IOSHM (Mauritius) - About Us
The Institution of Occupational Safety & Health Management (IOSHM) first known as the Association of Health and Safety Managers was founded in 1981 and is registered under the Registration of Association Act 1978. It is the oldest and most representative non-governmental and non-profit organisation regrouping more than 200 occupational safety and health officers and safety professionals in Mauritius. The Institution is also an MQA registered training institution.
IOSHM joined more than 40 organisations worldwide in the landmark signing of the Singapore Accord. The Accord, spearheaded by the International Network of Safety and Health Practitioner Organisations (INSHPO), presents the OHS Professional Capability Framework as a global framework for the occupational safety and health professional that will increase the effectiveness and impact of this role in every industry.
Six years in the making, the OHS Professional Capability Framework received global support from organisations such as the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE), the Canadian Society of Safety Engineering (CSSE) and the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH).
APOSHO 33 (04 – 05 December 2018, Regal Kowloon Hotel, Hong Kong)
Driving OSH excellence through communication and collaboration
The 33rd APOSHO (Asia Pacific Occupational Safety and Health Organization) Annual Meetings and Conference will be held in Regal Kowloon Hotel, Hong Kong from 04 – 05 December 2018.
APOSHO 33 will be hosted by the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH), the world's largest professional health and safety organisation. Building on the continuous success of the past 32 conferences, APOSHO 33 sets to create an excellent opportunity for forging relationship and collaboration between members of the APOSHO family.
The Conference topics will include:
Communicating the safety message
How collaboration can make work safer
Incorporating OSH into the sustainability agenda
Innovation: new ways of working
How communicating wellbeing means healthier work (occupational and mental health)
To express your interest and register for updates, please visit the APOSHO 33 website HERE.