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Health and Safety Commission Annual Report and the Health and Safety Commission/Executive Accounts 2004/05

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The HSC Annual Report 2004/05 reports on the work of HSC/E during the year and delivery of the HSC Business Plan 2004/05.


Part 1 of the Report shows the progress made against published plans contained in the HSC Business Plan 2004/05. The Plan focused HSC activity on helping achieve targets for occupational health and safety and in major hazard industries and implement the HSC Strategy for Workplace Health and Safety in Great Britain to 2010 and beyond.

The Report has a range of information including how HSE is managed, health and safety within HSE, output and performance measures, legislative timetables, HSC Advisory Committee work and statutory and other approval schemes.

Much of the report describes how HSE has restructured and realigned its work into two key Strategic Programmes as the main agent for delivery of the targets and the Strategy, supported by four Strategic Enabling Programmes: Business Involvement; Worker Involvement; Local Authorities and HSE Working Together and Enforcement.

Part 2 of the Report shows the full in-year costs of the Commission and Executive.

A limited number of copies of the Health and Safety Commission Annual Report and the Health and Safety Commission/Executive Accounts 2004/05 are available from HSE Books, PO Box 1999, Sudbury, Suffolk CO10 2WA (Tel: 01787-881165/Fax: 01787-313995). The publication ISBN 0 10 293308 1 is free but a handling charge of £2.00 will apply for the first copy in an order with an additional charge of £0.50 for each subsequent copy in the same order.

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Updated 2010-09-02