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Scottish Chamber of Safety

Improving SH&E Performance in Scotland

since 1947

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About SCoS

The Scottish Chamber of Safety is the regional body for Safety Groups in Scotland. It is an advocate for health & safety in Scotland and functions as a liaison between various groups and individuals who have an interest in health and safety in Scotland.

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Local Groups

Find where your local group meets and get involved. Not all groups have their own websites but contact details for all of the groups is available through the main Safety Groups UK website.


Quarterly Meetings

The Chamber meets quarterly. Meetings take place at 10:30am on the first Tuesday of every third month. 2019 Meeting Dates: 26th March (Includes AGM) – note date change. 4th June, 3rd September, 3rd December.


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Keep up to date with Scottish safety news and events

Road Safety
06/12/2019 No Comments

Scottish Occupational Road Safety Alliance Annual Survey

Win a £50 Marks and Spencer voucher for participating in a survey conducted by Research Scotland on behalf of ScORSA.  The survey will help us to better understand the levels of awareness and the needs of organisations regarding management of occupational road risk.  If you have a role in managing: company vehicles; ​health and safety […]

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3rd December 2019 Quarterly Meeting

The final quarterly meeting of 2019 is on the 3rd December. Meet at 10:30 for 11:00 City Chambers East, 40 John Street, Glasgow, G1 1JL. Quarterly Meeting Agenda: Sederunt Apologies Matters arising Events Safety Groups UK Update Safety Campaigns Website/Communications Treasurer’s Report Reports from Groups Reports from Partner Organisations Other competent business Session 2020 Dates […]

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Health and safety statistics

Key figures for Great Britain (2018/19) 1.4 million working people suffering from a work-related illness 2,526 mesothelioma deaths due to past asbestos exposures (2017) 147 workers killed at work (2018/19) 581,000 injuries occurred at work according to the Labour Force Survey 69,208 injuries to employees reported under RIDDOR 28.2 million working days lost due to work-related illness and workplace injury £15 […]