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Most recent articles relating to IOSH;

European Commissioner Lásló Andor to Address IOSH Conference 2013

The man responsible for European Union policies on health and safety at work will address occupational safety and health practitioners at a major conference


Single Euro H&S qualification

Plans to develop a universal qualification and training framework for H&S professionals across Europe have been outlined at a recent conference in Brussels


Proactivity on safety could be profitable

Organisations adopting a proactive approach to health and safety management tend to be more profitable and have lower accident rates, new research commissioned by the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) has found.


Safety body supports Bill to raise safety fines to £20,000

The president of IOSH has backed proposals that would see rogue employers face a quadrupling of fines and an increased threat of jail if it becomes law. The Health and Safety (Offences) Bill, introduced by Keith Hill MP (Labour, Streatham) aims to toughen up sentences for H&S at work offences.