2019-20 Program

This years programme from MESH all for £25.00 per year, everyone from your organisation can attend speakers of this quality providing these seminars for your employees would cost your organisation £100s normally!

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Membership is open to all types of businesses and organisations covering self employed through to major employers - for anyone who has an accountability to manage Health and Safety and Environmental issues. Membership is available to all businesses located across East Anglia.

MESH provides a monthly face to face opportunity to network and learn from other professional's and a diverse selection of businesses by sharing problems and expertise. A discussion forum is available on the website to engage in a professional interaction with other members.

HSE Increases FFI

HSE increases FFI charge by almost 20%

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has increased its fee for intervention (FFI) hourly rate from £129 to £154. The new charge came into effect on 6 April and it is the second increase since the scheme was introduced in October 2012. In a statement, the HSE said this can be attributed in part to the fact that the scheme has operated recently at a deficit.


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About MESH

Established in 1996 MESH provides a self help mechanism for member companies. Our group is non-profit making run by businesses for businesses, presenting a friendly face to a serious subject. An elected committee is supported by the Health and Safety Executive and Local Authority Environmental Health Officers.

MESH is affiliated to RoSPA and a Member of Safety Groups UK and has received two gold a silver and two bronze Alan Butler awards in the last four years for services to Health and Safety.

HSE eBulletin: RIDDOR forms

HSE's suite of Riddor forms is being refreshed, moving to a more modern platform to improve user experience. Further details are below.

For more information about how you make a Riddor report visit our website.

The Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 2013 (RIDDOR) requires employers, the self-employed and people in control of work premises (the Responsible Person) to report certain serious workplace accidents, occupational diseases and specified dangerous occurrences.

These reports simply let the relevant enforcing authority know that an incident has occurred so they can identify where and how risks arise, and whether they need to be investigated. This allows the enforcing authorities to prioritise their work helping dutyholders understand what they need to do to manage risk in the workplace. For guidance on what, and how, to report, visit our website.

The suite of Riddor forms is being refreshed, moving to a more modern platform to improve user experience and give an enhanced look and feel. Reporting requirements remain unchanged.

A feature of the new forms is that once a report has been submitted to the RIDDOR database an email copy will no longer be automatically sent by the system to the notifier email address.

If required, the notifier has the opportunity to download a copy of their form at the point of submission, otherwise a copy will not be received.

Occupational disease, Dangerous Gas Fitting, Dangerous Occurrence, Dangerous Occurrence Offshore and Injury Offshore forms have now launched.

The final two forms - Flammable Gas and Injury - will go live by end April 2019.