There is no such thing as a 'stupid' or 'daft' health and safety question!


We pride ourselves on giving people the respect that they deserve with whatever query they may have.  Our amazing moderator team work tirelessly to ensure just that. 


Join in, lurk around, you decide but we'd love you to be part of one of the biggest and THE friendliest out there!

HSfB Discussion Forums

Facebook Group


Like your Facebook Groups? HSfB's is a must join! 

Our Facebook Group perfectly compliments our established Discussion Forums.


We pride ourselves on giving people the respect that they deserve with whatever query they may have. Our brilliant moderator team do a great job looking after us all.


Join up, let's make it the biggest and friendliest out there!


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Downloads for improving and maintaining the competence of your workforce and your health and safety culture


Check out the links a little further down for your free downloads a range of training tools and topics like inductions, toolbox talks, training matrix, course evaluations etc.


It's all about sharing best practice

AA Asbestos Training by Gorgeous-Girl

AA Training Presentation by Gorgeous-Girl

Asbestos Awareness by Alan Houghton

Behavioural Safety Program by Simon Holmes

Blank Training Database by Matthew Durbin

Ergonomics Toolbox by Craig Lydiate

Fire Life Safety Training by Francis Omoike

Pre-use Checks Toolbox Talk by Stevie Johnno

Safety Induction by Malcolm Strong

Toolbox Talks by Andrew Burgess

Toolbox Talks by Otto

Training Programme by Robosafe

Training Matrix by DennisH

Use of PPE by Simon Holmes

HSfB's Health and Safety Community


Our HSfB community really is second to none...friendly, respectful, honest, and passionate about health and safety. Our amazing volunteer Admin / Moderator team work so hard to ensure we have a safe place to network with our peers, all with one common goal, to stop people being injured or made ill at work.


It's all about sharing best practice.