The Tees branch was formed in the early 1960s covering the geographical area of Country Durham, Darlington, Teesside and parts of North Yorkshire.
The Tees branch is one of the smallest IOSH branches with approximately 700 members. Our smaller profile means we are an informal, friendly branch. All are welcome at Tees branch events, including those who are not yet members of IOSH.
We aim to try and hold monthly events for members between September to June. We offer a mix of face to face and virtual events on topical subjects covering both technical areas and soft skills.
We also support our members on their professional journey. The branch executives are keen to see more of our members progress from student, technical and graduate membership through to becoming chartered or even fellowship members. We can help you get to grips with IOSH’s new Blueprint package and are planning a session on the new Initial Professional Development process later in the year.
We look forward to welcoming you to our meetings. If you have any queries in the meantime please email us at email@example.com
Andrew McKenna, CMIOSH
Chair of the Tees IOSH Tees Branch
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