The IOSH Education Group represents and works with members across the whole sector to promote health and safety in all areas of education. We have Committee members who have expertise in all areas of learning. We are able to offer guidance to Early Years, Independent Schools, Boarding Schools, Local Authority and Academies, Colleges, Universities, Apprentice and Training providers.
We have over 5,500 members and pleasingly we continue to grow. We continue to see our overseas membership grow with 785 members overseas. We are particularly pleased to see in the category of Student Membership that we now have 191 members so a very warm welcome to all our new members, and best wishes for the New Year ahead to all of our Members. We always welcome any thoughts on what our members would like to see from the Group so please contact us via the details below. We will shortly be publishing our new newsletter and our previous newsletters can be viewed here: news
Our Communications/Social Media Co-ordinator will be championing our activities on social media so please follow us to find out more.
Want to find out more?
- Join us on the LinkedIn IOSH Education Group
- Download our group leaflet
- Contact us via the IOSH website or via our Relationship Manager, Tina Lee.
Chair of the IOSH Education Group
To join the group, please email the Membership Team on email@example.com, quoting your membership number, and they will be able to add or change your group.
Don't forget to follow us on Twitter for group event and news updates.
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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.
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