HSE Health and Safety Statistics 2014

2014 H+S Infograph

The report is out! The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has released this year’s facts and figures from construction fatalities to manual handling for 2013 – 2014. We have put together the next instalment – ‘Behind the annual statistics’ infographic which breaks down the stats and information to give you a bite size view of their findings.

2014 H+S Infograph

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You can compare this years to last year’s stats by looking at our 2012 – 2013 infographic

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  1. This is great but it would be even better if each statistic had a red or green up or down arrow to indicate the change from last year. For example work place deaths might have a green down arrow to show the numbers are down.

  2. Ahh this is such a great article! I’ve literally just started a small business and these kind of articles are massively helping me – so thank you! To be honest I feel really quite bad because I hadn’t massively thought about any health and safety stuff beyond first aid until recently, but it’s important and I really want my employees to be safe within the workplace. Is it recommended to do a sort of health and safety course then? Or get my employees to take one I mean? I mentioned it to one of my friends and she sent me a link to a company that did her training (this is the link: https://www.guardiansupport.co.uk/) is this a good place to get some training from? I don’t really know much about this kind of thing so any suggestions or advice would be much appreciated!!

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