Engaging with members

Members really value the benefits of belonging to a branch and group, and your relationship with them and what they get out of their membership depends on the quality of your communication.

Every Networks committee should have a Communications Coordinator, who receives full training and support and is vital in getting your messages out to your members. Communications Coordinators work closely with their Relationship Managers and members of the Communications Directorate.

Letting the wider membership or people outside IOSH know about your branch or group’s activities helps to raise awareness of health and safety issues and build IOSH’s profile as a thought leader.

Whether you’re publicising an event, working to raise your branch or group’s profile or trying to increase awareness about a key health and safety issue, there are a wide range of communication tools to help you do this. These tools include:

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