Our campaigns reach out to those people who are vulnerable to poorly managed health and safety, and those who can make a difference. This includes existing members of staff, those new to a job, and employers.
Central to our campaigns is people’s wellbeing and helping to ensure that no one is injured or made ill through their work. Health, safety and wellbeing has been a priority for the British Safety Council for nearly sixty-five years.
Our most recent campaign, Keep Thriving, aims to help improve the wellbeing of workers, within and outside of the workplace, so that all of us can thrive. Our other key campaign Time to Breathe raises awareness of the risks of air pollution to outdoor workers.
British Safety Council launched its Keep Thriving campaign; to help improve the wellbeing of workers, within and outside of the workplace, so that all of us can thrive.
Time to Breathe
We're calling on employers, policy-makers and regulators to start taking seriously the risk of ambient air pollution to the health of outdoor workers.Learn more
The world of work is rapidly changing, as are its associated risks, whether from increasing automation, new materials, insecure job contracts or reduced regulatory resources.Learn more
Business benefits of good health and safety
We believe that it makes good business sense to invest in people and processes to improve health, safety and the environment.Learn more
Policy influencing and impact
The British Safety Council's manifesto, Working Well, outlines five steps for healthier and safer work activities.Learn more
Thanks to our close relationships with business and 60 years of working with the Government, we're able to develop positions and inform consultations that influences health and safety policy and law.Learn more
Positions and key issues
Our policy positions set out what we believe and capture the organisation’s view on key topical issues and are developed in collaboration with members and others to ensure that they remain current.Learn more
Sector Interest Groups
We host sector interest groups (SIGs) that meet on a regular basis to discuss key issues, share views, get involved in campaigns and discuss good practice and new research.Learn more
How to contribute and get involved
Our engagement with politicians and civil society through campaigning and sector interest groups are crucial for us to influence health, safety and environmental regulations.
You can get involved online through blogs, Facebook, Twitter or contact a member of our Policy and Research Team on [email protected].