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INTERNATIONAL SAFETY AWARDS LAUNCHED FOR 2022

INTERNATIONAL SAFETY AWARDS LAUNCHED FOR 2022

The British Safety Council’s International Safety Awards 2022 are now open for applications, with a new category to celebrate the achievements of individuals and organisations who go the extra...
OSH SHARES WORKPLACE STRATEGIES THAT COULD PREVENT SUICIDE

IOSH SHARES WORKPLACE STRATEGIES THAT COULD PREVENT SUICIDE

Ahead of World Suicide Prevention Day, on 10 September, the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) is sharing ways of helping people at risk. The COVID-19 pandemic has taken its...
PINGDEMIC CAUSES SPIKE IN UNDUE STRESS CONDITIONS

PINGDEMIC CAUSES SPIKE IN UNDUE STRESS CONDITIONS

With issues around the 'pingdemic' growing, in more recent days, people are feeling they are unable to return to work safely and as a result, there has been plenty of push back from employees in...
SAFETY, HEALTH AND WELLBEING LIVE ANNOUNCES REGIONAL EVENTS

SAFETY, HEALTH AND WELLBEING LIVE ANNOUNCES REGIONAL EVENTS

Safety, Health and Wellbeing Live (SHW Live) is set to reconnect regional occupational safety and health communities throughout the UK with the launch of two new exhibitions in 2022. The first...
71% OF SURVEYED WORKERS DO NOT FEEL COMPLETELY SAFE AT WORK

71% OF SURVEYED WORKERS DO NOT FEEL COMPLETELY SAFE AT WORK

Honeywell has released the results of a comprehensive study on workers’ perceptions and feelings on the health and safety of their workplace.  Conducted by Wakefield Research, the...
EMPLOYERS NEED TO OFFER PHYSICAL AND MENTAL SUPPORT FOR LONG COVID

EMPLOYERS NEED TO OFFER SUPPORT FOR LONG COVID

Employers wishing to minimise the impact of Long Covid on both their employees and their organisation, should ensure that their health and wellbeing programmes include holistic and personalised...
BETTER BUSINESS RESILIENCE REPORT REVEALS COVID-19 CONCERNS

BETTER BUSINESS RESILIENCE REPORT REVEALS COVID-19 CONCERNS

A study reveals that two-thirds of companies admit that they have no plans in place for a resurgence of the COVID-19 virus. Larger firms are slightly better prepared for localised lockdowns (45%)...
SOCOTEC MARKS WORLD MENTAL HEALTH DAY

SOCOTEC MARKS WORLD MENTAL HEALTH DAY

UK provider of testing, inspection and compliance services SOCOTEC is helping to raise awareness of mental health in the workplace by celebrating World Mental Health Day.  Taking place on...
EMPLOYEES READY TO ACCEPT NEW SAFETY MEASURES IN WORKPLACE

EMPLOYEES READY TO ACCEPT NEW SAFETY MEASURES IN WORKPLACE

Half of employees in the UK are ready to return to work post-lockdown, assuming their employer has the right safety process in place, according to a survey of 2,000 workers by the global legal...
APPEAL TO SHARE GREEN RIBBONS DIGITALLY FOR MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS WEEK

APPEAL TO SHARE GREEN RIBBONS DIGITALLY FOR MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS WEEK

The Lord Mayor’s Appeal are encouraging employees to digitally share green ribbons to show their support for ending the stigma around mental health in the workplace.  Through This is...

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