Become a member
Joining any organisation is a major
decision, and the only way to judge the value of membership is by
what it can do for you. So ask yourself…
- does IOSH have aims and values that I share?
- would becoming a member enhance my opportunities?
- if I became a member, would this help me achieve my goals?
- would I find all the benefits and services useful?
Regardless of what made you consider becoming a member of IOSH,
we urge you to join our vibrant, forward-thinking community and
share in all that's to be gained from being part of a world-leading
organisation. At just £150 for the first year – that's less than
£2.90 a week – membership represents excellent value for money.
Join us online
You can join IOSH
online today. Remember – you'll become an Affiliate Member
straight away, so you'll be able to tap into our benefits and
services without delay.
Find out why you should join.
Join us by post
If you'd like to apply for membership by post please email
Department or call us on +44(0)116 257 3198 to ask
for a paper form.
If you'd like to apply for either Associate, Technician or
Graduate membership, we'll also need your supporting documents. So,
along with your application form, send in:
Your relevant health and safety certificates.
An up to date CV, telling us your job titles and how long you
were at each role. Your CV should be as detailed as possible and
should explain the key health and safety responsibilities you’ve
held in your career.
If you’re submitting an NVQ qualification, please include the
module page/s and details of the Training provider.
What happens when I join?
We have six membership categories:
- Affiliate Member
- Associate Member (AIOSH)
- Technician Member (Tech IOSH)
- Graduate Member (Grad IOSH)
- Chartered Member (CMIOSH)
- Chartered Fellow (CFIOSH).
Want to know more? Find out about our membership categories or have a look at our
Once you've applied and paid your fee, you'll become an
Affiliate Member and get immediate access to all our benefits and
services for one year. We'll then review your qualifications and
experience to decide if you're eligible to become a Technician or
Graduate Member. Find out more
about changing your membership category.
Remember – once you've joined you're bound by our
Royal Charter and Byelaws (PDF 76 KB) and
Code of Conduct (PDF 131 KB)