Safety Groups UK
The mission of Safety Groups UK is to ensure that health and safety groups are key players in the UK health and safety system and in the delivery of UK health and safety strategy.
The organisation, established in 1947, and formerly called The National Health & Safety Groups Council is the co-ordinating body for the network of local Occupational Health and Safety Groups located throughout the UK. Find out more about Safety Groups UK.
RoSPA's National Occupational Safety & Health Committee (NOSHC)
The National Occupational Safety & Health Committee is a voluntary association of people drawn from organisations representing a broad cross section of occupational safety and health interests. It is an advisory committee to The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents. The purpose of the Committee is to advise RoSPA in identifying ways and means of improving occupational safety and health. Membership is by invitation of the Board of Trustees of RoSPA and is reviewed annually. Find out more about the National Occupational Safety & Health Committee (NOSHC).
Scottish Occupational Road Safety Alliance (ScoRSA)
The Scottish Occupational Road Safety Alliance (ScORSA) was created to raise awareness of managing occupational road risk and to promote occupational road safety within Scotland through promoting the positive benefits of risk management. Find out more about ScoRSA - the Scottish Occupational Road Safety Alliance.