Welcome to the home page of the Herefordshire Health and Safety Group. The Group was formed in 1968 and since then we have striven to offer free advice, information and support to companies and individuals who may have an interest in health, safety and environmental issues.
Our seminars, which we organize for our members, cover a wide range of subjects reflecting current issues.
Six reasons to join the HHSG!
• Low membership fees – only £30.00 per year
• At least 8 seminars per year – all free to members
• Twice yearly newsletters
• Local networking opportunities
• Free advice and support where possible
• The Group offers support for all H & S advisors both newly appointed and established
If you are not a member why not attend one of our seminars or fill out an application form – just click on the link…..(link to application form)
We look forward to seeing you soon!
Herefordshire Safety Champions do it again!
For the third year running, Herefordshire Health and Safety Group have been judged in to be ‘Gold’ standard in the Alan Butler Awards for Excellence, an annual competition run by the national umbrella organisation, ‘Safety Groups UK’.
At a prestigious ceremony at the House of Lords on Monday 29th January, members of the Group’s committee received a Gold Award presented by Lord Brougham and Vaux and Lord McKenzie of Luton, making them one of only three such voluntary community-based groups to achieve this level this year.
At the presentation, SGUK Secretary, Dr Karen McDonnell, said “The Herefordshire Group has continued to maintain its excellent standards and we are delighted to confirm their superb performance over the range of criteria assessed by the judges has meant that they have achieved a Gold award again this year. Congratulations! The judges recognised the significant effort the group made in promoting HSE initiatives to their members and the wider business community, including through their main event “Healthy Happy and Here”, which was supported by Herefordshire Council and the local chamber of commerce. We hope that they are as successful promoting and celebrating winning their gold Alan Butler award this year as they were last year.”