This easy-to-read guide to unchaining your brain is short, concise and practices what it preaches. The book’s primary theme is simply focusing on one thing at a time, and as its theme, it’s a short, sharp and effortless read.
Samantha Banfield, workforce safety, health and environment adviser at Network Rail, describes how she went from sociology graduate to rail industry safety adviser via a waitressing stint – and how working towards overcoming impostor syndrome has made her a better OSH professional.
An international career spanning five decades has allowed Malcolm McIntyre CFIOSH, IOSH Balkans representative and formerly global health and safety audit manager at Bovis Lend Lease, countless insights into effective OSH management.
As we celebrate International Women’s Day on 8 March, women in senior OSH positions around the world talk about improving women’s working conditions, and how much more work there is to do to achieve gender parity in the profession.
After a 21-month safety, health and environment (SHE) apprenticeship with Kärcher, Liv Beckinsale joined the cleaning technology firm as a SHE coordinator in May. Last year, as an 18-year-old, she attended the inaugural IOSH Future Leaders Conference.
After 13 years as a plumber, Scott Middleton switched career paths and became a legionella team leader for a local authority before taking on his current role as health and safety specialist in NHS Grampian’s corporate health and safety team. He also represented the IOSH North East of Scotland branch at last year’s IOSH Future Leaders Conference.