A global poll has given a sense of the magnitude of workplace violence and harassment, with a fifth of respondents (21%) admitting they have experienced at least one form of it during their working lives.
The National Police Chiefs Council (NPCC) and the College of Policing have published a joint report recommending action to ensure the police failures made after the Hillsborough disaster can never happen again.
We look at a proactive HSE prosecution case that combined the instincts of a tenacious HSE inspector with the technical knowledge of one of her colleagues to hold a LEV examination and testing company to account.
The UK government has rejected the Women and Equalities Committee’s recommendations to pilot a workplace menopause leave policy in England and to consult on making menopause a protected characteristic.
Nick Wilson, director of health and safety services at WorkNest, has more than 20 years of training experience, working with individuals from the top to bottom of organisations. Here he explains the steps you can take to improve the effectiveness of training and increased employee engagement when delivering courses.
Organisations should provide their crisis management teams with the correct level of training, investment and support so they can respond effectively to the major global risks facing the world in 2023.
Newcastle City Council has accepted responsibility for failing to properly manage the risk of a decayed willow tree that collapsed in strong winds and struck several children while they were playing at Gosforth Park First School in Newcastle upon Tyne during the lunchbreak.
The 2009 financial crash brought a wave of redundancies across UK industries and another period of economic uncertainty has emerged since the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr Fiona Charlton talks about her own experience; how best to respond to being made redundant; and how key stakeholders can better support IOSH members