On the 21st January 2014 HSE ran a statistics user conference at Redgrave Court, attended primarily by external users of HSE’s published statistics, as well as HSE’s senior statisticians.
The aim of the conference was to allow users to meet with data source leads to find out more about the information currently available, as well as to provide HSE with the opportunity to engage directly with its external customers.
Further information on the day, as well as key actions taken forward as a result of the conference, can be found in this report:
Between 28 February and 11 April 2011, HSE ran a consultation on our website about statistics priorities. This report summarises the responses received and the subsequent action that has been taken:
HSE convened an expert workshop on measuring work-related ill health in February 2009. The report of proceedings [5.93MB] concluded that HSE should identify preferred data sources for different categories of work-related illness, taking into account the available sources differing strengths and weaknesses. The workshop has led to several pieces of research being undertaken which have been designed to inform the choice of preferred sources.
In 2008, HSE statistics branch undertook some research into users views of the statistics website. The conclusions and recommendations are presented below: