Helping women to lead safely part 2

Helping women to lead safely part 2

RoSPA and L’Oréal are piloting a new initiative that will empower women across the globe to be leaders in Health and Safety.

Helping women to lead safely part 1

Helping women to lead safely part 1

RoSPA and L’Oréal are delighted to announce a new initiative that will empower women across the globe to be leaders in Health and Safety.

Women in Health & Safety: Shelia Pantry OBE

Women in Health & Safety: Shelia Pantry OBE

"It’s absolutely brilliant to be a woman in health and safety. I was so lucky with a team of wonderful, enthusiastic, knowledgeable staff and colleagues."

Women in Health & Safety: Rebecca Needham

Women in Health & Safety: Rebecca Needham

"I think we need to break down the perception that health and safety is a male-dominated industry. It’s important that we promote the visibility of women in the industry"

Women in Health & Safety: Dee Arp

Women in Health & Safety: Dee Arp

"My working life began in civil engineering so I was used to being in the minority. Yes sometimes I was treated differently."

Women in Health & Safety: Carolyn Reid

Women in Health & Safety: Carolyn Reid

"The biggest issues in health and safety today are driving for work and the management of occupational road risk."

Women in Health & Safety: Carlene McAvoy

Women in Health & Safety: Carlene McAvoy

"The world is changing, health and safety is changing and it’s important to be part of that change.”

Women in Health & Safety: Anita Plumb

Women in Health & Safety: Anita Plumb

"In the 1970s I did notice that most of the roles in health and safety were taken by men..."

Women in Health & Safety: Amy Brant

Women in Health & Safety: Amy Brant

"The challenge lies in reaching those that do not feel or believe in health and safety or opening the door to those that have an older outdated perception of the sector"


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