IOSH launches 2012 salary survey
21 May 2012
Today (May 21 2012) sees the sixth IOSH
salary survey go live online, and the Institution needs your
The salary and attitudes survey, supported by our official
magazine, SHP, is a snapshot of members’ current views on a
range of hot topics.
As well as being a useful barometer of attitudes within and
towards the health and safety profession. The survey compares
salary levels since the last survey in 2009.
Since the previous IOSH survey, there have been a number of
changes, not only in terms of reform to health and safety
legislation, but also in the world economy. Officially the UK is
back in a recession and as the economy continues to struggle,
unemployment rises. It’s expected that the results from the survey
will provide an insight on how the recession is affecting health
and safety professionals and the decisions they make.
Anyone working in the occupational health and safety field is
welcome to take part in the survey, you don’t have to be an IOSH
member and it’s open and ready for responses now. Respondents will
be asked a mixture of questions relating to their career including
their qualifications, how much they earn and their views on some
Jane White, research and information services
manager at IOSH, said: “We’re really excited about being able to
conduct the survey again this year. It’s so easy to take part, just
log on to the IOSH website and follow the link from there. The
survey should take no longer than 15 minutes to complete and will
remain completely anonymous. You will be asked to provide
your name and email only, if you wish to enter our prize draw to
win a Kindle.
“IOSH hopes that the results from the survey will provide health
and safety professionals with an insight into what’s happening
career- wise within the industry, helping them to make a more
informed choice when it comes to their future career.”
Results from the salary survey will be available to download
from the IOSH website later this year.
To take part in the survey visit www.iosh.co.uk/salarysurvey