A conference is to be held in June to study the development of
"one-stop shops" for the provision of treatment...
The IOSH 2001 Annual Conference and Exhibition was held at the Bournemouth
International Centre on 7 and 8 March. The...
What is the role of an NHS occupational health department in minimising the impact of the influenza virus on health care workers?
Employment pilot scheme includes several projects to improve delivery of OH
Shortlisted team for Occupational Health Award for Managing Employee Health: Personnel Today Awards 2000
Occupational Health journal, a...
Long Learning and Continuing Professional Development (CPD) are the processes
by which professionals, such as nurses, develop and improve...
With more than half a million in Britain suffering with back
strain, employers will welcome a new survey, which recommends...
For The Post Office's Employee Health Services team the challenge is to provide a high standard of healthcare to 200,000 people at different locations across the UK
Upper limb disorders including neck pain and repetitive strain injuries are
one of the most common work-related ailments affecting European...
Annual event sees launch of projects to raise awareness on the prevention and treatment of backpain
This month’s news
Breath of fresh air
The Health & Safety Executive has produced guidance on ventilation to
Local authorities’ lack of flexibility is pushing staff into taking early retirement.Research published this week shows that of those retiring...
In handling sickness absence, practitioners need to be watchful of the Disability Discrimination Act
Employers have been slow to recognise driving as a major risk factor to staff. But with shocking new statistics, practitioners are being forced to sit up and take notice
treatments for musculoskeletal problems hailed as answer to poor success rates
new generation of treatments for...