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‘People can find it hard to recognise success in people who do things differently’

Samantha Mepham, Health and Safety Partner at Rider Levett Bucknall, discusses the challenges she has navigated as a woman in health and safety. Read More

Psychological health and safety and equity, diversity and inclusion – what’s the link?

An Eversheds Sutherland and Women in Health and Safety network partner event for Stress Awareness Month, taking place from 11am-12noon on Friday 22 April 2022. Read More

10 issues set to affect construction supply chains in 2022

Supply chain risk management expert CHAS, highlights ten issues that will affect construction supply chains in 2022. Read More

Louise Hosking and Jimmy Quinn on IOSH Presidency and looking ahead to 2022

IOSH President Louise Hosking and IOSH Immediate Past President Jimmy Quinn discuss the challenges of COVID-19 and look ahead to 2022. Read More

‘We’ve got to come together as a profession and it’s extraordinary and exciting’

Louise Hosking officially began her tenure as President of IOSH in November, taking over from Jimmy Quinn, who becomes Immediate Past President. In this article, SHP speaks to both Jimmy and Louise to look back on the last 12 months and to see what’s in store for 2022. Read More

‘Profession must continue demonstrating value,’ Louise Hosking takes over as IOSH President

New IOSH President, Louise Hosking, is calling on her profession to demonstrate how it can continue adding value to businesses through creating “inclusive, healthy and psychologically safe” workplaces. Read More

Research highlights safety requirements of Neurodiverse fans at live sporting events

Developments to ticketing, staff training and matchday information will improve the experience of neurodiverse fans, according to new research commissioned by the Sports Grounds Safety Authority (SGSA). Read More

IOSH taking ‘positive steps’ to address equality, diversity, and inclusion imbalance in the profession

In her recent SHP article, Why are there so few female Chartered Fellows in IOSH?, Claire Saunders raised some important points. Here, Vanessa Harwood-Whitcher, Director of Professional Services at IOSH, provides a response. Read More

Sex and the safety message…

Tim Marsh revisits an old article of his and asks, is it better to risk offending the few to get an important message over to the many? Or is there a bigger picture that renders such short-term concerns irrelevant? Read More

How to support women’s health in the workplace

Some small, but achievable, steps to help promote women’s health in the workplace. Read More



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