Occupational Safety and Health

RoSPA's Occupational Safety department - working towards reducing work-related accidents and ill health.

What we do

RoSPA plays a unique role in UK health and safety. As a member organisation that campaigns for safety change we also provide services and support to help organisations on their own journey to become safer and healthier places in which to work.

For further information on all occupational safety issues or if you can't find the resource you are looking for, consult our Frequently Asked Questions, complete our Contact Form or email us at: help@rospa.com or call: +44 (0)121 248 2000.

Our Key Issues

RoSPA has a number of 'key issues' which focuses policy development effort on major topics where RoSPA intervention can help secure significant and lasting safety change

RoSPA Occupational Safety

For further information on all occupational safety issues or if you can't find the resource you are looking for, consult our Frequently Asked Questions, complete our Contact Form or email us at: help@rospa.com or call: +44 (0)121 248 2000.

Advice and Information

RoSPA's occupational safety department produces a wide range of advice and information resources on all aspects of accident prevention in and around the workplace.

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20/08/2014 : Press release: RoSPA Scotland Congress to celebrate health and safety achievements

Boosting health and safety performance to drive businesses forward will be the key theme at this year’s Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents’ (RoSPA) Scotland Congress.  

07/07/2014 : Press release: RoSPA delivers road safety workshop to heavy-vehicle drivers in the UAE

The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) has partnered with United Arab Emirates-based Tristar Transport to deliver a road safety awareness workshop for more than 500 heavy-vehicle drivers.

30/06/2014 : Press release: Action needed to make occupational road risk a priority, new review finds

Road deaths and serious injuries involving at-work drivers and riders remain one of our most serious road safety issues, according to a strategic review published today.

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