IOSH

The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health is the Chartered body and largest membership organisation for safety and health professionals.

We act as a champion, adviser, advocate and trainer for more than 47,000 members, who work for organisations of all sizes, in 130 countries. Our focus is to support their efforts to create workplaces that are safer, healthier and more productive.

Our accredited training courses provide valuable knowledge, skills and qualifications for members and their colleagues – our market-leading courses for workers, managers and business leaders are delivered to over 180,000 people in more than 70 countries each year. 

Chartered Membership of IOSH is recognised worldwide as the hallmark of professional excellence in workplace safety and health and our members are instrumental, from technical to board level, in enabling businesses to succeed in a responsible, sustainable way.

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IOSH
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T: 0116 257 3100

The Grange
Highfield Drive
LE18 1NN
Wigston, Leicestershire
United Kingdom

See IOSH at Safety & Health Expo 2019

IOSH will be exhibiting on Stand SH1440 at Safety & Health Expo 2019, 18-20 June, ExCeL, London, UK

Producing great films requires ‘all-encompassing’ safety and health
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Producing great films requires ‘all-encompassing’ safety and health

Award-winning film makers say that maintaining the safety and health of workers during film production creates an environment where creativity can flourish – and is necessary for producing a great film.


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Line managers not being given enough support to protect workers’ mental health and wellbeing, survey shows
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Line managers not being given enough support to protect workers’ mental health and wellbeing, survey shows

Line managers are not being given enough support and training to protect the mental health and wellbeing of staff at work, the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) and Management Today reveal.

They found 62% of line managers are not receiving enough help from their organisation to support the mental wellbeing of their staff. Only 31% of respondents said they feel they have been sufficiently trained to recognise the signs of poor mental health in their direct reports.

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