against diabetes risk & liability

Diabetes is an invisible condition posing often unrecognised health and safety risks to companies. Civil and criminal liability could follow if steps have not been taken to identify and eliminate the risk.

Hiding in plain sight

Diabetes is an invisible epidemic; 700 people are diagnosed daily, over 150+ amputations occur each week and 3.7 million people have diabetes with a further 1 million undiagnosed. This hidden condition is ever present and leaving people and companies at risk.

The Diabetes Safety Organisation

We are passionate about helping companies provide the highest standard of health and safety to their staff through understanding diabetes and managing it effectively.  We believe it is time that employers started to understand the risk that their employees and they themselves face and work together to eliminate it. We work with the international law firm Gowling WLG and our courses are reviewed by the DSO medical board.

Your Solution

Our online and face to face services offer an effective strategy to tackle the growing safety risks and health consequences of diabetes and undiagnosed diabetes, giving your company and staff, safety confidence. The benefits of our services include:

  • Save lives
  • Reducing risk and liability
  • Decreasing absence
  • Supporting corporate social responsibility
  • Meeting DVLA standards

You're in good company

Many of the UK’s leading construction companies trust the Diabetes Safety Organisation to protect them from diabetes risk and liability.

700 diagnises a day

700 people diagnosed a day is staggering. Everyone is still talking about your presentation and the one less! We hope you will be back next year.

​​​​Bob Bridge
Deputy Chair, South Yorkshire and Humber Working Well Together Group

Incredible impact

Showing the members the impact on their health, such as erectile dysfunction and blindness, along with the impact on their companies with litigation risk and ill health, really hit the message home. We all took a lot from the talk and the safety aspects  of diabetes in our workplace.

Tony Seddon
Managing Director, FASET