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Occupational Health - Safety Information Service (OHSIS)

Mitigate risk while remaining compliant

Do you need to organise pertinent OHSI information fast? Are you falling behind in new regulation adoption?

Receive the latest occupational, health and safety information from more than 400 publishing organizations. OHSIS is an online tool containing official guidance, legislation, best practice and standards for Britain and the Republic of Ireland. With OHSIS, you receive relevant compliance data on your desktop, enabling you to:

  • Increase employee and environmental protection
  • Minimize illness and injury losses
  • Improve productivity
  • Mitigate environmental impacts

What’s Included

Topics

Topics include but are not limited to:

  • Fire safety
  • Food and drink safety
  • Offshore safety
  • Environmental health
  • Risk assessment
  • Control principles
  • Manual and mechanical hazards and control
  • Work equipment hazards
Data Sources

Sources include but are not limited to:

  • Health - Safety Executive (HSE)
  • Environment Agency
  • British Standards Institute (BSI)
  • Building Research Establishment (BRE)
  • Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH)
  • Chemical Industries Association
  • Food Standards Agency (FSA)
  • Fire Protection Association (FPA)
Features
  • Real-time alerts
  • Intuitive search
  • OHSIS NewsBriefs, documents, events
  • Legislation Watch change notifications
  • Guides, toolbox talks, summaries, checklists and slides
  • CPD-accredited, free online training

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I find meta-materials pretty fascinating. It's cool that through manipulation you can get things to behave in a way that is the opposite of what you would expect. A good example is a material recently created that expands when pressure is applied. I could imagine this would be a useful property for

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