Safety values audit and CSR

What is the relationship between ISO 26000 (Guidance on Social Responsibility see https://www.iso.org/iso-26000-social-responsibility.html ) and the involvement of organisations in helping to achieve RoSPA’s vision of ‘Life free from serious accidental injury’? At one level, particularly in relation to ‘labour practices’, it might seem limited to things like having adequate health safety management in place, which is... Continue Reading →

The importance of correct festive viewing

In an age where streaming services, digital downloads and catch-up tv reign supreme, it’s quite surprising that the Christmas Day tradition of congregating around the ‘box’ (let alone the same room) to watch live programming endures. For most of us it’s as good a time as any to throw on those festive slippers, open the... Continue Reading →

Risk Assessment goes to Hollywood

Moviemaking can be exciting and lucrative, but beneath the glitz and glamour lies unique risk. Indeed, the idea of someone hanging on to the side of an Airbus 400 as it takes off is probably a health and safety professional’s worst nightmare. Equally, driving an armoured truck in to the lobby of a crowded Las... Continue Reading →

Less is more: Proportionate implementation of ISO 45001

To coin a phrase – less is more. While this was originally the motto adopted by architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe in support of minimalist design, in today’s world it’s more commonly used to refer to something less complex and therefore easier to appreciate. Indeed, while the inner workings of a modern-day car, virtual... Continue Reading →

Why a Health & Safety Review should be top of your wish list

When you hear the term ‘wish list’, your immediate thought might be the excessive amount of items waiting in your Amazon shopping basket, the countries you’ve been yearning to visit for the last 10 years, or perhaps the endless home improvements needed to make that dream space a reality.

Keeping it in-house

Our latest slideshare looks at one of our most popular training options. RoSPA's Driver Assessor course means you'll have somebody in-house who can assess other drivers. It's a fantastic way to reduce costs, prevent accidents and improve the reputation of your business. What's not to like?

What can you do in 15 minutes?

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.

Live long and…. RoSPA? Make your fleet the safest in the galaxy!

Are you part of a fleet? For Captain’s Picard and Kirk, the answer’s a resounding yes. For the rest of us, however, it might not be so clear cut. Unless you drive a lorry for a living, you might not think of yourself as being part of a fleet. But for many of us, driving... Continue Reading →

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