Posts tagged ‘IOSH’

24
Jun

Top tips on how OSH professionals can keep the right plates spinning

While we are focused on infection control it is important to keep the right OSH plates spinning to continue to protect workers from the hazards we usually monitor closely.

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09
Jun

Develop for success: why training and development is vital in volatile times

Training budgets can feel like an easy financial cut when things get tight, especially for SMEs, but budgets need to be ring-fenced to secure success, says Louise Hosking.

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06
Feb

Upcoming open IOSH Leading Safely course

Louise Hosking is hosting an open IOSH Leading Safely course at the IoD in March 2020

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15
Jan

Creating a safer future

As OSH professionals it’s important to reflect on our vision, mission and values to consider what defines us, the work we undertake and the journey we all take, says Louise Hosking.

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28
Nov

Turn OSH into POSH

My POSH journey – creating a positive narrative for occupational safety and health can turn discussions of OSH to POSH says Louise Hosking

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10
Oct

A #POSH idea

Positive Occupational Safety and Health – achieving true inclusion within diverse and equitable workplaces makes a significant difference to the bottom line. This is not just about doing the right thing.

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30
Sep

Dust is not just in the history books

New forms of dust exposure in the workplace emerge as others go into decline. Safety professionals must research the next chapter of the story.

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01
Aug

Dust – a daily killer

Protect against the dangers of dust

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30
Apr

A look in the mirror

OSH professionals can be effective influencers of positive change in the workplace but first should reflect on how their behaviours may be perceived by others.

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23
Jan

The healthy approach to flexible working

Louise Hosking, IOSH VP, shares her opinion on flexible working

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