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In 2022/23, HSE investigated over 230 fatal and 5500 non-fatal incidents.

Our 2024 Annual Science Review has just been published and focuses on the role played by HSE scientists and engineers in delivering forensic incident investigation activities and providing expert evidence used by courts to secure justice


Sharing incident investigation knowledge through training courses

One of the ways that we share the lessons learnt from investigations with industry is through our training courses and qualifications.

In the review, you can read about how our NEBOSH HSE Introduction to Incident Investigation and our Human Factors in Accident and Incident Investigations courses are equipping attendees with the knowledge and skills to effectively carry out investigations in their own workplaces when incidents occur.

Read the 2024 Annual Science Review



Join us for the 2024 Science Review launch seminar

To celebrate the launch of the 2024 Annual Science Review, we will be hosting a seminar on 18 April packed with 5 minute ‘turbo talks’ from our scientists and engineers, who will be highlighting some of the case studies and people featured in the review.

The seminar starts at 1pm and is free to attend.

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