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High levels of worker representation linked to better stress management

Organisations with high levels of worker representation and management commitment to occupational safety and health (OSH) are five times more likely to manage stress and psychosocial risks well than those without. This is one of the findings of a new analysis of European workplace OSH management data by the European Risk Observatory

Process safety neglected in board discussions

Process safety is a less common topic on board agendas in high-hazard organisations than general safety performance, according to a survey by consultancy DuPont Sustainable Solutions.

Film prize winner highlights automation risks

A US documentary which raises awareness of how automation will affect the future of work has won joint best film at the 60th International Leipzig Festival for Documentary and Animated Film.


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Humber Bridge: open all hours

Maintaining the Grade 1 listed structure involves working round high wind speeds and 24/7 traffic flow.

Learning from: quality managers

In our series on what OSH professionals can learn from other professions, we look at those who are responsible for minimising defects and ensuring improvement. 

Foundation documents

Whether it’s for your own organisation or someone else’s, we look at the essential components to include in a safety and health policy.