The role of key workers has also been widely discussed, such as the value of NHS staff and care workers, the role of educators and the rapid transition to home schooling. And as I sit here at home thinking about the 27million households in the UK on lockdown, and the impact on people and their communities, I can hear a familiar sound; that of another vital front line service – the refuse lorry...
Fleet safety project and operations manager Tess Sorroll explains how she saw the results of some of RoSPA’s work in Russia…
RoSPA have relaunched their popular Managing Occupational Road Risk reviews (MORR) and now there are 3 levels of service for you to choose from. This means that no matter the size of your fleet, you can find the right MORR package for your business.
This June sees the world's biggest football tournament taking place in Russia and it promises to be a spectacular and exciting festival of football. Meanwhile, in London, the annual Safety and Health Expo will be taking place at ExCel. Both are fantastic events, but which one is best?
Whatever your answer, there have been some undeniably fantastic fleets over the years. And whilst we’re not guaranteeing you can achieve the same levels of fame as the likes of Captain Kirk, Princess Leia or Stevie Nicks, we can nevertheless help make your fleet one of the very best in the galaxy.
Here at RoSPA, we’re proud of being able to give businesses recognition for their driver training courses. Specifically we give them Course Accreditation. They demonstrate that their courses adhere to an accepted standard and we give them accreditation
Literacy is the ability to read, write and understand a particular language. It is the foundation of our education system. Within the workplace there are subject or industry specific literacies such as health literacy, financial literacy, computer literacy and OSH literacy. In this article, which originally appeared in RoSPA’s OS&H Journal, David Magee discusses the... Continue Reading →
‘Compensation culture’. In recent years these two words have become joined at the hip. They conjure up a society of serial claimants, egged on by shyster lawyers to adopt a “where there’s a blame there’s a claim” approach to life. However there’s some debate whether this compensation (or claims) culture actually exists, or whether, as... Continue Reading →
I had never considered how the words of Gilbert and Sullivan operas had become embedded in our language, but had a faint recollection of school musical productions such as the Mikado, from which the words “let the punishment fit the crime” and “short sharp shock” echoed. These phrases are now commonly linked to meting out... Continue Reading →