Health and Safety Commission Annual Report and the Health and Safety Commission/Executive Accounts 2003/04
The HSC Annual Report 2003/04 reports on the work of the HSC/E during 2003/04 and is based on the plans contained in the HSC Business Plan 2003 – 2004
A priced printed version is available from HSE Books
Part 1 of the Report describes the work of HSC/E during 2003/04 and is based on the plans contained in the HSC Business Plan 2003-2004. The plans focused HSC activity on helping achieve the national targets for health and safety launched by the Government and HSC in June 2000 and published in the Revitalising Health and Safety Strategy Statement (RHS). The targets are to:
- reduce the number of working days lost per 100 000 workers from work-related injury and ill health by 30% by 2010;
- reduce the incidence rate of fatal and major injury incidents by 10% by 2010;
- reduce the incidence rate of cases of work-related ill health by 20% by 2010; and
- achieve half the improvements under each target by 2004.
HSC’s contribution is based around four main programmes.
The Report also provides information about how HSE is managed, health and safety in HSE, output and performance measures, legislative timetables and the work of the HSC advisory committees.
Part 2 of the Report show the full in-year costs of the Commission and Executive
Key areas of interest
The HSC Annual Report has been separated into smaller sections below;
- Preface, members of HSC/E, Commission’s work, Forewords [70kb]
- Operating and financial review [50kb]
- Priority programmes [120kb]
- Major hazard industries [125kb]
- Securing compliance [70kb]
- Mandatory activities [100kb]
- Managing the organisation [110kb]
- Health and Safety in HSE [60kb]
- Annexes: Outputs and performance, Legislative timetable, HSC Advisory Committees [90kb]
- HSC and HSE accounts [180kb]
- Glossary [50kb]
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