South Coast Branch

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Welcome to the South Coast Branch!

We hold meetings most months (except in August) and they are usually on the second Monday of the month; virtual and face-to-face, usually one every quarter. Whilst our meetings are primarily for IOSH members they are also open to visitors, anyone with an interest in health and safety.

Topics and presentations are driven by request from members, current issues and access to notable presenters, providing those that  attend with opportunities to develop or fine tune their health and safety knowledge and skills and to influence our programme of events.

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The South Coast Branch aims to support IOSH in promoting best practice and continual improvement in occupational safety and health, and to encourage sensible safety and health management and promote the ethos that good health and safety is good for business.


  • To manage the branch in accordance with the IOSH Charitable Objects and Corporate Manual and maintain the good name of IOSH;
  • To promote Continuing Professional Development for occupational safety and health professionals, and within IOSH’s Competency Framework;
  • To provide opportunities for members to network and share relevant experiences while encouraging them to advocate sensible risk management, continual improvement and best practice.

The branch committee will provide guidance and support to all grades of membership in their career paths and support those wishing to achieve Chartered status. 

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Disclaimer: The information and opinions expressed on this webpage are those of the author at the time of writing and not necessarily those of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH).