Reforming the UK's health and safety laws

A note explaining the recommendations in Lord Young of Graffham's report, Common Sense, Common Safety, on reform of the UK's health and safety laws, along with details of the subsequent steps taken to implement those recommendations. Those steps include the government's March 2011 report, Good Health and Safety, Good for Everyone, its Common Sense, Common Safety progress reports (published in March, July and October 2011), the Red Tape Challenge, the independent review of health and safety law carried out by Professor Löfstedt, and the government's response to that review.


 

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