A training technique typically used in art education offers a fresh perspective on identifying hazards.
Embedding a particular mindset within an organisation’s workforce needs buy-in from everyone. To maintain safety standards it is essential, but how can this be achieved?
Costain-Skanska JV’s work on the High Speed 2 rail link’s central London site has changed perceptions on sensitively delivering urban archaeology projects while pleasing two disparate professions.
Three specialists outline five key lessons that OSH professionals can consider in their work.
Workers often recognise and correct their own errors before it is too late, research shows.
From using artificial intelligence to save lives and guidance on implementing wellbeing strategies to the importance of language and managing contractor safety across boundaries, IOSH’s annual international conference has something for everyone
With the latest UK stats showing an upward spike in fatalities and reflecting a pattern seen in other countries, how should we interpret these trends and what lessons can we draw from research?
Safety differently and initiatives to promote wellbeing could complement each other. They appear to be based on similar principles and, with a clear understanding of these, practitioners may be able to create more successful interventions.
Simulation technology allows Royal Mail’s postal workers to experience a dog attack without any of the risk – or pain.
Sensor technology can help project teams to make critical decisions early on in a process.
Environmental Health & Safety,Manufacturing,Risk management
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Environmental Health & Safety,Occupational Health & Hygiene
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