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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  • IOSH helps inform work health and safety debate

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    IOSH has analysed 19 draft sector plans created by the HSE which assess current health and safety performance

    IOSH joined representatives of industry, trade unions and other stakeholder bodies to discuss how to deliver continued improvement in workplace health and safety across Britain.

    The Institution attended an engagement event hosted by the UK’s Health and Safety Executive (HSE), where delegates shared skills and experience to see what more can be done to look after people at work.

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  • Human rights report is “important call for action”

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    Recommendations in a new report on promoting responsibility and ensuring accountability on human rights are an “important call for action and resources”, according to IOSH.

    The UK’s Joint Select Committee on Human Rights has published its report, called ‘Human Rights and Business 2017: Promoting responsibility and ensuring accountability’.

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  • IOSH to unveil new strategy at Middle East Conference

    Mega phone 13 April 2017
    Middle East

    A fresh approach to protecting the world’s workforce is set to be unveiled by the largest professional body for occupational health and safety.

    The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) will present its new five-year strategy, charting how the profession can continue to progress up to 2022, at its annual Middle East Conference in Doha, Qatar on 27 April 2017.

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  • Corporate governance reform proposals supported by IOSH

    folder 13 April 2017
    Houses of Parliament

    Proposed reforms to the UK Corporate Governance framework can act as a pathway to improved occupational safety and health across business, according to IOSH.

    The Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Select Committee has compiled a report into corporate governance failings. It comes in the wake of major failures at organisations including high-street retailers BHS and Sports Direct.

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  • Member news and views

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    Put yourself forward to be an IOSH Vice-President

      Trumpet| News | 10 April 2017

    IOSH members can apply to become a Vice-President of the Institution.

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