Helping Great Britain Work Well


In conversation with Rob Strange: innovation and cultural shifts

Rob Strange OBE, ex-CEO of both the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) and the Association for Project Safety Read More

HS2 vows to leave health and safety legacy

The new high-speed rail network, known as High Speed 2 (HS2), plans to connect the cities of London, Birmingham, Manchester Read More

Learn lessons from safety – it’s time to focus on health

Professor David Fishwick, Chief Medical Adviser to the Health and Safety Executive in Great Britain explains why the effective management Read More

Better Health at Work Alliance launched

The Better Health at Work Alliance (BHWA) has been launched to bring together leading workplace health specialists in one area. Read More

In conversation with Sheila Pantry: curiosity and single malt whisky

Sheila Pantry OBE, former Head of Information Services at the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) and winner of IOSH’s lifetime Read More

IOSH Staffordshire Branch inauguration

IOSH welcomed two members of the HSE Recruitment Network team to their launch event for the IOSH Staffordshire branch. Read More

CIEH: putting ‘health’ back into health and safety

Frank Post, executive director at CIEH explains how the organisation is putting health back into health and safety, and how the organisation is tying in to the HSE's strategic direction on 'Helping Great Britain Work Well'. Read More

National health and safety strategy launched at Battersea Power Station

      A new strategy instigated by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has been launched at Battersea Power Read More



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A guide to Work Equipment

Forklift Trucks: Director’s Briefing

Manual Handling in the Workplace: Employee Factsheet

Driving at work: Director’s Briefing

Understanding contractor risk in the construction industry