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Health And Safety Executive

Volume 984: debated on Tuesday 6 May 1980

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asked the Secretary of State for Employment if he will make a statement on the Pliatzky report as it affects the Health and Safety Executive; and whether it will mean a lowering of safety standards in order to avoid costs in applying safety measures.

Her Majesty's Agricultural (joined HSE 1976–77)5178175179177
Her Majesty's Alkali and Clean Air384546474647
Her Majesty's Explosives101313131312
Her Majesty's Factory660753805846888919
Her Majesty's Mines and Quarries125122120118115113
Her Majesty's Nuclear Installations8910311611088*85
* The drop in numbers of NI inspectors between 1978 and 1979 is accounted for by a transfer of inspectors to work on radiological protection elsewhere in HSE.