IOSH magazine's podcast series features exclusive interviews with industry experts, behind the scenes discussions with IOSH members, and conversations with future leaders of the health and safety profession.
EDI tips to protect business and ensure compliance
A truly inclusive approach to safety should encompass all aspects of equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI). In this episode, two IOSH Future Leaders share ideas of how they've used it to their advantage in their organisations.
Episode 14: Hybrid working and MSDs
Featuring Matt Birtles, principal ergonomist, HSE
IOSH Future Leaders interview the HSE's ergonomic guru to find out what organisations should be doing to safeguard hybrid workers against MSDs.
Episode 13: The value of OH services post-pandemic: Featuring Professor Dame Carol Black
In this exclusive interview, Professor Dame Carol Black talks to IOSH magazine about the value of occupational health services and discusses emerging issues that will require our attention as we return to the new normal.
12: What inspires you as an OSH practitioner?
In this episode, two members of the IOSH Future Leaders steering group explore where they get their inspiration from as health and safety practitioners, discuss how to develop power skills, and give our listeners some fresh ideas about different places we can all learn from.
11: The Future is Bright: Featuring Vanessa Harwood-Whitcher, IOSH Chief Executive
In this episode, we speak to IOSH’s chief executive, Vanessa Harwood-Whitcher. Vanessa discusses her first six months in the job, how the profession has earned the recognition it deserves thanks to Covid, and why we should be optimistic about the future.
10. Human capital and social sustainability
IOSH magazine's digital editor Kellie Mundell speaks to Chris Jerman, thought leadership manager at IOSH, about human capital and social sustainability. Chris breaks down this important concept and explains how IOSH is connecting the conversation with its Catch the Wave campaign.