Have you been thinking about a career in health and safety but aren’t quite sure where it will take you? Health and safety consultant Andrew Froude sat down with us to discuss his own journey and offer advice for those just starting out in their health and safety career.
Unit DNI is a compulsory module of the NEBOSH Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety consisting of an 8000-word health and safety report. Whether you’re a National or International learner, this post will help you complete your assignment.
If you have never studied online before, you will probably be wondering what it’s like. How do I learn? What do I do if I’m stuck? How can I get feedback on my progress? These are all valid questions and ones that many online learners have asked at the beginning of their online learning journey…
If you’ve decided to take your NEBOSH Certificate but you need to persuade your employer of its real value and benefits for the company it’s worth reading on. Here are 5 tangible benefits for a company to invest time and money in getting a staff member qualified on the NEBOSH Certificate. 5 Company benefits of investing in a NEBOSH qualified… Continue reading Company Benefits of Staff taking the NEBOSH Certificate
When it comes to a new career, it can be a daunting prospect to go into something you’re not entirely familiar with. There are so many new opportunities out there, so it’s important to do your research. Why Health and Safety? The health and safety profession is now more popular than ever. More and more people… Continue reading Is Health and Safety a Good Career Choice?
Environmental and sustainability professionals are some of the most satisfied workers; salaries are rising, CPD is encouraged and the nature of their work is rewarding…
We all understand that one of the main reasons for investigating accidents is to find out why it happened, in order to prevent it happening again. The impact of an accident can be very damaging to staff morale, disruption of operations and the company reputation with significant associated costs. Learning from failures and implementing changes… Continue reading Accident Prevention: Learning from Past Failures