no time to lose


IOSH Conference: ‘No Time to Lose’ campaign progress discussed

Representatives from construction, rail, and mineral products firms have discussed progress on tackling exposure to respirable crystalline silica (RCS) at this year's IOSH conference. Read More

Work-related cancer claims 742,000 lives a year

One person dies every 43 seconds from work-related cancer, new global research has revealed. Read More

IOSH Sun Awareness Week

Part of IOSH’s ‘No Time to Lose’ campaign, Sun Awareness Week has kicked off this week, starting on the 8th Read More

World Cancer Day – Reflecting on occupational cancer

World Cancer Day 4 February 2016 Taking place under the tagline ‘We can. I can.’, World Cancer Day 2016-2018 will Read More

UK’s first fire and rescue service signs up to IOSH campaign

Kent Fire and Rescue Service (KFRS) is backing a campaign to raise awareness of occupational cancer. KFRS say they are Read More

IOSH No Time to Lose campaign marks first anniversary

An international campaign to raise awareness of occupational cancers has directly reached hundreds of thousands of workers in its first Read More

IOSH Rail Industry conference 2015 


How learning lessons from the past can help shape the future of railway safety and health will be highlighted at Read More

Delivering sun safety – Royal Mail Group

Royal Mail Group has this year refined its sun-safety approach to help postal workers avoid the harmful effects of solar Read More

Playing safe: festival season

June traditionally marks the beginning of the UK’s outdoor festival season. Carl Hagemann offers his thoughts on the general principles Read More

Working outdoors safely: a guide to avoiding skin cancer

Free download: Legislation Update eBook The last six months have seen some major publications in health and safety, not least the Read More



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Lone working: Farming amongst the most hazardous occupations

Legislation Update eBook

Preventing occupational skin disorders: skin care best practice

A Guide to Full Body Protection

The Road to Wellbeing eBook – British Safety Council

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Mental Health is...
a current part of my role in health and safety
60%
28
run by another department, but I contribute to policy
19%
9
nothing to do with my department
21%
10