Social media

IOSH has some of the most popular social media sites in health and safety, with tens of thousands of people signed up to our official Twitter feeds, and LinkedIn and Facebook pages.

We keep in touch with our followers about events, professional development, industry news and much more, and provide platforms for great conversations on the hot topics in occupational safety and health.

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Twitter

@IOSH_tweets  - The Institution’s main Twitter feed, centring on IOSH news and information, and debates on issues throughout the world of health and safety.

@IOSH_trainers - A ‘point of contact’ for IOSH’s community of approved trainers, with updates on all there is to know about our licensed products and the support we provide to our training providers.

@IOSH_conference - Provides rolling news, live updates and interviews from the annual IOSH conference, as well as details of tickets, speakers and topics ahead of our flagship event.

@_NTTL - The Twitter feed for IOSH’s No Time to Lose campaign, which aims to raise awareness of occupational cancers and offer free, original materials for businesses to help them deliver effective prevention programmes.

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LinkedIn

The IOSH company page on LinkedIn can be used to find out the latest news and events from the Institution, while our showcase pages are great if you want to get more involved in the organisation, follow updates on the annual conference, or are an IOSH trainer.

The official IOSH groups on LinkedIn are used as a place for health and safety professionals to talk about all things related to their profession. You will be able to ask for advice from peers, find information on new legislation, and start or take part in discussions around current industry ‘hot topics’, with subgroups to delve deeper into industry-specific issues.

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Facebook

IOSH’s Facebook page has a strong, international following, with many of our overseas members sharing and commenting on news and events. As well as being a great place to get all the latest information about IOSH, our Facebook page is also a place to discuss and comment on the ‘lighter side’ of health and safety.

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Pinterest

For a more visual look at the latest goings on at IOSH, the Pinterest page provides you with images, video and audio from the big IOSH events, plus collections for trainers, branches and groups, or those with an interest in the latest IOSH campaigns.

Audioboom

Audioboom is a mobile audio recording app used to capture interviews and commentary from figures such as senior members of staff, politicians and IOSH members, ‘as it happens’ from events such as party political conferences and campaign launches.

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YouTube

Our YouTube channel is where you will find films of IOSH events and initiatives, from our annual conference to our public affairs activity.

Blog

Our key spokespeople use IOSH’s blog to add comment and analysis to topical issues in health and safety. We also feature regular blogs from guest contributors, including those of our members.

If you have any questions regarding IOSH’s social media activity, feel free to contact:

Male avatarShaun Gibbons  +44 (0)116 257 3254
(e-Editor)

Female avatarLorna Wotton  +44 (0)116 257 3366
(e-Communications Assistant)