Occupational Health and Safety Management
Good employers now recognise that managing health and safety has not only legal and moral imperatives, but also makes good business sense.
At Loughborough University we have an international reputation as a top-ten UK business school that has been delivering professionally recognised qualifications in occupational health and safety management for more than 35 years. Our qualifications equip you to make better informed decisions concerning the management of occupational health and safety and drive improved organisational performance in all areas.
The School is regarded as internationally leading in teaching and nationally leading on research on a wide range of subjects related to organisational and business resilience. Our researchers are internationally recognised, and funded, across intelligence and security, crisis management, emergency management, fire safety, technology and organisational resilience and the political risk and stability across regions. Our staff all have very strong and enduring links to practitioner communities, and indeed many of them have come into universities from outside careers.
Examples of past research projects
- ‘Learning Lessons from the Secret Past’ – AHRC funded
- ‘The History of Intelligence and Security’ – AHRC funded
- ‘Hearing Voices Project’ – a project that builds the connections that are missing, between those who claim to build peace, and those they claim to build it for
- ‘Wireless Sensor Network for Fire Safety (SafetyNet)’, funded by the DTI
- ‘Integrating Security Technology and Organisational Culture for Employee Risk Management (ERA)’, funded by the DTI
- ‘Integrated Support System for Efficient Water Usage and Resources Management (ISS_EWATUS)’, funded by European Commission
- 'Fusing Regions? Sustainable Regional Governance in the Context of European Integration' project, funded by the Nordic Council of Ministers' international research programme, including the follow-up 'Fusing Regions Plus' project (2010-2014)
- 'Researching National Perspectives' as part of the EU funded European Union Post Lisbon (EU-PO-LIS) Jean Monnet Multinational Research Group that is applying fusion approaches to evaluations of the EU in the 2007 Lisbon Treaty era (and brings together researchers from eight universities across Europe)