HSE guidance: Occupational Health Risk Management in Construction

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) results from its annual refurbishment initiative have revealed that poor standards or dangerous practices were found on 46% of construction sites visited.

In light of the results, HSE have issued new specialist guidance, ‘Occupational Health Risk Management in Construction’ to ensure basic health and safety measures are in place on all sites.

To view the Occupational Health Risk Management in Construction, click below.

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Newsline website, 2015, Occupational health risk management in construction, Construction Industry Advisory Committee (CONIAC) and Health Risks Working Group, July 2015


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