Fee For Intervention (FFI)From the 1st October 2012, the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) are introducing the FFI regime (Fee for Intervention). This means that a business in the UK that falls under the jurisdiction of the Health and Safety Executive will now be liable to face financial charges for the HSE time for investigating a potential breach of Health and Safety law. It is considered that a business who puts its employees at risk and breaks the Health and Safety law and regulations should be made to pay the cost. This is to prevent the tax payer bearing the cost. Health and safety is a serious matter and breaches lead to fine and insurance claims for injury. Reference: Allianz Commercial
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