When news about health and safety ‘fees for intervention' broke in the mainstream media, the daggers were quickly drawn for the Health and Safety Executive, which has a public perception as killjoy-in-chief seemingly pervaded in perpetuity.
The HSE is facing 35% budget cuts, likely to amount to £80m a year, so the prospect of the regulator clawing back the shortfall through a new charging system has unsurprisingly met with negative headlines.
The HSE consultation documents on FFI reveal that the
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