In this exclusive interview, IOSH magazine's former editor Nick Warburton sits down with Professor Dame Carol Black, to talk about the value of occupational health services and emerging issues that will require our attention as we return to the new normal.
In this episode, two members of the IOSH Future Leaders steering group explore where they get their inspiration from as health and safety practitioners, discuss how to develop power skills, and give our listeners some fresh ideas about different places we can all learn from.
This episode has been taken over by three IOSH Future Leaders: Alpa Vadher, Adam Gawne and Abdulhanan Cheema. They discuss how to be a good safety influencer, and the new standard for psychosocial risks and how it might impact mental health in the workplace.
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.
In this episode, outgoing IOSH chief executive Bev Messinger reflects on the challenges and achievements of her four years at the helm of the world's largest occupational health and safety membership organisation.