Louis Wustemann is former editor, IOSH Magazine. He was previously editor of Health and Safety at Work magazine and Environment in Business. He has written, edited and consulted on health and safety, environmental and employment matters for more than 25 years.
Our poll of more than 2300 safety and health professionals gives insights into pay rates, qualifications and how practitioners have been affected personally and professionally by the coronavirus pandemic.
How to reduce the safety, health and wellbeing risks associated with hybrid working was the topic debated by an expert panel in a webinar hosted by IOSH magazine and sponsored by EHS software specialists EcoOnline.
As IOSH launches a new campaign to place social issues – and safety and health in particular – at the heart of corporate sustainability measurement and reporting, we look at the place of human capital in managing businesses that are both profitable and sustainable.
Sustainability is a high priority for big business, but what about the smaller companies that account for the majority of employment in the world? We look at the pressures on smaller businesses to prioritise the triple bottom line.
Ignoring the risks of whole-body vibration exposure can lead to misery for vehicle operators, and hefty sickness bills for their employers. As industry ramps up after extended shutdowns, the risks could be more present than ever.
Safe working conditions should be an inalienable right for all, as many governments and international bodies accept – if only on paper. What progress is being made towards making the avoidance of harm central to the world of work?