South Wales Branch
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The aim of the South Wales Branch is to further the objectives of IOSH, to promote communication and engagement in occupational health and safety and, most importantly, to support our members in their professional activities.
On behalf of the South Wales Branch Committee, welcome to our Branch homepage. We enjoyed another successful season under Tudor Williams’s guidance as our previous Chair and we sincerely hope that you find the forthcoming year as fulfilling. The Committee has been expanded to welcome some new committee members and our succession planning has seen others progress into new roles. Our comprehensive and varied programme covers a wide range of topics, all chosen from the comment forms that members complete after every meeting. Please keep filling them in so we can continue to support you in the best way we can!
If you are a new or potential member, please speak (via chat) to any of the committee at our virtual meetings. We all display our IOSH South Wales logo as our background. If we can help advance your membership grade with advice or support, then of course we will.
If you are unable to attend a particular meeting, you should find the presentation on our website.
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Introducing Activate 2028
IOSH’s five-year strategy is all about action – and the whole occupational safety and health profession coming together to create better working lives. It’s about building on what we’ve achieved so far and progressing, supporting and celebrating our profession. Read more about Activate 2028 and how it will impact you, our extraordinary members.
Strategy work and achievements so far
Be sure to check out the South Wales Branch Strategy that highlights our bold vision for a safe and healthy world of work, in line with WORK 2022. Whilst COVID-19 has hit our face to face meetings it hasn’t deterred us from working as a committee to try to meet your needs. Currently all our meetings are online, but we are hoping to resume face to face as soon as IOSH HQ agree it’s safe for us to do so.
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