keep our cool. Or do we?

First drive: Nissan Qashqai mk2 2014

First drive: Nissan Qashqai mk2 2014 No longer a trailblazer, but usefully improved in almost every area, the Qashqai remains the Crossover by which rivals should be judged.

Fleet Voice Column

Cars are going to get more connected; you better get used to it

Whether you like it or not, think it’s common sense or Big Brother encroaching too far into the car, we will see E-call become standard fit in all new cars and light commercial vehicles from October 2015 across Europe. E-call…

How can fleets whip their employees into the perfect company car drivers?

What’s the fastest car in the world? A hire car. It’s an oldie goldie, but also one that rings true when it comes to company vehicles. Many company car drivers simply don’t give two hoots for the vehicle they are driving…

Could Nissan’s new Golf rival be a Qashqai-sized success?

So, Nissan is to re-enter the small hatch sector with its Pulsar, revealed today and set to arrive in the autumn of this year. This is a significant event as it marks the end of the Qashqai’s run as the mainstream small…

Keep calm - company car drivers should be above road rage

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Why banned drivers should get life for taking a life

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