If you’re a member, you’ll need to renew your membership every year. The current annual subscription rates (renewals only) for 2020-2021 are as follows:
Affiliate Member - £133
Associate Member - £133
Technical Member - £133
Graduate Member* - £148
Chartered Member - £168
Chartered Fellow - £184
*Graduate Members pay a one-off charge of £160 when they register to start initial professional development (IPD). We don’t charge a fee for transferring to a different category of membership.
How do I renew my membership?
If you’re registered with MyIOSH, well let you know via your account when your membership is due for renewal and you’ll be able to renew securely online. You’ll also see, in your account, a Renew now link in the My details box when you’re logged in.
When you renew online you’ll be able to change your membership details, pay securely with a credit or debit card and get an immediate online receipt which you can print or save. You can also renew your membership by post or by calling us on +44 (0)116 257 3198.
Renewing in a different currency
If you are renewing your membership in a currency other than sterling, its best if you pay online by credit card; your renewal fee will automatically be converted to sterling using the latest currency rates. If you’re paying in sterling, you can also pay the renewal fee by cheque or postal order (made payable to IOSH).
To pay in Euros or by bank draft, email our Membership Team or call +44 (0)116 257 3198.
Need help with renewing your membership? Download our renewal FAQs.
Tax relief for UK-based members
If you’re a member in the UK who pays your own membership subscription, you can claim back tax relief at your marginal rate (either 20% or 40%).
To obtain the tax benefit, you should make your claim:
- using a Self-Assessment tax return if you already fill one in
- online or by printing and posting form P87 if you don’t already fill in a tax return
- by phone if you’ve had a successful claim in a previous year and your expenses are less than 1,000 (or 2,500 for - professional fees and subscriptions).
Visit Gov.uk for more information.