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They have been chosen from a record 45 candidates and will serve for three years, joining existing Council members, from the AGM on 18 September.
The elected members are:
• Fraser Allan
• Lawrence Bamber
• Raymond Bone
• Neil Catton
• Nicholas Cornwell-Smith
• David Gold
• Louise Hosking
• Mary Lawrence
• Michelle Peate Morgan
• Jyssica Murphy
• Andrew Sharman
• Daisy Silcock
Council represents IOSH members, holding the Board of Trustees accountable for its performance against key responsibilities on their behalf. It also debates key strategic, professional and policy issues.
A total of 3,051 votes were cast in the election, a turnout of 6.7%.
IOSH would like to thank all members who voted or put themselves forward for election, and congratulates the candidates who have been elected.
The findings, published in May, included key recommendations such as having clearer relevant regulation, guidance and enforcement and improved fire-safety competence for all involved.At the conference in Birmingham, Dame Judith hopes to engage delegates on how a “culture change” can happen in the construction industry which will ensure people feel safe – and are safe – in their homes.
But none of it would be possible without successfully managing the huge variety of health and safety risks that producing such shows presents.From well-known cast and presenters to the film crew behind the cameras, Ruth Denyer and the risk team work with the production at ITV to support them in managing health and safety risks while they create must-watch television.
The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) says the new category will enable it to “develop and improve” the support it offers for people new to the profession which, in the UK and worldwide, needs to sustain a flow of new talent as demand grows.IOSH student membership can:• enable students to demonstrate commitment to high professional standards of training and ethics from the start, boosting their post-study employability
IOSH, the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health, will launch its support for this vital campaign run across Europe by EU-OSHA, the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work, at Castleknock Hotel during this year’s IOSH Ireland Conference.Many workers are exposed to dangerous substances at work every year. Cancer, respiratory illnesses and skin diseases are some of the health issues caused by exposure to hazardous substances at work.
An IOSH member for two decades, Prof Sharman is chief executive of RMS, a global safety and health consultancy which supports organisations in high-risk sectors including mining, construction and oil and gas. He was elected by members of the IOSH’s Council, its representative body, this week and will take up the post on Tuesday 18 September, subject to confirmation at IOSH's AGM. He will become President in September 2019.
Dr Ho, head of corporate safety at rail operator MTR Corporation, is keen for his profession to “embrace” developments in technology and to continue seeking out new opportunities to improve worker protection around the world.He was confirmed as President of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH), taking over from Craig Foyle, at its AGM in Birmingham on Tuesday 18 September. He is the first person from the Asia-Pacific region to take up the role.