changing world of work


Understanding the next generation of workers: Insights on expectations of work and perceptions about health and safety

In order to gain greater insight about the expectations and perceptions of the next generation of workers, HSE's Helen Beers invited a group of students who are currently studying science subjects, to discuss their perceptions about work and risks to health and safety. Read More

Changing worlds of work and occupational health: Insights on working into older age

In order to gain greater insight into the reality of working into older age within a changing world of work, and any health implications of this, HSE's Helen Beers has collaborated with Nina Day and Sheena Johnson to gather evidence from the GB logistics and transport sector. Read More

Artificial intelligence: discussion and conclusions

In her final article on artificial intelligence and the impact on work and occupational health and safety, Helen Beers sums Read More

How AI could benefit the world of work and impact on OSH

Previous articles in this series by HSE’s Foresight Centre have described artificial intelligence (AI) as machines having traits such as Read More

The influence of artificial intelligence on future skills

Helen Beers, from the HSE’s foresight centre, explores what influence Artificial Intelligence (AI) has on skills required for the future and which Read More

How will artificial intelligence impact on our jobs?

In her fourth article in her series on artificial intelligence, Helen Beers looks at how making machines smart might impact Read More

What’s enabling and hindering artificial intelligence?

The science of making machines ‘smart’ (referred to as artificial intelligence (AI)) involves giving machines qualities such as learning and Read More

Artificial intelligence: current trends and future developments

In her second article on artificial intelligence, Dr Helen Beers, technical lead at the HSE’s foresight centre at the Health Read More

The future of health and safety: in conversation with Helen Beers, HSL

HSE’s Foresight Centre at the Health and Safety Laboratory carries out varied and thought provoking work. Its aim is to Read More

Graphic: The changing nature of work will affect gender diferently

In her sixth article for SHP, Dr Helen Beers explains why the changing nature of work will affect men and Read More



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