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Law for Business

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26 MAR 2013

Fee for Intervention

The newly introduced Fee for Intervention (FFI) introduced by the HSE has resulted in over £700,000 of income being generated. Over 1,000 invoices have been issued to date, with a breakdown as follows:

-        10% of invoices are for values greater than £1,000;

-        70% are for less than £500; and

-        30% are for less than £200.

The amount generated to date falls far below what the HSE estimated that it would receive annually but it has stated that it is still dealing with a significant amount of ‘legacy work' where no FFI could be generated. It is interesting to note that with the government's drive to reduce the burden of health and safety, businesses are being hit with significant demands for money!

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