IOSH recently took ISO 45001 on the road with briefing sessions for members featuring Kristian Glaesel, Convenor of the committee responsible for drawing it up. In other news, IOSH was invited to attend an HSE roundtable on stress and we released research on work-related road deaths in Ireland.
We’ve also had some success to celebrate – The European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA) presented IOSH with a certificate to acknowledge our efforts to help raise awareness of the agency's ‘Healthy Workplaces for All Ages’ campaign. And the No Time to Lose campaign is celebrating a milestone with 100 companies now signed up pledging to tackle work-related cancers. As an IOSH member, is your business signed up?
What's coming up?
Throughout spring and summer our public affairs team will be promoting the value of good health and safety management to politicians across the world. In the UK we’ll continue to monitor the post-Article 50 and Great Repeal Bill discussions to ensure there is no overall lowering of health and safety standards.