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Your National Council has been pretty busy over the past few months and there are a lot of exciting new attractions looming on the horizon!
The latest is the new Safety Management Body of Knowledge, which we have abbreviated to SaMBOK, but check out the Publications Body of Knowledge tab in the top navigation bar. Here you can find a whole spectrum of useful information from text book references to lessons learnt, training standards and videos. Meantime, you can access it from here .
We'd like to have any other contributions from you that you feel could be relevant to other members. Wherever possible, please make use of the standard template for your submissions to email@example.com. All contributions will be subject to a review and editing process and your use of the standard format will help speed this up considerably.
The Professional Body for the Growth of Occupational Safety
To provide an opportunity for the support and development of all those involved in Occupational Safety
Click here to download IOSM's Constitution
Safety Creed and Code of Conduct:
Click here to download IOSM's Safety Creed and Code of Conduct
Strategic Goals and Objectives Framework:
- Industry safety standard setting.
- Knowledge / information sharing networks / forums / access to subject
- Access to career guidance / career opportunities.
- Industry / media representation.
- Stakeholder maintenance / stakeholder relations management.
- Member sustainability
- Member ethics
- Organisational positioning
- Organisational direction (policies, strategies, plans, structures, etc.)
- Corporate governance
- Organisational performance management
- Organisation culture
- Organisational communication
- Organisational image
- Resource management:
- Human resource management
- Financial management
- ICT management
- Information / knowledge management
Origin of IOSM
The Institute of Safety Management had its origins in the South African Institute of Industrial Safety Officers which was established in 1952.
Its members cover a wide field of SHE disciplines which includes Occupational Injury and Accident Prevention, Loss Control, Fire Defence, Elements of Security, Ergonomics, Risk Management, Occupational Hygiene, as well as a comprehensive range of management skills.
The Institute is dedicated to the upgrading of the professional skills of its members and, as such, promotes various training courses throughout Southern Africa. Seminars on a wide range of loss control activities are run and briefs on specific topics are made available. All members receive a copy of ‘National Safety & Occupational Hygiene’, which not only gives current news regarding the Institute, but also carries articles of general interest in the fields of SHE management.
Minimum standards of competence have been established and a Professional Register of Practitioners is available in order that the technical skills and competence of persons practising in the field may be recorded, assessed and/or verified.
As well as being involved in training, the Institute is also concerned with analysing the ongoing training needs and identifying areas for improvement in safety education and upgrading technical competence. It maintains reciprocal membership arrangements with sister organisations in Europe, UK and the USA.