House of Commons
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FEES AND CHARGES OF THE HEALTH AND SAFETY EXECUTIVE
EDM #2262A1
Tabled 18 October 2011
2010-12 Session
This is an amendment to an existing motion
Motion originally tabled by Robert Halfon on 17 October 2011
This is amendment number 1

Suggested Amendment

"leave out from `letter' to end and add `and believes that the safety of all employees is paramount and that the HSE has effectively improved health and safety over the years of its existence.'."

Original Motion Text

That this House opposes the idea of charging small firms for health and safety inspections, as proposed by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE); notes that there is a risk this could be seen as a way to raise revenue rather than improve compliance, as the Federation of Small Businesses has argued; further notes that the HSE's own calculations say that the cost to a small business could be at least 750 for each inspection that results in a letter; further notes that if implemented this could hit jobs and growth; and calls on the Government to resist red tape from the HSE and to do everything possible to help small British firms to prosper.

Signatures (11)

There are no withdrawn signatures for this amendment