NEBOSH Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety

NEBOSH Examiner’s Reports: the do’s & don’ts of a successful certificate exam

Examiners’ reports on Certificate Level qualifications are published twice a year by NEBOSH following the March and September examinations and are free to download for students. They offer valuable feedback on examination sittings and, offering feedback on the following key areas; examination technique, command words and learning outcomes, should not be overlooked as part of… Continue reading NEBOSH Examiner’s Reports: the do’s & don’ts of a successful certificate exam

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Distance learning · Due diligence · Health and Safety Consultancy · Health and Safety Training · In-house training · Learning · Online learning · Risk Assessment · Workplace environment

4 Steps to Identifying and Delivering Health & Safety Training

We know that legislation* requires employers to offer the right training for the health and safety of their staff at work. However, as well as achieving legal compliance, there are many further benefits to organisations in providing effective health and safety training – it’s not just a box-ticking exercise or time-consuming burden… So what are the real… Continue reading 4 Steps to Identifying and Delivering Health & Safety Training

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Career and professional development

Planning Your Next Career Move

We’re all taught the importance of learning and development from a young age. Teachers and family members encourage us to study, practice skills, take exams and review our progress. If we do well, we set new targets, push boundaries and go further. If we fail, we review where we went wrong and set new goals.… Continue reading Planning Your Next Career Move

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Accident · Behaviour based safety (BBS) · Human Factors · Occupational Health and Safety

Implementing a Zero Accident Vision: 4 pillars of success

Zero Accident Vision (ZAV) is a viewpoint stating that no one ought to be injured as the result of an accident in the workplace. More a school of thought than an actual numerical goal, in accident prevention terms, Zero Accident Vision proposes that all accidents can be prevented and offers a basis for learning from… Continue reading Implementing a Zero Accident Vision: 4 pillars of success

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NEBOSH Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety · NEBOSH Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety · NEBOSH Qualifications · Revision

Guide to Preparing for Your NEBOSH Exams

As it’s ‘Learning at Work Week’ across the UK, this quick guide is targeted at everyone preparing for their NEBOSH Certificate or Diploma exams and provides some useful links for guidance on revision and exam day tips. Ease your stress and anxiety on revising effectively for your NEBOSH exams. Check out the links and infographic to useful guides on all… Continue reading Guide to Preparing for Your NEBOSH Exams

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Career and professional development · Health and Safety Consultancy · Health and Safety Training · In-house training · NEBOSH Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety · Occupational Health and Safety

Cross-sector Service Delivery in HSE Consultancy and Training: E4D/SOGA, Uganda

Case Study Astutis was commissioned by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH to develop and deliver Health, Safety and Environmental (HSE) training and coaching to 60 participants at managerial level from 30 organisations across Uganda in order to upgrade their HSE practices and standards as part of the E4D/SOGA (Employment and Skills for Eastern… Continue reading Cross-sector Service Delivery in HSE Consultancy and Training: E4D/SOGA, Uganda

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Accident · Behaviour based safety (BBS) · Health and Safety Regulations · Health and Wellbeing · Human Factors · Occupational Health and Safety · Risk Assessment · Workplace environment

Managing Workplace Fatigue

It is estimated that fatigue in the workplace costs the UK economy between £155 and £240 million each year – in direct workplace accident costs alone. A general term often used to describe a wide variety of conditions, fatigue is generally accepted as feeling very tired/weary/sleepy due to insufficient rest or sleep, prolonged work periods… Continue reading Managing Workplace Fatigue

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