As countries in Europe begin to ease some of the Coronavirus-related restrictions, we consider how to support employees' emotional health as we gradually return to work with social distancing measures in place.
Individuals who work as online content moderators are often exposed to violent, distressing and exploitative material. We look at how employers can minimise the OSH risks and improve working conditions.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has published new guidance on how it deals with reports of work-related stress, with a reminder that it is not the appropriate body to investigate concerns “solely related to individual cases of bullying or harassment, but may consider this if there is evidence of a wider organisational failing”.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is to renew efforts to promote its management standards to tackle work-related stress after signs that the regulator’s Helping Great Britain Work Well campaign has stalled.
Safety & Health Expo 2019, the UK’s biggest event for health and safety professionals, opens its doors next week at ExCeL London, from 18-20 June for three days of product launches, business, learning and networking.