Researchers to explore OSH service delivery around the world

With four out of five of the world’s workforce estimated to not have access to basic occupational safety and health (OSH) services, researchers are set to explore the reasons behind this and how it might be improved. Read More

New centre for occupational safety and health launched in Scotland

A new centre for occupational safety and health has been launched in Scotland, hoped to drive research, teaching and shared knowledge in the sector. Read More

Expo preview: IOSH keynotes on the benefits of cross-team collaboration

OSH practitioners can, and should, cooperate effectively across their organisation in pursuit of complementary goals, argue IOSH luminaries... Read More

Conducting research – The importance of definitions and strategy

David Day, Head of SHE at nuclear specialist Nuvia UK, talks about importance of research planning. Read More

IOSH: Employers have ‘fundamental duty’ to ensure health and safety

Responding to the government's Good Work plan, IOSH has made a series of recommendations. Read More

Govt pledge to “fundamentally change” parliament’s working culture

Govt pledges to change working culture in parliament, after a report revealed more than a third of staff experienced harassment or bullying in the last year. Read More

MPs to leave Parliament as safety fears and risk of “major failure” grows

MPs have voted to leave Parliament while a multi-million refit takes place after a number of safety incidents Read More

Academics “struggling” to respond to student mental health

Responding to student mental health problems is now an “inevitable part” of the job for many university academics, a new report has claimed. Read More

IOSH: Call for more information on nanotechnology

The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) has called for more information to be shared about the growing use of nanotechnology in building materials. Read More

Best of SHP 2017: Is perceived stress really more important than serious injuries & fatalities?

Following IOSH president Graham Parker's keynote address at this year's annual conference, and an increased focus on wellbeing by other organisations and firms, Dominic Cooper asks: should mental health really be the focus for safety and health practitioners? Read More

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