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  • How positive mental health can boost your business

    Mega phone 25 September 2017
    170925 Geoff McDonald

    Employee wellbeing is a key driver of business performance, delegates at a major international health and safety conference will hear.

    At IOSH 2017, Geoff McDonald will discuss how organisations can enhance the wellbeing of people who work for them and examine the positive impact this can have.

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  • International safety chief to become next IOSH President Elect

    Mega phone 15 September 2017
    170915 Dr Vincent Ho

    The head of corporate safety at a major Hong Kong-based multinational rail operator has been elected to become future President of a leading global professional body in his field.

    Dr Vincent Ho will become President of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) in September 2018, bringing with him extensive experience of working in Asia, USA, Europe and Australia.

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  • No Time to Lose to be showcased in Balkans

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    Business leaders in the Balkans will be encouraged to support IOSH’s No Time to Lose campaign at a series of workshops across the region.

    IOSH is showcasing the campaign at six events, starting in Ohrid, Macedonia today. It will also be highlighted at two events in Montenegro, and one each in Kosovo, Serbia and Albania.

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  • UK urged to adopt ‘active’ approach to fire safety in tower blocks

    Mega phone 14 September 2017
    170914 Tower block sprinkler

    The UK must revise its approach to fire safety in tower blocks and follow other countries in also adopting ‘active’ measures, such as sprinklers, a leading safety body said today.

    Ahead of the first hearing in the Grenfell Tower public inquiry, the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) urged the inquiry to investigate UK housing providers’ reliance on compartmentation for high-rises – the use of fire-resistant walls and floors to stop the spread of a fire.

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  • McLaren Construction raises awareness of occupational cancer risks

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    Contractors in the construction industry will be made aware of cancer caused by exposure to harmful substances at work during an awareness day being held on 14 September 2017.

    The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) will present its No Time to Lose campaign at McLaren Construction Ltd’s Contractors Awareness Day.

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