I’ve enjoyed my time as Joint Head of Communications and Policy for SOM and FOM, and as many of you know when I’m not trying to convince government that they need to see through their promise of...
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30 October 2018
18 October 2018
The number of Menopausal women in the workplace in increasing. So what are organisations doing about this?
For some, nothing at all. But fortunately, some forward-thinking, inspirational...
24 September 2018
‘I’m David and I need some help’ – in the powerful penultimate scene of the BBCs bodyguard we see David, having saved the day, head into Occupational Health and ask for help.
19 September 2018
24 August 2018
First published on http://globalohs.com/blogs/174-health-surveillance
By Pippa Crouch
03 August 2018
In 2016/17 507,000 workers suffered for work related musculoskeletal disorders (MSK) losing 8.9 million working days. Construction, transport and storage, health and social work activities and...
22 June 2018
We are pleased that two key articles from the journal, Occupational Medicine, have been included in a collaboration of notable articles on mental health. The research covers a wide-range of areas...
24 May 2018
by Dr Richard Heron
Our health is always with us. We track it with phone apps, talk about it with friends and family and make toasts to it on special occasions. And just like people on the...
15 March 2018
Early bird registration is now open for the upcoming...
08 February 2018
The government has responded to The Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices....