Entries by Rebecca Lambert

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BESA backs indoor air quality campaign

If clean air campaigners get their way, developers could soon be required to achieve an agreed standard of indoor air quality to gain planning permission for new buildings The Clean Air in London campaign has been pressing the Mayor of London to include indoor air quality (IAQ) levels in his revised London Plan for buildings […]

What OSHA-Authorized Training Is and What it Isn’t

Wednesday, April 5th, 2017 Background The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is part of the United States Department of Labor. OSHA acts as the national public health agency dedicated to assuring safe and healthful working conditions for working men and women. The functions of OSHA include setting and enforcing work-related exposure standards and providing […]

Brexit Myth Busting

There seem to have been a lot of iconic pictures of world leaders signing important documents floating around in the past few months.  I couldn’t help thinking the image of Theresa May signing the letter triggering Article 50 on Wednesday was just another in a long line, following Donald Trump signing a variety of Executive […]

The Future of ISO 45001 Conference

2016 did not see publication of the promised ISO 450001, the long-awaited replacement for the occupational health and safety standard, OHSAS 18001. Effective Software will be hosting an event discussing the future of the accreditation amongst a panel of health and safety experts. DATE & TIME FOR EVENT April 26th 2017. Doors open at 9:30am with […]

How Risky is Game of Thrones?

Game of Thrones Assessing The Risk To celebrate the impending return of the fantastic Game of Thrones to our TV screens at the end of June (speculative date – IMDB believe the first episode will air on the 25th June), Callidus Health & Safety discuss health & safety in Westeros. In particular, the risks at […]