This year’s Child Safety event takes place at the Crowne Plaza, Solihull on May 15. If you work with children or young families it’s an essential event to attend, and here are just some of the reasons why…
Since 2014, The RoSPA Guardian Angel Award Scheme has been recognising individuals who have gone above and beyond to improve the safety of either their organisation or the wider community. This year is no exception, and RoSPA is on the hunt for more safety heroes!
Tony Reynolds joined the military at the age of 19 years, now employed as a trainer by RoSPA we interviewed him to find out why he decided to begin a career in Health & Safety. What was your role in the forces? I specialised in communications prior to joining, and so joined the Royal... Continue Reading →
Our latest slideshare looks at a brand new course that has been developed by our expert driver trainers. It could be just what you need to take your career to the next level.
There are quite a few changes from OHSAS 18001 which you must prepare for in order to migrate and comply with ISO 45001. RoSPA’s Principal Consultant Bernard Cerrino, has many years’ experience in helping organisations successfully implement safety management systems, he has put together a list of key changes when preparing for the transition, which... Continue Reading →
Launching in March 2018, now is the perfect time to review whether your current management system is compliant and decide whether you should adopt the new ISO 45001 standard. We will be hosting a seminar in March, to help you understand the requirements, benefits of the standard and what your next steps should be. What... Continue Reading →
There are plenty of choices, but you probably didn't think one of your options was "thoroughly risk assess your attitude towards driving" That's where RoSPA's Driver Profiler comes in. It's the quick and easy online way for Fleet managers to risk assess their drivers and make training provisions.
A view from Elizabeth Warren, policy advisor in the HSE’s Health and Social Care Services Unit. Preventing and reducing musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs), sometimes known as MSKs, is one of HSE’s health priorities and part of its new Go Home Healthy campaign. MSDs are particularly important in health and social care. We all know that back... Continue Reading →