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IOSH Managing Safely: a tutor's perspective

What’s it like to deliver the IOSH Managing Safely course? We asked Jen Rogers, Health and Safety Trainer at International Workplace, to help us see a typical classroom course from a tutor’s perspective.   Before the door o...


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Want to study IOSH courses in Arabic?

If you're looking to run an internationally recognised health and safety training programme in the Arab-speaking world, then an IOSH-approved certificate course is a sensible choice. It's been available as a classroom-taught option for some time....


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Improving health and safety standards in a decentralised workplace

Health and safety is important, no matter what type of business you run. It has been shown that stringent health and safety policies can not only improve worker confidence in your business and will make your employees happier, amongst other benefi...


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IOSH Annual Conference 2018: review

Last week I attended the IOSH Annual Conference in Birmingham, the first time I’ve been to the conference since its move from London’s Excel a few years ago. Despite my initial reservations, it proved to be time very well spent. I sh...


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Brexit – implications for health and safety in the UK

Brexit continues to cause uncertainty across the UK political, economic and social landscape, and domestic health and safety law is no exception. With much of the UK’s health and safety legislation being derived from EU policy, extricating U...


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Adapting your customer service skills when working abroad

Working overseas has several advantages, including the opportunity to experience different cultures, build confidence and improve your communication skills. What’s more, adapting your customer service skills when working abroad may not be as...