In this episode, Philip White, director of regulation at the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) and Peter Brown, HSE’s director of engagement and policy, discuss changes in the 50 years since the Roben’s report, managing stress and mental ill health, and how the regulator kept things in proportion during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Despite the relaxation of COVID-19 restrictions around the world, vigilance remains essential when it comes to safety and hygiene in the workplace. So how can employers safely reinstate or introduce drug and alcohol screening without compromising covid safety?
Mental ill health in the workplace is a risk like any other, says Tim Marsh CFIOSH, who encourages organisations to address the psychological health of employees proactively, objectively and practically.
A growing number of women are experiencing difficulties at work because they are struggling with menopausal symptoms, often in silence – but there are ways that responsible employers can help. This video shows health and safety managers how to spot the signs and offer support.
A growing number of women in their 40s and 50s are leaving the workplace because they are struggling with menopausal symptoms, often in silence. Employers and health professionals must offer better support and education, enabling all women to flourish in their careers.