No-one should be injured or made ill at work
Our mission is to keep people as safe and healthy as possible in their work through education and practical guidance.
Who we are
We promote excellence in workplace health, safety and environmental management across the world, with members in more than 60 countries.
The British Safety Council a not-for-profit membership organisation, and work with our members to develop best practice. All our resources are used to help reduce risk, prevent injuries and promote health and well-being in the workplace.
For over 30 years, we have provided our world-leading products and services to the Indian market from our head office in London.
With establishing British Safety Council (India) LLP and the opening of our Mumbai office in November 2017, our local team now provides a prompt and comprehensive service to both our existing and new customers, benefiting from local knowledge and first-hand experience of working in India.
We also formed a strategic partnership with the NIST Institute. This relationship allows us to deliver our products across the whole of India, irrespective of customer size, sector or location.
With a complementary set of products and services, NIST Institute supports us in delivering our products and services to our growing Indian customer base. In addition, NIST Institute also provide our products to its customer base. We, in turn, refer our customers to NIST Institute when applicable.
What we do
We are a trusted leader in health, safety and environmental management. As a not-for-profit organisation, we use all our resources to reduce risk and prevent injuries in the workplace, across the world.
We help organisations - of all sizes and in all sectors - develop and maintain effective policies and processes. We work with our members to develop best practice.
We’ve been doing this for 60 years, educating millions of workers and making hundreds of thousands of workplaces safer. We’re consulted directly on legislation and campaign actively to raise standards.
Membership – Together we are changing the world of work for the better. Join a global community of health and safety advocates and access to trusted expertise, information and support.
Campaigns and policy – We make experience count. We’ve helped influence and shape health and safety policy and law since 1957.
Training and learning – We'll help you to develop knowledge and expertise, in whatever ways best suit your organisation and employees. Our educational support is comprehensive and flexible and covers all aspects of health, safety and environmental management.
Audit and consultancy – We identify what you do well and provide you with expert advice on how to achieve the highest standards in health, safety and environmental management, always in line with evolving standards and legislation.
Awards and events – Highly regarded by your professional peers, our awards recognise excellence in health, safety and environmental performance. We also organise and deliver events to support best practice, reduce risk, prevent injuries and promote health and well-being in the workplace.
Publications - Our publications include thought provoking news, features, profiles and opinion as well as the latest legislation. The range includes best practice guides, a health and safety newsletter and our magazine Safety Management.
Our role is to help you achieve the very highest health and safety standards required by law, to protect your bottom line and your staff. We achieve this by teaching the right courses to the people who need them. We learn from our global network of health and safety professionals.
We ceaselessly campaign for better health and safety and are a not-for-profit organisation, which means we use all our resources to achieve our vision.
We work with organisations - of all sizes and in all sectors - from small firms to international corporations.
We work with people at every level of those organisations, from school leavers through to health and safety professionals, and board directors.
Our founder James Tye was a pioneering campaigner who helped to transform the British way of life. His efforts led directly to the ground-breaking 1974 Health and Safety at Work Act, as well as the introduction of car seat belts.
You can explore our rich history with our new digital archive, which includes long-lost posters, photographs, magazines and correspondence.
In 2004 we became a government-regulated awarding organisation and have since developed a full suite of health and safety qualifications within the national framework. We were the official supplier of health and safety training and consultancy services (ODA) for the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Our charitable purposes
We start from the ethical imperative that everyone has the right to safe and healthy working conditions. All our activities are for public benefit and the wider community.
We are registered with the Charity Commission (registration number 1097271) - see http://www.charitycommission.gov.uk/find-charities/ and the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator (registration number SC037998) - see http://www.oscr.org.uk/.