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Post Unique Reference Name Grade (or equivalent) Job Title Job/Team Function Parent Department Organisation Unit Contact Phone Contact E-mail Reports to Senior Post Salary Cost of Reports (£) FTE Actual Pay Floor (£) Actual Pay Ceiling (£) Professional/Occupational Group Notes Valid?
CCIDDIRB201 Willis, Jane SCS2 Director of Cross Cutting Interventions Cross-cutting Interventions Directorate (CCID) leads for HSE in advising the HSE Board and Ministers on cross-cutting government policies, including better regulation, international work and diversity. It supports delivery of HSE’s strategy with work on leadership, competence and worker involvement. The Directorate is also responsible for policy development and delivery on many health and safety issues which affect all work sectors and the public, such as slips and trips, gas safety and occupational diseases. Currently CCID is coordinating HSE’s response to the Löfstedt  review of health and safety at work Department for Work and Pensions Health and Safety Executive Cross Cutting Interventions 0151 951 4772 JANE.WILLIS@HSE.GSI.GOV.UK CEOCEB301 258353 1.00 95000 99999 Policy 1
CCIDERGB101 N/D SCS1 Deputy Director Work, Environment, Radiation & Gas Division WERG is involved in policy development and regulation at international, European and national level. Its extensive remit includes most non major hazard and sector specific health and safety issues – from first aid and working temperatures to musculoskeletal disorders and workplace transport. WERG has the policy lead for radiation (ionising and non-ionising) and for domestic gas safety including oversight of the work of the Gas Safe Register. The division leads HSE’s contribution to the cross-government Health Work and Wellbeing Strategy. Department for Work and Pensions Health and Safety Executive Cross Cutting Interventions 0151 951 4000 N/D CCIDDIRB201 1166878 1.00 N/A N/A Policy 1
CCIDLLHB101 N/D SCS1 Head of Long Latency Health Risks Long-latency diseases are those in which ill effects usually only show up a long time after exposure to a particular hazard. These are caused by chemicals, hazardous substances or noise and vibration. At least 10 000 people die each year due to hazardous substances breathed in during their earlier working lives. LLHR’s has teams dealing with policy work on international and domestic chemical regulations, asbestos and other carcinogens, noise and vibration, occupational asthma,  and its role is to reduce the incidence of such occupational diseases and illnesses." Department for Work and Pensions Health and Safety Executive Cross Cutting Interventions 0151 951 4000 N/D CCIDDIRB201 1500102 1.00 N/A N/A Policy 1
CCIDSIDB101 N/D SCS1 Deputy Director Strategic Interventions SID’s role is to make sure that HSE’s work reflects the Government’s broader policy aims and to maintain the underpinning policy framework for health and safety in the workplace, which is set out in the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations. The Division is coordinating HSE’s work implementing recommendations in the Lofstedt review (Reclaiming Health and Safety) and Lord Young’s report (Common Sense, Common Safety) and coordinates input to cross Government initiatives including the Red Tape Challenge. SID’s International Unit co-ordinates HSE EU activity and wider work with other countries and international institutions, ensuring HSE contributes to the Government’s wider international agenda. Other SID work includes: health and safety competence, leadership and worker involvement policy; civil contingencies and emergency planning; and supporting development of HSE’s policy capability. Department for Work and Pensions Health and Safety Executive Cross Cutting Interventions 0151 951 4000 N/D CCIDDIRB201 1323359 1.00 N/A N/A Policy 1