Showcasing incredible work across the world of OSH
At IOSH, we’re proud of the amazing contribution our profession makes towards ensuring all human beings can fulfil their potential in a safe and healthy environment.
A big part of Activate 2028 is to celebrate the incredible work that’s already happening. We want to inspire future occupational safety and health (OSH) leaders, irrespective of industry, background or scale of project.
This means celebrating you – your stories, your projects and your teams and individuals that help to shape the future of our profession.
We’re publishing the most impactful stories and case studies submitted by you right here, as well as celebrating what these achievements mean across our social channels.
As part of this initiative, we’ve created a new honour – the award of IOSH Champion. This honour is awarded whenever and wherever we feel individual excellence in health and safety practice deserves to be recognised. Read about each of our IOSH Champions so far and watch this space for a continuing supply of inspirational OSH stories.
- Terry Jewell – the stories behind a 30-year career in civilian international search and rescue
- Craigie High School – the power of creative learning to achieve a safer and healthier world of work
- Helen Mwamba – putting female representation in Zambian health and safety on the agenda
- Victoria Bassett – creating a positive culture through workforce engagement
- Megan Burley – inspiring progress in occupational safety and health by turning challenges into new opportunities
- Dylan Skelhorn – one man’s battle to come back from life-changing injuries suffered at work
- Stephanie Berkeley – dedicated to improving the mental and physical wellbeing of farm workers
- John and Joko - imagine brave new world for OSH