In the early 1990’s the then LOHSG Treasurer Richard Q Balls decided that there would be benefits to the Group in becoming a registered charity.
The Group Executive Committee sets out an exciting and informative programme for the membership.
Members of LOHSG may care to note that attendance at our meetings may help you to accrue Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credits.
Once you become a member of LOHSG you are automatically entitled to discounts from a number of Companies.
The Lancashire Occupational Health and Safety Group was founded in 1930......
Lancashire Occupational Health & Safety Group: "It's about making sure people get home safe" Preston, 1930. A handful of businesses based in the North West including the English Electric Company, Leyland and Birmingham Rubber Company, Leyland Motors, Siemen’s Lamps, and the Wood Milne Company are growing increasingly concerned at the growing rate and severity of accidents in their factories during the years following WWI.