Official websites of UK governmental, statutory or regulatory bodies responsible for health, safety and welfare matters.
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Committee on Carcinogenicity of Chemicals in Food, Consumer Products and the Environment
Advisory body on matters concerning the potential carcinogenicity of chemicals. Includes role, with details od independent advice and alcohol risks, terms of reference , members, meetings, publications, secretariat contacts, and government links.
Committee on Medical Aspects of Radiation in the Environment
Advisory group on the health risks of natural and man-made radiation; ultraviolet, visible, infrared, microwaves, radio frequencies and other electromagnetic fields, as well as ionising radioactivity. Describes roles, terms of reference, publications, minutes, members code of practice and secretariat contacts in Chilton, Oxfordshire.
Committee on Mutagenicity of Chemicals in Food, Consumer Products and the Environment
Advisory body on matters concerning the induction of mutations by food ingredients, additives or chemicals from the environment. Includes roles, announcements, publications, contacts for secretariat in Chilton, Oxfordshire.
Department of Health
Official website of UK Department of Health, the government department responsible for public health issues. Provides material which is primarily for use by health and social care professionals, academics and other interested parties.
Food Standards Agency
Provides information on UK food safety - news, regulations, and research.
Health and Safety executive
Site containing leaflets on Hazards at work (some of which are provided in Welsh as well as English), details of HSE research and other publications.
Health and Safety Laboratory
The HSL is an Agency of the Health and Safety Executive which supports HSE in evidence and control of risks to people at work. Overview of service sectors, training and administration.
Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA)
Provides information on fertility matters. It includes a plain English guide for patients.
Human Tissue Authority
HTA controls the use of organs and cadaver material from people in the UK, by licensing and inspecting research, education and medical organisations. Includes details of governance, applications, transplant donation, legislation and communication.
Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA)
Governmental agency with responsibility for registration of drugs, therapeutics, and medical devices, establishing standards, monitoring safety, quality and performance. Includes announcements, news blog, with archives of reports, RSS link, key staff, and contacts in London.
National Ambulance Resilience Unit
NARU aims to support NHS England, the Association of Ambulance Chief Executives and Ambulance Commissioners, in planning emergency response for the safety of staff and patients. Includes overview of activities, resources, recruitment, news and contacts.
National Institute for Clinical Excellence
Special Health Authority with the task of systematically appraising health interventions and producing national guidance on effectiveness. Full details of evidence and appraisal process are supplied.
Public Health England
Body comprising of centres monitoring infectious diseases, radiation and chemical poisoning, and preparing to respond to emergencies, in partnership with industry. Includes contacts for regional offices and laboratories.
UK National Blood Service
Provides information on becoming a donor, where to make a donation, and facts about blood and statistics about UK donations and donors.
WHO United Kingdom
World Health Organisation information in the UK, with statistical data, publications, events, news, RSS and social media links, and contacts for the Department of Health, London.
Health Service Journal: The New Government
News of the appointment of Andrew Lansley as the Health Secretary, and articles relating to administration by the coalition. (May 12, 2010)
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