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October/November 2010 (vol. 07/3)
The corporate health and safety management assessment tool is five-years old. How is it performing?
A report from the HSE gauges the health of its online benchmarking tool, the Corporate Health and Safety Performance Index. Paul Suff examines the findings
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) launched CHaSPI, the Corporate Health and Safety Performance Index, in July 2005. At the launch event, the then health and safety minister Lord Hunt said: ‘There are still too many accidents at work and too many staff off sick. We need to convince chief executives in boardrooms across the country that managing absence and health and safety makes good business sense. This tool will help businesses to manage and track their key health and safety indicators and will enable them to compare their performance against other businesses. The easier we make it for everyone…
Paul Suff is contributing editor of Occupational Health [at Work].
Author: Suff P
Occupational Health at Work October/November 2010 (vol. 07/3) pp16-19