IOSH has a number of publications, and we always welcome contributions from members.
Connect is a newsletter sent to over 46,000 IOSH members each week. It is tailored to members and features up to date news, articles, CPD tips and more. If you or one of your members have an idea for a Connect article and would like to speak to the team, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
IOSH magazine is a monthly publication focusing on the OSH profession as a whole, not just IOSH affairs.
From 12 August 2019, Redactive, an award-winning marketing and publishing agency, will manage and produce IOSH magazine, the magazine website and Health and Safety Jobs, as well as all magazine e-newsletters.
This move is part of IOSH’s wider transformation plan, to ensure that our membership services support the profession effectively and our publications and learning pathways reflect the leadership role IOSH plays in driving progress across health, safety and wellbeing in the work place. Throughout 2020, this will develop into a fresh, improved multi-platform offer.
Redactive, through the IOSH Magazine editor Nick Warburton, is responsible for writing or commissioning all content, except for ‘IOSH News’ articles and certain columns. If you would like to contribute to the magazine, please write to the magazine’s Editorial Board. Be aware that features for magazine editions are planned at least two or three months in advance.
Networks news is a quarterly publication written by IOSH volunteers, for IOSH volunteers. Networks news is dedicated to celebrating the work of IOSH volunteers and inspiring even more positive work across our networks. Each issue has a guest editor and a number of articles from IOSH volunteers. These may cover CPD, how to engage with members, or how an unusual event was managed.
The guest editor will set a central theme for their issue and this will help guide the articles. But don’t let that stop you putting your ideas forward for Networks news. If you or other committee members would like to contribute an article to Networks news, you can contact email@example.com with your suggestion.
Access previous editions of Networks news to find out more.