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Barbour EHS is the health & safety information service that helps you save time and money, and avoid missing essential legislation, by delivering the health & safety regulation updates relevant to you, direct to your inbox.

As the official BIFM and USHA information service provider of health, safety and environmental information, Barbour EHS has been helping organisations stay safe and compliant for over 50 years. Get  the most comprehensive and up to date information from over 800 trusted industry sources, including the latest legislation changes, technical guides and best practice for the practitioner, as well as director level briefings and employee training guides.

Barbour Legislation Diary

The Barbour legislation diary lists all the known legislation changes due in 2016. It also includes legislation that has yet to be given a date. It is a small element of what the Barbour EHS service offers its users – Barbour subscribers have access to a range of supporting documents and templates that allows them to be prepared for any coming legislative changes. With easy bookmarking and change alert functionality, we will inform you when you need to review something that impacts your compliance management process

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Barbour International Service

Does your business operate across a number of jurisdictions? Do you have difficulty translating international legislation or struggle to stay on top of changes that could affect your company? Our new Barbour International Service can provide all the legislation and guidance required to help ensure your business is compliant.

To find out more and request a demo please click here

Podcast: Battle of the Ideas – approaches to leading health and safety

The past year has seen a number of opinions and ideas around safety culture being put forward. In our podcast we ask five leaders in health and safety:

– Is safety really broken?
– What’s the point in zero harm?
– Is the absence of accidents a positive thing?
– Why aren’t we coping with suicides and mental health?
– And what is the biggest threat to safety?

John Green, Steve Hails, Clive Johnson, Tim Marsh and Karl Simons endeavour to create positive safety cultures in their organisations but through very different leadership styles.

Find out what these stalwarts of safety really think in SHP’s first podcast, battling out the keys ideas of leadership and culture.

Click here to listen live on Tuesday 29th November.

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