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What compels organisations to be compliant with Health & Safety regulations?

No matter the size of your business you need to manage your health & safety responsibilities efficiently and effectively. Accidents and ill-health cost businesses both time and money. 288 more words

Compliance Management

ISO 45001 Moves in the Right Direction towards Publication


As organisations are responsible for minimising the risk of harm to both its employees and people affected by their activities, they are under unsurmountable pressure to ensure they manage their occupational health and safety risks. 387 more words

ISO Standards

Occupational Health and Safety

Know your safety rights at work

Accidents can happen, but sometimes they can have life-altering or even fatal results. When you go to work, you shouldn’t have to worry about your health and safety. 453 more words


Every Breath Counts

Do you take breathing for granted?

Most of us do I am sure – until something goes wrong that is.

When I worked as a physiotherapist in the NHS I treated many people with conditions such as lung cancer, chronic bronchitis and emphysema – helping them to breathe more easily and to get rid of the excess build-up on their lungs. 613 more words

Health And Safety Regulations

Fifa, Qatar and Social Media - a new force in changing attitudes to Occupational Health and Safety?

On 27 May, the Washington Post published an article about deaths among migrant workers building stadiums in Qatar for the 2022 Fifa World Cup. It wasn’t, by a very long way, the first piece on the subject. 1,835 more words

Health And Safety Regulations

Makatarungang kompensasyon para sa mga manggagawang biktima ng sunog sa Valenzuela

Taos-pusong nakikiramay ang buong kasapian ng Pagkakaisa ng mga Manggagawa sa Timog Katagalugan – Kilusang Mayo Uno (PAMANTIK-KMU) sa mga pamilya ng mgabiktima sa nangyaring sunog ng isang pagawaan ng tsinelas sa Valenzuala nitong Mayo 13, 2015. 402 more words


Workers commemorate millions killed each year due to lack of occupation health safety

Intramuros, Manila – Workers from various industries in Southern Tagalog lead by the Metal Workers Alliance of the Philippines flocked to the Office of the Secretary, Department of Labor and Employment (DoLE) to express their growing discontent for the Aquino government’s neglect on Occupation Health Safety (OHS) in the country. 464 more words