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IOSH restructure to tackle global safety issues

5th February 2014 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls

The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) has announced that its International Group will cease to exist. However, this does not mean that the organisation will stop focusing on global safety issues; far from it.

In actuality, IOSH has decided that all of its networks and business activities should be addressing global health and safety needs, rather than just one individual network.

David Evans, former chair of the International Group, said: "I don’t want members to think that by this group coming to the end of its lifecycle it means IOSH’s focus internationally is dropping, it isn’t, the exact opposite is true and there have been some major successes."

IOSH "plans to integrate international thinking into everything it does", according to a statement on its website. All of its groups will now be given a more widespread global remit, enabling the organisation to help provide better health and safety standards around the world.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801690237-ADNFCR


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