A safety charity has forced the HSE to hand over information so that it can track how it deals with work-related deaths

The Information Commissioner (IC) has ruled that the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) must provide names of those who have died in work-related deaths.

The decision follows a request by a safety charity.

The Center for Corporate Accountability wants the information so that it can publicise the circumstances of work-related deaths and track how they are being dealt with by prosecutors.