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Institution of Occupational Safety and Health is part of the Occupational Health & Safety Information Service's online subscription. Bringing you a comprehensive selection of legislation, regulations, guidance, standards, including BSI and best practice which is updated daily, you can find documents on a wide range of subject areas such as Food & Drink, Environmental Health, Environmental Management, Fire & Offshore Safety.

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  • Case Law Abstracts - summaries of key cases
  • Briefing Services - the first step in email alerting, our monthly NewsBrief delivers the latest industry news, hot topics, legislation watch and more

Documents supplied by Institution of Occupational Safety and Health

Consultancy - Good Practice Guide - Practical Guidance on Working as a Competent Health and Safety Consultant
Consultation - Workplace Interventions That Are Effective for Promoting Mental Wellbeing - Synopsis of the Evidence of Effectiveness and Cost-Effectiveness (Responses by: 19/03/2008)
Consultative Document - Draft BS 8800 Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems - Guide
Direct Info - A Breath of Fresh Air - Introducing a Smoke-Free Policy at Work
Direct Info - Getting off to a Good Start - How You Can Help Young People Wiseup2work
Direct Info - Out of "Site", Out of Mind? - Managing Teleworking in the 21st Century
Direct Info 06.4: Safety in the Global Village - Keeping your Staff Healthy and Safe Abroad
Direction 00.1: Educating for Health and Safety - Preparing Young People for a Safer Working Life
Direction 01.1: Professionals in Partnership - Guidance on Occupational Health
Direction 02.1: Global Best Practices in Contractor Safety
Direction 02.2: Business Risk Management - Getting Health and Safety Firmly on the Agenda
Direction 02.3: Reporting Performance - Guidance on Including Health and Safety Performance in Annual Reports
Direction 03.1: Systems in Focus - Guidance on Occupational Safety and Health Management Systems
Direction 04.1: Making a Difference - A Basic Guide to Environmental Management for OSH Practitioners
Direction 04.2: Promoting a Positive Culture - A Guide to Health and Safety Culture
Direction 06.1: Behavioural Safety - Kicking Bad Habits
Direction 06.2: Joined-Up Working - An Introduction to Integrated Management Systems
Getting Help with Health and Safety - Practical Guidance on Working with a Consultant
Injury Rates Dropping in Food and Drink Industries
Mind the Gap - IOSH Research Workshop - Summary Paper
New Directions - IOSH Research Workshop 11-12 September 2006 - Summary Paper
News - Proposals for New Control of Vibration at Work Regulations - (CD190)(CD191)
Policy and Practice in Health and Safety - Review Pack
Practitioner Awareness of the HSE's Slips and Trips Priority Programme
Preparing Young People for a Safer Working Life
Professionals in Partnership - A Survey Exploring the Self-Perceived Effects of IOSH Guidance on the Occupational Health Activity of Technician Safety Practitioners
Professionals in Partnership - An Occupational Health Guidance Document from IOSH
Slips and Trips - Baseline Survey of IOSH Members
Slips, Trips and Falls - Practitioner Awareness of the HSE's Slips and Trips Priority Programme
What Practitioners Do - A Survey of UK Registered Safety Practitioners to Determine Their Roles and Tasks

About IHS
IHS, formerly known as Technical Indexes, is one of the leading global providers of critical information, decision-support tools and related services to customers in a number of industries, such as energy, defence, aerospace, construction, education, health & safety, transport. We service customers ranging from governments and large multinational corporations to smaller companies and technical professionals in more than 100 countries and employ more than 2,300 people worldwide.

   
 

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