The International Institute of Risk and Safety Management is a professional body and charity that offers recognition, information and support to over 8,000 Members around the world. We welcome members from all backgrounds and locations and aim to be the natural, global home for all safety, health and risk practitioners at whatever stage of their career.
The British Safety Council is a trusted leader in health, safety and environmental management. As a not-for-profit organisation all of our resources are directed to reducing risk and preventing injuries in the workplace. For nearly 60 years we’ve been helping organisations around the world to develop and maintain effective practices. We’re consulted directly on legislation and campaign actively to raise standards.
The British Occupational Hygiene Society (BOHS) is a science-based, charitable body that provides information, expertise and guidance in the recognition, control and management of workplace health risks.
Founded in 1995 APS strive to continuously improve and promote the professional practice of design and construction health and safety risk management. Amongst APS members are the country’s leading architectural, engineering, health and safety, project management and surveying professionals. Our members are all required to maintain their skills, knowledge and experience by undertaking Continuing Professional Development programmes each year, which means APS members are some of the UK's most trusted, leading experts.