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  • IOSH launches its manifesto for UK General Election

    Mega phone 26 May 2017
    Polling station

    Ahead of the upcoming UK General Election, IOSH has launched its manifesto.

    With voters set to go to the polls on Thursday 8 June, the manifesto contains five calls to action for the next UK Government.

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  • Visit IOSH’s Safety & Health Expo stand for industry latest

    folder 24 May 2017
    SHE stand

    IOSH is offering a wide range of information and crucial updates on its stand at this year’s Safety & Health Expo (SHE).

    Visitors to the stand’s theatre will be able to get information on career development, IOSH training courses, volunteering opportunities and the upcoming ISO 45001 standard.

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  • Commitment to tackle silica dust: Partners on track six months on

    Mega phone 22 May 2017
    Stone cutter cropped

    Organisations have revealed important steps they have taken toward raising awareness of the threat of respirable crystalline silica (RCS) in workplaces, six months on from signing a commitment to tackle the issue.

    New guidance has been published, studies have been undertaken and presentations have been given to employers and employees around the world.

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  • IOSH plays part in farm safety collaboration at Balmoral Show

    folder 22 May 2017
    Jackie O'Neill, Chair of IOSH's Northern Ireland Branch, at the Balmoral Show 2017

    IOSH Northern Ireland Branch has played a key part in promoting farm safety at the country’s largest agricultural show for a second consecutive year.

    An estimated 100,000 people attended this year’s Balmoral Show, where members of the IOSH branch’s committee helped to highlight health and safety issues facing the farming community.

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  • Partnership sparks electrical apprentices' health and safety awareness

    Mega phone 12 May 2017
    Pictured left-right - Interserve trainer Andy Shippam, Paul Richards, QSHE director at Interserve, Tom Richards, curriculum leader at Southport College, and Teresa Catterall, head of the construction department at Southport College

    Apprentice electricians are more prepared for the world of work thanks to a new industry-led training partnership.

    The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) has teamed up with Interserve, the international support services and construction company, to provide 45 students at Southport College with health and safety awareness training.

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