Monthly Archives: June 2014


You have spent weeks and months studying, late nights getting through course material, hours practising mock questions and answers, a flurry of questions to your fellow students in the forums and clarification from your tutors.  Your exam date is booked and you are already preparing to celebrate a renewed social […]

Your Pre NEBOSH Exam Checklist


Last week Gary Fallaize (Managing Director RRC International) and David Towlson (Director of Training and Quality) had the pleasure of attending the Nebosh Graduation ceremony for Health and Safety, and Environmental Diploma students.  This was held at the University of Warwick on Monday the 23rd June. Over 200 students were in […]

2014 NEBOSH Graduation and Awards Ceremony


Culture club If you are of a similar age to me, I bet the first thing that came into your head on reading that title was Boy George and all those great Culture Club songs.  Actually, I didn’t really like them at the time – I was more into heavier […]

Construction Industry



It has begun… With the UK’s largest Health & Safety show commencing tomorrow (17th June 2014), RRC International are anticipating a busy few days at the SHExpo 2014 in London.

SHExpo 2014 ExCeL London


Practical projects – the good, the bad and the ugly I mark NEBOSH Environmental Diploma projects on a fairly regular basis, so I’d like to offer some hints and tips to help you achieve a good mark, based on my experiences of the sublime and the ridiculous! First and foremost, […]

Hints and Tips – NEBOSH Environmental Diploma


RRC International are proud supporters of Health and Safety Week 2014, an initiative that is celebrating the UK’s 85% reduction in fatal accidents since the introduction of the Safety at Work Act in 1974. The UK’s key health and safety bodies have untied to launch H&S Week including; BOHS – […]

RRC International supports Health & Safety Week 2014



Digital vs paper – the jury’s out One of the photographs we looked at during a recent NEBOSH Environmental Awareness at Work pilot course featured a pile of waste electronic circuit boards that had been dumped in the corner of a farmer’s field somewhere in south-east Asia. I’m pretty certain […]

Environmental responsibilities


Permission to speak, sir? That was it, wasn’t it – Corporal Jones’ usual request whenever he felt he had something important to say to Captain Mainwaring. I’m showing my age again with these ancient references – for the benefit of younger readers, I’m referring to the excellent 1970s BBC comedy […]

What is a permit to work?