In the lead up to the festive season, we spoke to OSHCR-registered consultant, David Cant, of Veritas Consulting. Here he tells us how he became a Health and Safety Consultant, offers advice to those starting out in the industry, and even has a few tips for Father Christmas from a health and safety perspective! To […]
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) recently unveiled a new Health and Work Strategy, with the goal of tackling workplace-related illnesses such as occupational lung disease, work-related stress and musculoskeletal disorders. The HSE’s main aim of the new Health and Work Strategy is to “work in partnership with employers, employees and the wider health and […]
We have officially launched the latest enhancement to the OSHCR website. The site update is a project noticeboard, making it even easier for companies to find the ideal health and safety consultant for their business.
At no extra cost, businesses are now able to advertise their projects, giving specific details about the consultant they require. OSHCR […]
On 2nd June, IOSH teamed up with BOHS and HSE in Birmingham for the first of a series of meetings to raise awareness of occupational cancer. Health and safety professionals at the meeting were informed they can become “sung heroes” by taking the necessary steps to prevent people from inhaling silica dust in the workplace.
The British Safety Council is holding its 58th annual black tie Gala Dinner on Friday 6th May 2016.
The International Safety Awards Gala Dinner will take place at the Grosvenor House Hotel in Mayfair, London.
The Gala Dinner is held in order to recognise the success of a number of organisations that are dedicated and committed to […]