Let's take time out to remember some of the evil cunts who have fucked up wales and the welsh people may i start with baron robens of woldingham, the. Obituary: lord robens of woldingham when lord justice edmund davies's report on the tragedy was published in august 1967 the coal board was scathingly criticised robens offered to resign but . Work by lord alfred robens, a former chair of the national coal board in may 1970, barbara castle, secretary of robens report in june 1972 was that.
Discover alfred robens, baron robens of woldingham famous and rare quotes we should never be allowed to forget that. Full text full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version get a printable copy (pdf file) of the complete article (925k), or click on a page image below to browse page by page. A flawed hero reprinted from safety and health practitioner, february 2015 lord robens, the man whose report laid the foundations for this ground-breaking . Occupational health and safety in the australian mining industry kingdom, lord robens, delivered a report into safety and health in work in the uk, carried out by . Nearing the “sunny uplands” of robens’ self regulation mr roderick allison hse, rose court, 2 southwark bridge, london se1 9hs by lord robens in his report.
Committee on safety and health at work and robens, alfred safety and health at work report of the committee, 1970-72 chairman: lord robens hm stationery off london 1972. A section of the report condemns the behaviour of lord robens in a fine piece of official prose: for the national coal board, through its counsel, thus to invite the tribunal to ignore the evidence given by its chairman was, at one and the same time, both remarkable and, in the circumstances, understandable. Robbins report 1963 higher education - notes on the text robbins (1963) 1963 robbins report (text) lionel (lord) robbins (1898-1984) was head of the economics . The committee was chaired by lord robens, chairman of the national coal board and comprised six other members the committee reported in june 1972, and its report was printed in the following month (cmnd 5034).
The robens report was supported by an extensive publicity campaign, in which lord robens took to the television, newspapers and radio to explain his recommendations overall, both sides of industry and the two main political parties welcomed the report. Audio interview with lord robens the recording and photograph is from our digital archive (2nd from right in photo, with james tye on the left). 26th june 2012 safety and health at work: report of the committee 1970-72 chairman lord robens those who have studied regulatory policy have heard about this report, which marks a major milestone, an entire shift of regulatory practice across the world from prescriptive to performance based (and self-regulatory) concepts.
The working of the health and safety commission and executive: achievements since the robens report together with the proceedings of the committee and minutes of evidence taken before the committee on 9, 16 and 23 june and 6 july 1982 and appendices. A flawed hero: from aberfan to hswa forty years on from the hswa’s introduction, lord robens, the man whose report laid the foundations for this ground-breaking legislation, is hailed as a hero but, as tim marsh argues, his conduct at the aberfan disaster inquiry paints a far less flattering picture. Lord robens, the ncb chairman, appeared dramatically in the final days of the tribunal to give evidence and admitted that the coal board had been at fault had this admission been made at the beginning of the inquiry, much of what followed at the tribunal would have been unnecessary. This copy of this report has been provided by mark parcell lord robens members mr g h beeby miss mervyn pike, mp robens (chairman) g h beeby.