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the Health and Safety Executive

in the UK, the government organization that is responsible for making sure employees do not suffer from illness or injury caused by problems at work: Inspectors from the Health and Safety Executive have expressed serious doubts about the new building projects. Health and Safety Executive officials/investigators/inspectors
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