Posts tagged ‘IOSH’

25
Jan

LEADING SAFELY COURSE FOR FEMALE ENTREPRENEURS FROM ROSPA & L’ORÉAL FOR IWD2021

Six funded places on the IOSH Leading Safely course, delivered by RoSPA, in collaboration with Louise Hosking as trainer. Specially created session by RoSPA and L’Oréal for women entrepreneurs to coincide with International Women’s Day 8th March 2021.

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02
Dec

Louise Hosking included on SHP’s Most Influential list

Louise Hosking has been included within a formidable list of OSH professionals potentially as the most influential person in health & safety.

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30
Sep

Louise Hosking voted new IOSH President-Elect

New IOSH President-Elect, Louise Hosking, pledges support and opportunity

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22
Sep

MANAGING HAZARDS – A JUGGLING ACT

Article by Louise A M Hosking in IOSH Magazine all about stepping back, reflecting and looking at all your OSH hazards right now.

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24
Jun

Top tips on how OSH professionals can keep the right plates spinning

While we are focused on infection control it is important to keep the right OSH plates spinning to continue to protect workers from the hazards we usually monitor closely.

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09
Jun

Develop for success: why training and development is vital in volatile times

Training budgets can feel like an easy financial cut when things get tight, especially for SMEs, but budgets need to be ring-fenced to secure success, says Louise Hosking.

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06
Feb

Upcoming open IOSH Leading Safely course

Louise Hosking is hosting an open IOSH Leading Safely course at the IoD in March 2020

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15
Jan

Creating a safer future

As OSH professionals it’s important to reflect on our vision, mission and values to consider what defines us, the work we undertake and the journey we all take, says Louise Hosking.

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28
Nov

Turn OSH into POSH

My POSH journey – creating a positive narrative for occupational safety and health can turn discussions of OSH to POSH says Louise Hosking

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10
Oct

A #POSH idea

Positive Occupational Safety and Health – achieving true inclusion within diverse and equitable workplaces makes a significant difference to the bottom line. This is not just about doing the right thing.

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