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June 2016

Strategy drafting
The way forward

In the first of two excerpts from a forthcoming book The Ten-Step MBA for Health and Safety Practitioners, we set out the steps to draw up an OSH strategy. 

EU referendum
Brexit: the ins and outs

What might a vote to leave the EU signify for the UK’s OSH regulations? We weigh the evidence.

Leader interview
Ruth Gallagher, Heathrow

The airport operator’s safety improvement director believes in the necessity of making safety personal and the limits of technical skills. 

IOSH 2016 Conference preview

We interview two more speakers from the institution’s June gathering. 

Conference report
OH2016: Northern exposure

Oil producers have more than their share of health hazards to defend their workforces against, so it is not surprising they contributed some of the best practice examples at the British Occupational Hygiene Society’s annual conference.

Cyber resilience
The weakest link

The more devices are networked, the more hackers threaten not just organisations’ data security but their physical assets and employees’ safety. We set out what OSH practitioners can do to protect them.