Hello It is urgent Please help for starting newsletter in our company mostly i am interested in quaterly basis. Thanks Shraddha
From India, Pune
Hr Head With Pmi
Hr Professinal


Hi Shraddha,
Hope you are doing well...You can make your good start by A small and comprehensive msg from your director or so or your senior person from the top management , afetr tht you can add any of the most happening meet from your organisation or any of the employee got rewarded from any of the client side and ensure tht his comments shud also be there on the same page.Apart from this you an add, any specify article you wanna give regarding wellness of employess, any article with good morale,Any training sessions got conducted in your premises , recently any of the trainer called from outside agencies, Birthday Parties for the following month /News- who get married in the orgnisation, you can add up the small quiz section in the newsletter so tht for the same they get rewarded for the same in the next publication of your newsletter.I hope tht this will solve yuour purpose...So make a nice newsletter.

From India, Indore

good suggestions by piyush...
a company newsletter is a form of employee engagement.. so invite volunteers from different deptts, people who are creative/ artistic etc and form a small editorial team.
invite suggestions for the naming of newsletter...
form small sections: you may even have a corner for uploading the drawings/ poems etc of employee's kinds..
one section should be Environment, philantrhopy, health n safety etc...
stick to electronic format, pref should be a section on the intranet so that everybody can access it from there otherwise emails shall clog the server and also there is no point in having 10000 similia mails in a company..

From India, Delhi


am a patron of World Wildlife fund, here is their july newsletter...



Dear Mr. Surya Rana,

The WWF Regional Programme, which is studying climate change impacts on freshwater ecosystems in the Himalayas (CCIFEH), has just launched the very first issue of its newsletter Climate Contours, Living with Change:Biodiversity, Communities and Livelihoods.

This issue is devoted to describing the need for studying climate change impacts in today's world and its effects on our life-sustaining freshwater sources, which also forms the backbone of this project. The newsletter throws light upon the six pilot sites of intervention across India and Nepal, describes their vulnerability in the face of climate change and our efforts and initiatives to help develop existing and new adaptation strategies for communities, their livelihoods and biodiversity in these areas. Scientific Research forms is an integral wing of our programme and hence Climate Contours has devoted a special section to glacier research in India and Nepal.

We hope to use this medium to exchange information on the developments our diligent staff have made in each of these sites as well as voice issues raised by communities living in these areas.

Warm Regards,

Anisha Singh


Network Services and Supporter Relations


172-B Lodi Estate

New Delhi

91-11-4150 4803

From India, Delhi

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another newsletter (example of pull rather than push factor)



This bulletin is just a sample of What's New on HSE's website this week. The site is

updated daily, visit: <link outdated-removed>


++ Foot and mouth outbreak ++

HSE playing an important role in COBR led response. <link updated to site home>


++ New gas installer registration scheme for Great Britain ++

HSE announces competition to run a new gas installer registration scheme. <link updated to site home>

++ Offshore industry urged to make further investment ++

HSE urges the industry 'make further investments' to protect workers and future safety

goals. <link updated to site home>


++ Egg boxes are banned in craft lessons as they might cause Salmonella ++

Help us dispel the health and safety myths - posters available.


++ Health and safety newsletter - subscribe today ++

Feature article - falls from vehicles campaign.


++ Offshore safety statistics 2006/07 ++

Statistics relating to offshore incidents reported to Offshore Division.

++ Managing asbestos on offshore installations ++

FOI release - duty holder approaches to managing asbestos materials offshore. <link updated to site home>

[PDF 90kb]

++ Offshore external corrosion project ++

Aiming to reduce risks from external corrosion on offshore installations. <link updated to site home>


++ First aid at work training ++

HSE is seeking expressions of interest to provide services in support our First Aid at

Work regulatory activities. <link updated to site home>


++ Attend the next agriculture committee open meeting ++

Agenda and invitation to Agriculture Industry Advisory Committee meeting - 29 October

2007. <link updated to site home>

++ Agriculture safety and health awareness days ++

FOI release - guidance for those organising farming, forestry and arboriculture events. <link updated to site home>

[PDF 38kb]


++ Recovery (and repair) of public service vehicles ++

New guidance on safe recovery (and repair) of buses and coaches fitted with air

suspension. <link updated to site home>


++ Societal risk and responsibility ++

15th SEISO/HSE COMAH workshop, Manchester, 22 October 2007. <link updated to site home>


++ Health and Safety Laboratory vacancies ++

Recruiting - Occupational Hygienist, 2 Dermal Exposure Scientists and an Administrator.


++ New stonemasonry microsite ++

Dealing with health and safety and guidance in the stonemasonry industry.


++ Science and research outlook newsletter August 2007++

Covering: scuba diving falls in classrooms, fairground ride design and structural


<link no longer exists - removed>

++ Recently published research ++

Topics on noise emissions, small to medium-sized enterprises and behaviour at

fairgrounds. <link updated to site home>


Infoline - Health and safety information and advice:

Call 0845 345 0055 or visit:

Report an accident:

Call 0845 300 9923 or visit:


Any ideas for improving the e-bulletin? Get in touch:

From India, Delhi

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