Below is a selection of highlights from IOSH’s coverage in the
media during April:
ABC+D – Putting safety in the picture
Building Engineer – Research puts migrant
workers’ safety in the picture
Features on IOSH-commissioned research with
Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU), revealing that migrant
construction workers can better understand safety messages when
pictures are used in training. Comments from GCU senior
research fellow Billy Hare and IOSH executive director of policy
FMX Magazine – Turning the tide
Comment piece from IOSH head of policy and
public affairs Richard Jones on the latest health and safety
developments for the Institution, including the launch of its
Sports Grounds and Events Group.
Leicester Mercury – Industry’s ‘strides’ in
News on the IOSH Food and Drink Group event at
Twycross Zoo, which shared good practice from a behavioural safety
project it had been carrying out for two years.
BBC Radio 4 PM
IOSH head of policy and public affairs Richard
Jones, interviewed on the new Health and Safety Executive (HSE)
Myth Busters Challenge Panel
Metro London – Voice ‘risk’ to call centre
Metro North East - Voice ‘risk’ to call
Metro Scotland - Voice ‘risk’ to call
News of IOSH-commissioned research with Ulster University, which
revealed that one in four call centre staff suffer voice
Peoplemanagement.co.uk - Voice ‘risk’ to call centre staff
Article on IOSH-commissioned research with Ulster University,
which revealed that one in four call centre staff suffer voice
problems. Comments from IOSH executive director of policy Luise
Vassie and Diane Hazlett, who led the research.
BBC Radio 4 You and Yours
Ulster University’s Dr Diane Hazlett, interviewed on the
IOSH-commissioned research into the voice demands placed on call
centre workers, showing that one in four staff have problems with
sore throats and other side effects.
Callcentrehelper.com – Lack of voice training sees one in four
call centre workers suffer
News on IOSH-commissioned research with Ulster University,
revealing the voice damage some call centre workers suffer.
Comments from IOSH executive director of policy Luise
(Gibraltar Chronicle) – Workers’ Memorial Day – the meaning
News on IOSH’s Workers’ Memorial Day social media campaign,
which called for members to hold up signs saying what the day meant
Times of Oman – BankMuscat hosts IOSH
Middle East Conference
Oman Tribune – BankMuscat to host IOSH ME
Oman Observer - BankMuscat hosts IOSH ME
Pre-event coverage of the third IOSH Middle East Annual
Conference, held for the first time this year in Muscat, Oman.
Comments from IOSH president Subash Ludhra and IOSH Oman
co-ordinator Peter McNair.
Shabiba – IOSH lauds Oman for health and
Coverage of the IOSH Middle East Annual
Conference, with comments from IOSH president Subash Ludhra.
(Gibraltar Chronicle) – Welcome for health and safety group
Gibraltar Government welcomes the launch of
the new IOSH Associate Branch of Gibraltar, with comments from IOSH
vice-president Barry Tupper, IOSH executive director of membership
Hazel Harvey, and Branch chair Richard Labrador.
Gibraltar Broadcasting Corporation
IOSH Associate Branch of Gibraltar chair
Richard Labrador was interviewed about Workers’ Memorial Day,
mentioning the IOSH social media campaign to raise awareness about
the real meaning of the day.
Omanobserver.om – Oman
HSE poised for greater heights
Coverage of an interview with IOSH president
Subash Ludhra, at IOSH Middle East Annual Conference in Muscat,