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Birmingham Health, Safety and Environment Association
Established 1930
Member of Safety Groups UK    Affiliated to ROSPA


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BHSEA is a registered Charity run by a group of voluntary members. Membership is open to organisation/companies and individuals.
We were the inspiration behind the setting up of RoSPA, the Power Press Regulations and the Chair of Health and Safety at Aston University.

We have a programme of monthly meetings and we are involved in promoting health and safety 'behind the scenes' including give advice particularly to smaller organisations and working with the HSE and other enforcing organisations.

BHSEA is a member of Safety Groups UK, an association which links similar groups across the UK.

More about BHSEA's history is available here    Black and White version    Colour version
(Booklet produced in 2005 celebrating BHSEA's 75th Anniversary)

For more information please contact the BHSEA Secretary:
Tel: 07881 290238, e-mail:

Association Officers

President: Rosi Edwards
Chair: George Allcock

Association Secretary

Ms Liz Prophett

The Secretary can be contacted via 07881 290238

BHSEA's Aims

Our main aim is to help improve standards of Health and Safety and the Environment at work, which we have done very successfully since our foundation in 1930.

Achieving the Aims

  • Keeping up-to-date with developments in health and safety legislation and working practices.

  • Providing opportunities for discussions with the Health and Safety Executive and other enforcement agencies.

  • Enabling members to make a network of personal contacts.

  • Encouraging the exchange of ideas on health and safety issues between large firms and small firms.

  • Providing and maintaining a manned Health, Safety and Environment Information centre open to members and others.

  • Providing material and support for Health and Safety training activities.

  • Working with national agencies to represent the interests of our members.

  • Supporting other local health, safety and environment related organisations with their initiatives.

If you would like more information or advice please initially contact the BHSEA Secretary.


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