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Singapore committee unveils WSH strategy recommendations to improve OSH

A workplace safety and health (WSH) committee tasked with developing a 10-year plan to improve OSH standards in Singapore has outlined its preliminary proposals. 

England’s first SHE apprenticeship launched

The first cohort of 20 trainees have started England’s first safety, health and environment (SHE) technician apprenticeship, which was launched last week.

Indonesian businesses told to extend protection to stressed workers

Indonesian employers must provide practical support to minimise employee stress under a new ministerial regulation, which extends safety and health protection to workers.


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Plant protection

Manufacturing and storage sites are subject to multiple fire hazards, from dropped cigarettes to compressed pistachios. We map the route to a thorough risk assessment. 

Learning from: health psychologists

How can evidence-based techniques to change unhealthy public behaviour be translated to the workplace?

Lone worker Special: Field studies

With more people working alone than ever, training has to keep pace if staff are to manage new and more complex risk.