How to become a volunteer with IOSH

Vice President, Louise Hosking shares how you can be an IOSH volunteer

IOSH are looking for a new committee to take the Chiltern Branch forward through 2020 as part of the Work 2022 strategy. 

Our Vice President, Louise Hosking is committed to creating healthy, safe and sustainable places of work. Louise shares with IOSH why volunteering is so important to make that commitment a reality. 

Louise Hosking recalls how volunteering shaped her OSH career:

"Becoming a volunteer has just broadened my horizons, I started as a Vice-Chair 5 years ago, became a chair, and later was delighted to be elected as a Vice President, but it was starting as a volunteer at the Chiltern branch that started that journey".

Becoming an IOSH volunteer allows you to meet professionals from different sectors worldwide as well as progressing your OSH journey. The process embeds you within a branch and promises you opportunity's exclusive to being an IOSH branch member. 

If you are Chartered, working towards Chartered status or if you are an IOSH Future Leader you are eligible to become a volunteer within an IOSH branch. 

If you are considering becoming a volunteer or if you live in the Chiltern area, watch this video to find out how you can become a volunteer today.

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