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Workplace health and safety concerns

The law requires employers and the self-employed to conduct their business in such a way as to ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, that persons affected are not exposed to risks to their health or safety. This includes providing essential welfare facilities for employees.

Stop check

  • Is HSE the correct enforcing authority?
  • Have you discussed the situation with...?
  • Do you have all the information to hand?

More on stop check

Industrial action

Unfortunately, due to industrial action on Thursday 10 July 2014, we will be unable to deal with any calls. If you wish to report a concern about Workplace Health & Safety please complete the online form.

Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience this action may cause, normal service will resume on Friday 11 July.

Resolving your concerns

  • Speak to your employer and try to resolve the issue; and/or
  • Contact your work/safety representative, or your trade union representative

How to resolve your concern

Raising your concern

If you consider that your employer (or someone else’s) work activity is putting your safety at risk or damaging your health, then you should raise your concerns with that employer or person.

Raising your concern