safety training


Addressing ‘learned helplessness’ in the workplace

Brendan Street, Professional Head of Emotional Wellbeing at Nuffield Health, discusses how to support employees dealing with feelings of negativity and helplessness in the workplace and how to help them to excel while pandemic restrictions remain. Read More

8 common forklift truck hazards managers should look out for

Forklift training provider Mentor reveals some of the most common areas of bad practice that managers should look out for and promptly stamp out. 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

NEBOSH launches new fire safety qualification for low risk workplaces

NEBOSH has launched a new globally relevant fire safety qualification to help those in low to medium risk workplaces build in-house fire safety expertise and develop practical fire safety skills that can be used to protect people, buildings and business. Read More

NEBOSH National General Certificate now available via Virtual Classroom

Make UK has been focused on developing their range of health and safety training to offer a range of flexible virtual and face-to-face delivery options, making it as easy as possible for people to get the skills they need and build their careers in this area. Read More

Employee wellbeing: critical for business success in 2021

Alaana Woods, Commercial Director at Bupa Health Clinics, explains how businesses cannot just survive, but thrive, in 2021 by engaging employees with their health and wellbeing and provides some tips on how to put employee wellbeing top of the agenda. Read More

Why are there so few female Chartered Fellows in IOSH?

Claire Saunders CFIOSH is one of just 0.1% of chartered Fellows within IOSH that are women. In this article, she asks whether IOSH should be doing more to help its female members to become Fellows, whether women are creating their own barriers and provides some information on getting your Fellowship Portfolio together. Read More

New skills development centre for safety and health professionals

Safety and health professionals’ capabilities are being scrutinised more closely than ever. So how do you evaluate the skills which are most important to your organisation and, ultimately, the success of the health and safety team? Read More

‘Safety technology can’t always replace training’

Darren Clapich, Business Development Manager at HGVC, talks to SHD Logistics about the safety of our most important asset – our people – and how it continues to change. Read More

‘75% of attendees positively change their behaviours as a result of VR training’

John Kersey, SHP’s safety technology expert and judge in the SHP Trailblazer in Technology awards, speaks to Luke Robinson, H&S Programme, Strategy and Innovation Manager at Wincanton PLC, about his personal experiences in implementing and taking forward immersive training technology in the workplace. Read More



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Post-Brexit environmental health and safety regulations in the UK

How to reduce noise in the workplace

A guide to COSHH management in the healthcare sector

Contact tracing and COVID-19 director’s briefing

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