Financial Services Group

Financial services group

The Financial Services Group is a new group covering all people who work in or with organisations who support the industry.

If you work directly in banking and insurance or deliver claims and loss adjusting services or legal services to support the sector, or if you working delivering facilities support, offering consultancy services, engineering, repairing motor vehicles etc. We hope to be the group for you, because we all know that financial services covers a wide range of tasks and roles.

We are a new group but as we grow we want to provide a range of support for our members and others working in and with our industry in both large and small organisations all across the world.

As part of our work to improve safety standards we want too:

  • Offer webinars and networking opportunities.
  • Develop resources and practical guides specific to our sector including the sharing of best practice.
  • Support ideas and projects to investigate or address specific safety concerns.
  • Organise events to develop and maintain the knowledge of those working in our industry.

Want to find out more? Download our group leaflet.

Please join us!

We're keen to support you in sharing ideas and meeting other colleagues. You don’t have to be a health and safety professional to join this group (or IOSH). You simply need to be interested in making sure people stay healthy and safe when working in the Financial Services industry.

Don't forget to follow us on Twitter for group event and news updates.

To join the group, please email the Membership Team on membership@iosh.com, quoting your membership number, and they will be able to add or change your group. Your first group is included in your membership fee and each subsequent group incurs a cost of £10 per annum.

Contact us

For more information, contact the group's relationship manager.

Or if you have a technical query, send us a message.

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