The Health and Safety Executive’s (HSE) Fee for Intervention (FFI) scheme was introduced on 1st October 2012 and is a ‘cost recovery’ mechanism for reclaiming costs back from business for the time taken by HSE identifying ‘material breaches’ of health and safety’ legislation, helping business put it right and investigating and taking enforcement action.
When the scheme was introduced the Government made a commitment to publish a post implementation review after three years of the Regulations introducing FFI coming into force.
This three year period came to an end at the end of September 2015 and EEF intend to make an evidence based submission to the review.
In order to provide evidence based comment to HSE we need your help to complete an on-line survey and give us information about your experiences of FFI.
Completing this survey should take no longer than 10 minutes and the data collected will form a key part of that submission. Your input and contribution will be extremely valuable in providing an accurate reflection of the schemes impact.
Notes for the survey
All results are anonymised and aggregated. Individual company details are confidential to EEF and will not be disclosed as part of the submission or to 3rd party organisations.
Only complete the survey if the Health and Safety Executive are the relevant enforcing authority for your business.
Please base your answers for the time period October 1st 2012 to September 30th 2015.