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January Blues: SHP’s guide to helping workers beat the winter slump

The first few weeks of January are often perceived as a challenging time for the workforce from a mental wellbeing perspective. Read More

High-stress jobs linked with higher risk of heart rhythm disorders

Assembly line workers, bus drivers and nurses are among the workers most at risk of developing heart rhythm disorders, according to a major new study. Read More

Research: smartphones ‘should be considered DSE’

Employers need to consider use of smartphones in their DSE policies, new research has claimed. Read More

Health and safety in a changing world

A set of six reports, which come after five years of research as part of IOSH’s Health and Safety in a Read More

Is the 9-5 desk job killing you?

A major Lancet study, which looked at one million adults has found that sitting for at least eight hours a Read More

Volunteers needed for occupational health study

A research group at Queen Mary University of London are conducting a study on welder health. It has been known Read More

Children taught with tablet safety lessons

  Children in Blackpool have been taking school lessons with a difference. The lessons involved the Council providing specific classes Read More

The importance of occupational factors in cause of ill health

New research, published in medical journal The Lancet, has highlighted the importance of occupational factors in the causes of ill Read More

Reduce stress by going on holiday, says study

A new study is urging employers to encourage their staff to take a holiday this year to reduce stress levels. Read More



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