RoSPA helps to disseminate information and guidance on important occupational health and safety issues; through its publications and e-bulletins; with its support for the Safety Group network - helping local Safety Groups reach out to SMEs; organizing awareness raising events and seminars; providing useful guidance and advice; promoting the issue of Occupational Road Risk; and through highlighting its Key Issues.
RoSPA’s Occupational Health & Safety Journal will keep you up-to-date with the latest news, legislation and developments in the health and safety world.
Occupational Safety & Health E-Bulletins are free monthly bulletins from RoSPA providing updates on the latest news and best practice advice.
Local safety groups
RoSPA provides the secretariat for Safety Groups UK which is the coordinating body for the 70+ Safety Groups around the UK. Local Groups hold regular meetings on health and safety issues, signposting current topics as well as providing a local forum for communication and discussion. Find out more about supporting local safety groups.
RoSPA organises conferences and seminars throughout the year on key Occupational Safety issues, offering the opportunity to keep up to date with current issues and learn about new initiatives.
Advice and information
View RoSPA's Advice and Information on issues including: small firms, reducing sickness absence, manual handling, stress and manual handling.
ScORSA – Scottish Occupational Road Safety Alliance
The Scottish Occupational Road Safety Alliance (ScORSA) was created to provide free information and support to assist Small and Medium Sized businesses to raise awareness of managing occupational road risk. As part of their commitment to the Scottish Government Road Safety policy, Scotland’s Road Safety Framework to 2020, RoSPA provide secretariat for the group and ongoing service delivery to its members.
SHPF – Scottish Higher Performers Forum
RoSPA provides the Secretariat for SHPF. SHPF works alongside CBI Scotland, Federation of Small Business and the Scottish Centre for Helathy Working Lives (SCHWL) to develop a model and programme for business to business mentoring, funded by the Scotitsh Government.
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, working, where possible, in co-operation with others and developing associated products and services where appropriate.
RoSPA's 'Key Issues' include; Assisting Small firms; Occupational Health, Managing Occupational Road Risk, Accident Investigation, Director Leadership, Team Leadership and Worker involvement.