HSE has a regulatory role in the health service

HSE has a regulatory role in the health serviceReports had stated through articles that the prosecution of Mid Staffordshire NHS foundation trust by Health and Safety Executive and this led to a change in its regulatory role in the health service.

NHS providers have been In fact HSE has previously prosecuted NHS providers, including trusts, in relation to similar incidents.

There have been several cases of safety management failings and the regulatory role in the health sector is concerned with these.

This has initiated a comparison among various regulators with these failings.

On legitimate guidance, we held up until the close of general society request led by Robert Francis QC before settling on a choice on if it was fitting for HSE to research the death of Gillian Astbury at Stafford clinic in 2007.

Report says, we have now finished up an examination and chose there is sufficient proof and it is in people in general investment to get criminal processes this case.

The Department of Health is heading on the proposals put advance by Francis.

We stay in dialogues with the Doh and the Care Quality Commission on taking advance the legislature proposal for an arrangement of referrals to HSE from the CQC's boss overseer of healing facilities, in situations where there is a potential rupture of health and security prerequisites.