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AOSH Awarding Body UK Ltd.

AOSH Awarding Body UK Ltd. is a progressive and fast growing autonomous awarding body, our purpose is to certify practitioners in the health and safety profession. AOSH UK Certification Schemes are accredited by International Accredited Service (IAS) as per ISO/IEC/17024:2012 standard.

Institution Of Occupational Safety And Health

The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) is the world's leading professional body for people responsible for safety and health in the workplace. IOSH longs to give the safety and health profession a consistent, independent, authoritative voice at the highest levels.
The institution supports its members in a variety of practical and effective ways. IOSH offers online forums, networking events, conferences, exhibitions and helplines to share information as well as advice, legal guidance and best practice. IOSH runs high-profile campaigns to promote awareness of the issues that affect safety, health and wellbeing at work and highly regarded training courses.
IOSH's objective is a world where work is safe and healthy for every working person, every day.

Health And Safety Laboratory (HSL)

The Health and Safety Laboratory (HSL) is Britain's leading industrial health and safety facility with over 30 years of research experience across all sectors. Operating as an agency of the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), it supports their mission to protect people's health and safety by ensuring risks in the changing workplace are properly controlled.


Institute Of Work, Health & Organisations (University Of Nottingham)

The Institute of Work, Health and Organisations (IWHO) is an international postgraduate research school in the Faculty of Law & Social Sciences. It is committed to promoting the contribution of applied psychology to occupational and public health and safety and to the development of successful and healthy organisations and communities. Occupational psychology, occupational health psychology, and health and clinical psychology are among its defining interests.



Founded in 1957, the British Safety Council is one of the world's leading health and safety organisations. Its mission is to keep people healthy and safe at work and to support a healthier, safer and more sustainable society. The council works hand-in-hand with the world's leading companies, developing safe systems of work. Specialist teams of lecturers, trainers, auditors, advisers and information providers give practical help to organisations in more than 50 countries worldwide.
The British Safety Council offers a wide selection of training services which can be attended at our public venues, or can be arranged as private in-company courses. BSC Training is designed to be interactive and practical.

University Of Brighton, Occupational Health And Safety Department

The Health and Safety Department provides all staff and students at Brighton University with advice and guidance on safety so as to support living, working and learning in a safe and sustainable environment.
The department supports the delivery of the university’s Health and Safety Policy and associated Strategic Plan and is dedicated to providing an outstanding partnership based service which ensures the continuous improvement of the Health and Safety Management System.

Jolly Back, founded by physiotherapist Lorna Taylor, has been providing practical and ergonomic solutions, backed up by trusted advice, for employers and employees working with young children since 2009.
Jolly Back aspires to improve the working life, health and comfort of early years and primary educators, pediatric therapists and those caring for children through providing practical and ergonomic seating solutions.

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