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Our resources offer everything from clear, accessible introductions to subjects, to full coverage of specific issues.

You'll find resources on health and safety management, environmental management, corporate social responsibility, and more. So whether you're a health and safety professional, director, manager or student, we've a resource to help you.

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  • Managing the safety, health and security of mobile workers: an occupational safety and health practitioner’s guide

    Managing the safety  health and security of mobile workers
    This publication, developed jointly by the International SOS Foundation and IOSH, sets out the aspects of safety, health and security for which organisations should take responsibility when dealing with workers travelling for work or on international assignment. It emphasises the need for dynamic risk assessment and planning for critical situations. A special section reviews the arrangements that may be needed for women, workers with disabilities, older workers, LGBT workers and students on placement.
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  • Occupational Safety and Health Consultants Register (OSHCR)

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    OSHCR was established in response to the Government’s Common Sense, Common Safety report, which recommended that all Health and Safety consultants should be accredited to a professional body and that a register of certified professionals be established in the form of a web-based directory. 

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  • Occupational health risk management in construction

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    Technical guide

    The aim of this guide is to provide occupational safety and health (OSH) practitioners with a basic understanding of the key issues of occupational health provision in construction.

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  • The effects of shift work on health (2015)

    IOSH
    The effects of shift work on health

    This report discusses the underlying causes of health and safety problems associated with abnormal work schedules and ageing. Through the analyses of ‘VISAT’ (ageing, health and work) data study the study determines the long term effects of shift-work on:- sleep - cognition - metabolic dysfunction - quality of life. This research was undertaken by the International University of Monaco, Université Toulouse le Mirail, University of Swansea & Simon Folkard Associates Ltd.

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  • PACE interview

    IOSH
    Pace interviews

    The aim of this guide is to provide information to help you understand the process of a PACE interview.

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