Posts tagged ‘stress’

24
Mar

IOSH Magazine – How coronavirus changed our work and our lives

It’s now a year since the World Health Organization declared a Covid-19 pandemic. Louise Hosking and other senior leaders at IOSH respond to questions on what they’ve learned during the year and how they think we should begin to move out of the pandemic.

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12
Nov

Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations (RIDDOR)

Louise Hosking outlines the basics of RIDDOR (Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations).

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05
Nov

Taking care of our carers

Louise Hosking, Director at risk management specialist and training provider Hosking Associates, outlines the importance of ensuring our health and care staff have the means to conduct their life-saving work in the safest possible environment.

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21
Oct

Risky business

Even estate agency has its dangers in these Covid days, says risk assessment expert Louise Hosking.

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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
Aug

Everyone is talking about risk assessment

Amongst the many impacts of Covid-19 is this: everyone is talking about risk assessment.

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21
Aug

Psychological safety at work

Psychological safety is achieved in organisations which look at their culture and are willing to adjust how they organise and lead.

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08
Jul

Looking forward with 2020 vision

Considering the last decade to look forward with 2020 vision.

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25
Jun

Workplace Risk Assessments and Employee Wellbeing

Conducting a risk assessment is not just about adjusting furniture to fit in with social distancing or stricter cleaning measures.

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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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