A: Legal and management
2.8 The following information can be found on the HSE website:
- Guidance on the application of fee for intervention (FFI)
- A full FFI report
- Enforcement management model.
4.1 The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) provides a guide to health and safety management systems for leaders, owners and line managers in the free guidance documentManaging for health and safety (HSG65).
5.4.4 For further information refer to:
- Guidance for new and expectant mothers who work, available from the HSE website , and
- Pregnancy and work: What you need to know as an employer, available from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy website.
5.9.3 The construction section of the HSE website contains information on risk assessments and a series of worker engagement case studies. It also has a 'London 2012 games, lessons for industry' section that includes case studies featuring the use of photographs in method statements.
7.4 The National Academic Recognition Information Centre for the UK (NARIC) is a Government-funded agency that offers a service to compare overseas qualifications with UK ones. Although not comprehensive, it is a useful resource.
9.4.1 The HSE also offers guidance and materials for workers who wish to learn more about how they can become proactively engaged within the workplace. Called Safe and sound at work: Engaging effectively with your employer, this takes the form of links to advisory information with ideas for actions that anyone can take.