As we approach our 75th anniversary in April, we’re seeing increased commitment to improving safety and health at work in emerging economies. This wave of interest relies on the good work and daily dedication of members.
Human beings are the only species that make a conscious decision to miss out on sleep because we don’t see it as being a productive use of our time. If something has to be sacrificed in our hectic lives, it tends to be a good night’s sleep.
Safe work at height is fundamentally important in occupational safety, so it’s been particularly satisfying to help produce a new, and free, output in this area called Safety Steps.
As the UK Parliament is dissolved for the forthcoming general election, any newly elected administration must prioritise workplace health.
On the ﬁrst day of its annual conference this year, IOSH launched its white paper, Tackling Modern Slavery Together. The institution is calling on the government and businesses to take concerted action to reduce and eliminate modern slavery practices, both in the UK and overseas.
IOSH’s head of advice and practice offers his views on continuous improvement
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