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Here you'll find all the latest news, views and developments from IOSH and in the world of health and safety.

Read the latest news releases related to the media and our members and see how we are speaking out to keep people safe and healthy at work.

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  • Help shape the future of IOSH by voting in Council election

    folder 14 July 2017
    Council meeting

    Less than two weeks remain for IOSH members to vote in this year’s Council election and help to shape the future of the Institution.

    With IOSH embarking on WORK 2022, its new five-year strategy, a record number of members have put themselves forward for election.

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  • Government to meet safety experts to discuss fire regulations post-Grenfell

    Mega phone 14 July 2017
    170714 Grenfell Tower

    Leading safety bodies are set to meet ministers for talks on the UK’s building and fire regulations in the aftermath of the Grenfell Tower disaster, the House of Lords has heard.

    The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH), British Safety Council (BSC) and Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) are among organisations calling on the Government for ‘a change in mind-set’ on safety regulations following the tragedy in which at least 80 people lost their lives.

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  • Construction managers hear how to prevent occupational cancer

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    No time to lose supporter logo for news item

    Tackling cancer caused by solar radiation and diesel fumes at work will be highlighted to construction managers during a presentation today (11 July 2017) about the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) No Time to Lose campaign.

    The talk will be delivered at the ‘Occupational Health’ event, which has been organised by the Working Well Together North East Group, at the Durham Centre, in Durham.

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  • Members’ input encouraged for Grenfell Inquiry terms of reference

    folder 11 July 2017
    170710 Grenfell Inquiry

    Members have until Friday 28 July to submit responses to the consultation on terms of reference for the Grenfell Tower Inquiry.

    You can do so here. For information, please also visit this link to read what IOSH has sent.

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  • IOSH Vice-President roles “a great opportunity” for members

    folder 07 July 2017
    IOSH Vice President Dr Vincent Ho

    Being an IOSH Vice-President (VP) is “a great opportunity for your personal and professional development”, according to the Institution’s President Elect.

    With the deadline approaching for nominations for two VP vacancies, Craig Foyle is encouraging members to come forward.

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