While it is no longer acceptable to assume that all men are stronger than all women, or that people of one colour have different personalities to those of another colour it is, it appears, entirely acceptable to declare that anyone born since 1980 is addicted to social media and will ‘challenge traditional hierarchical HSE systems’, while anyone born before that date is a luddite with no understanding of the modern age, but will be quite happy to toe the line.
Since its establishment in 1928, RRC International has helped millions of individuals all over the world achieve professional, educational and vocational qualifications. RRC are well established within the HSE training industries and will be attending the Health & Safety Event at the NEC in Birmingham 28 - 30 April.
With the rise in self-employment, independent contractors, and workers accessing the labour market via online platforms, the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has published new research on the risks and benefits of the growing ‘gig’ economy in order to inform future occupational safety and health policy.
The government is to consult on a new duty to require businesses and Local Authorities to put in place measures to protect the public in the event of a terrorist attack, according to plans from the Home Office.
In the days when most computers had black screens with green text, the term ‘What You See Is What You Get’ (WYSIWYG, pronounced whizzy-wig) referred to new computers that were being developed by companies like Apple and Xerox, where documents appeared on the screen as they would be printed.
Organisations must be prepared and plan effectively and explain to employees how they will respond in the event of an outbreak of Coronavirus, IOSH vice-president Tim Eldridge said last week on BBC World News.