Triennial review of the Industrial Injuries Advisory Council: call for evidence
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This call for evidence seeks evidence and information to inform the triennial review of the Industrial Injuries Advisory Council.
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The purpose of the triennial review of the Industrial Injuries Advisory Council (IIAC) is to challenge the continuing need for the body, for its function and for its provision by government.
We are keen to hear views and gather evidence from all parties with an interest in the work of IIAC, such as:
- claimants’ representatives
- occupational medical and health institutions
- trade unions
- employer organisations
- any other individuals or organisations with an interest in IIAC’s work
All non-departmental public bodies (NDPBs) undergo a substantive review at least once every 3 years.
We published the report of the 2012 IIAC triennial review in 2013.
Published: 16 January 2015
Updated: 12 March 2015
- Added a link to the triennial review of the Industrial Injuries Advisory Council.
- First published.