Presentation on theme: "Health and Safety Executive Communications update Neil Stephens."— Presentation transcript:
Health and Safety Executive Communications update Neil Stephens
2011 – 2012 re-cap Shifted to information on the website –Policy of digital by default –Transfer and update of numerous outdated guidance sheets –New and simpler information put on web inc over 200 FAQs –HSE website retained Re-designed e-bulletin –Now 54, 000 subscribers
Working Well Together 2011 – 12 –Continued financial support to WWT, broadly at previous levels –Average of over 60 events –Two new groups formed –Clarification of roles and accountability –Independent website Next year –60 events planned –Finance business case submitted –One new group planned –Improved evaluation –Improve website
Ongoing Comms work No CD planned campaign work Attend Painter & Decorator Show Fragile materials –Place Articles for fragile materials –Work with CSkills on video clips & toolbox talk –Include in WWT events E-bulletin – more specials Collaborate with Regional News Network during Refurb Initiative Respond to media requests where relevant
Guidance Maintain limited number of key publications, e.g. HSG 47, HSG 33, HSG 150 Emphasis on simple straightforward guidance INDG 344 – Essential Toolkit 5 x busy builder sheets –Protecting the Public, Fragile Roofs, Stone Cutting +, Good Order, Man Handling. Work with industry partners on more specialist guidance – Work in compressed air
Logo and Endorsement Logo Criteria –HSE involvement? –Relevant issue being addressed? –Consistent with HSE approach (e.g. risk assessment)? –Promotes Good Practice (compliance) and clear what is beyond this? –Clear evaluation process? –No commercial advantage Foreword or supporting statement
Health Visualisations Elvis (Exposure level visualisations).