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2004 Select Committee Inquiry into the Work of the HSE

The Select Committee on the Department of Work and Pensions took evidence on the work of the HSC/E during 2004.

You can access key documents and analysis from this page

Evidence of the Centre for Corporate Accountability
Evidence of the Health and Safety Commission (word doc)
Report of the Select Committee
Government Response (word doc)
Parliamentary Debate

The Work and Pensions Select Committee is appointed under Standing Order No. 152 of the House of Commons to: 

“examine the expenditure, administration and policy of the Department for Work and Pensions and its associated public bodies".

The following MPs are members of the Committee:

- Sir Archy Kirkwood
Liberal Democrat Roxburgh and Berwickshire  

Ms Vera Baird QC
Labour Redcar 
- Miss Anne Begg Labour Aberdeen South 
- Ms Karen Buck Labour Regent's Park and Kensington North
- Mr Andrew Dismore Labour Hendon 
- Mr Paul Goodman Conservative Wycombe
- Mr David Hamilton Labour Midlothian 
- Mrs Joan Humble Labour Blackpool North and Fleetwood  
- Rob Marris Labour Wolverhampton South West    
- Andrew Selous Conservative South West Bedfordshire
- Nigel Waterson Conservative Eastbourne     


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Page last updated on December 6, 2004