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HSE Forms

Service interuption

The F10 - Notification of Construction project online form is currently unavailable due to essential maintenance.  You may continue to submit paper-based F10s to HSE during this time.  This will be completed by Friday 15th November.  Please note that once the update has been completed the new system will only allow online F10s to be submitted to HSE once all the details for the Client, the Principal Designer and Principal Contractor have been entered on the form. Additionally the new system will not automatically email the F10 notification summary as a PDF to the person submitting the form. It will be necessary to download the PDF following submission of the form.  It will also be possible to retrieve an F10 notification summary at a later date using the unique serial number that will be generated during the notification process. This serial number will be emailed to those who have successfully submitted the form. It is recommended to make a note of the number to allow the details to be retrieved should it be necessary to make any changes etc.

Ways to get in touch

  • Notifications

    Forms to submit before certain types of work begins

  • Asbestos

    Notify HSE of licensed or non-licensed notifiable work with asbestos

  • Health

    For HSE appointed doctors and approved medical examiners of divers

  • Offshore

    Complain about regulatory advice from a local authority or HSE

  • Incidents

    Our range of forms to help you report incidents to HSE

  • GMO

    Providing HSE with information for certain work involving genetically modified organisms

  • Specified animal pathogens

    Applying for a new licence to work with or possess a specified animal pathogen

  • Forms A - Z

    View the full list of forms relating to topics and industries

Is HSE the correct enforcing authority?

For issues to do with shops, restaurants, bars, nurseries and playgroups, sheltered accommodation and care homes you should contact your local council’s link to external website enviromental health department. Find out more about who is responsible for what on our who is the correct enforcing authority page.