Application Form and how to apply

How to apply

To apply for assistance from the fund, you can either complete our application form below or contact the Governance Team at Governance@iosh.com. You can also email the team if you encounter any issues when submitting your form below. The team will be your point of contact during the course of the application process and will be able to answer any questions you have about the fund.

Application for financial assistance

Before you complete the application form, please read these notes carefully. If you have any questions about the Fund, please email: Governance@iosh.com

Who can apply?

  • Current and previous IOSH members with at least one year membership, plus their family members and dependents
  • Previous IOSH employees

Your application

Please complete the application form as fully as you can. Your application will be processed as soon as possible and usually within 25 days. If it’s incomplete, this may cause a delay. Applications for grants from the Fund are always welcomed and are treated in total confidence. It is advisable that you contact Governance@iosh.com in the first instance, explaining the circumstances and the type of assistance that's needed. 


Personal details
IOSH Membership
Employment status
Financial information

The information you provide will be used only by the Trustees of the Benevolent Fund and will remain strictly private and confidential.

For all your income and spending, please indicate the figures in Sterling per month.

Monthly income details
(complete if you are employed/retired)
complete if you are employed/retired

complete if you receive benefits

Monthly outgoings
Essentials and accommodation
Travel and regular bills
Other information
(Please provide name of organisation, date, amount awarded and reason for award)

If you need impartial, external advice on managing your finances you can contact: National debt line: 0808 808 4000. Citizens advice: www.citizensadvice.org.uk

Utility companies usually have a helpline for those having difficulties in paying their utility bills.