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  • IOSH members invited to take part in EBRD review

    folder 01 March 2018
    180301 Moldova

    IOSH members have an opportunity to contribute to a review of the future work of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD).

    The bank, which is committed to enhancing OSH standards in developing countries, is currently undergoing a five-yearly review of three governance documents which inform the work it does.

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  • Bulgarian OSH network representatives visit IOSH

    folder 27 February 2018
    Bulgarian delegation

    Delegates from the Foundation Center for Safety and Health at Work (FCBZR) in Bulgaria conducted a benchmarking visit to IOSH.

    Ljupcho Kochovski and Ekaterina Borisova met with representatives from across IOSH’s directorates, with a particular focus on the membership CPD scheme.

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  • Face-to-face peer reviews pilot starts in UAE

    folder 27 February 2018
    Middle East

    A pilot has been launched to have face-to-face peer review interviews in non-UK countries.

    A pool of Chartered members based in the Middle East have been trained to conduct interviews, with the first being carried out in Dubai, UAE, on Tuesday 20 February.

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  • IOSH joins Vision Zero campaign

    Mega phone 20 February 2018
    180220 Commuters

    The world’s leading professional safety and health body is backing a campaign to eradicate all work-related injuries and illnesses.

    IOSH has signed up to Vision Zero, a proposed strategy to keep all the world’s employees out of harm’s way while at work.

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  • ‘Good Work’ plan must boost health and wellbeing to reduce stress

    Mega phone 07 February 2018
    Gig economy

    “There is a fundamental duty on employers to protect the health and safety of all workers” says IOSH, the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health, commenting on possible improvements – including the right to sick pay – that the UK Government’s ‘Good Work’ plan recommends.

    Improved employee wellbeing and a reduced risk of stress are among potential benefits from new rights set to be introduced in the UK, according to IOSH.

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