HSE software tool to be rolled out

A software tool giving local planning authorities quick and direct access to Health and Safety Executive (HSE) advice on potentially hazardous development is to be rolled out nationally this summer. In most cases, the internet-based PADHI system will replace the current process under which applications are sent to the HSE. The tool has been piloted in Halton, Leeds, Salford, Stoke-on-Trent and the East Riding of Yorkshire as part of the HSE's review of its planning role. IFRLUP Third Newsletter can be viewed via www.PlanningResource.co.uk.

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