According to ILO (International Labour Organisation) estimates, in the region of 2.3 million workers each year die from an occupational injury or illnesses, (this equates to over 6,300 workers dying each day across the world) despite a rising global recognition of the importance of good health and safety practices in the workplace. For every fatal… Continue reading NEBOSH International Health & Safety Qualifications Transcending Borders
Read Senior Health and Safety Executive, Dalia Raoof’s online learning experience of the NEBOSH International Diploma while working for a company in the Electricity and Water industry based in the UAE.She outlines how she needed to add to her knowledge and skills to develop professionally.
As the age old saying goes…’proper planning and preparation prevents poor performance ‘ – try saying that five times! So, we’ve come up with a few tips which will help you plan your NEBOSH Diploma study and make the most of your course. Set Your Targets Grab yourself a diary or calendar and make a note… Continue reading NEBOSH Diploma Study Guide
Here at Astutis, our team of Learning Developers has been busy updating our NEBOSH Diploma course materials to reflect the latest syllabus update (November 2015). NEBOSH reviews and updates its Diploma syllabus every 5 years. Following extensive research, the changes to the course content reflects the knowledge and understanding required by health and safety practitioners… Continue reading NEBOSH Diploma Syllabus Update 2016
Guest Post from Brian Sumbot, Lead Tutor at Atlas CanAmerica What is NEBOSH? The answer to this question is more than just the name. NEBOSH, which stands for the British-based National Examination Board for Occupational Safety and Health is a body that examines and tests your competency in the application of Health Security Safety and… Continue reading NEBOSH in North and South America – why is it relevant?
In this, my last in a series of 4 blog posts covering the NEBOSH Diploma and International Diplomas’ Workplace Assignment, I will be looking at the report’s conclusion and how to neatly tie the loop in the final stages by addressing succinctly the various aspects introduced in the earlier stages – not forgetting your executive… Continue reading NEBOSH Unit D – (4) tying up your report with a sensible conclusion
Making up nearly half of your report (and worth up to 48 marks), the main body of the NEBOSH Diploma/International Diploma Workplace Assignment is where candidates will largely pass or fail and as such needs to be approached with due diligence. The main body of your report will lead on nicely to your advice or recommendations going… Continue reading NEBOSH Unit D Workplace Assignment – (3) how to approach the main body of your report