Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) chief executive Bev Messinger has been named ‘Rising CEO Star’ at the Charity Times Awards 2019.
High-rise construction site workers aren’t treating evacuation alarms seriously enough and are “risking their lives” by not responding immediately, new research reveals today.
Proposals aimed at reducing the number of British people who lose their jobs because of disabilities and ill health provide an opportunity that must be “vigorously seized”, the professional body for workplace health and safety professionals said today.
The programme for IOSH 2019 is live – and includes journalist and author Frank Gardner, who will recount his personal story of survival.
The name says it all. Safety4Good demonstrates the many positive things safety and health professionals do to enable events, projects and new ventures to happen in ways that protect and improve the safety and health of people and workplaces.
Singapore rail operator SMRT Trains has scooped a major industry award for introducing a laser track trolley which has improved the efficiency of work carried out and reduced safety and health risks faced by maintenance workers.
With construction site accidents claiming 60,000 lives around the world every year – a figure dwarfed by the number who die from work-related illness – two courses have been launched to help businesses in the sector better protect workers.
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