Environment



Which Environmental Qualification is right for you In this post I thought we could look at IEMA and NEBOSH approaches to environmental management qualifications. By comparing the two approaches at the foundation and advanced levels it might help you choose which is best for you if you want to undertake […]

IEMA v NEBOSH


In this post I thought I would consider sustainable development and the operation of a model to describe how its components fit together. As many of you will probably be aware the ‘stock’ definition of sustainable development is as follows ‘Sustainable development is development that meets the need of the […]

The Five Capitals – a model for sustainable development



Key elements of effective environmental leadership In this post I thought we could have a look at what makes an effective environmental leader. Whether you are a leader or you aspire to be one or want to assess your current environmental leader hopefully this post will be useful to you! […]

Accountability and Commitment


Preparing well for the NEBOSH Diploma in Environmental Management exam is essential if you want to do well, so in this post we are going to look at things that you can do to increase the chances of success in the exam and improve your confidence. The exam that you […]

Preparing for the NEBOSH Environmental Diploma Exam


I was sitting in a neighbour’s kitchen recently with a group of folks who were talking about beating the bounds. This is an old tradition that goes back to medieval times where people walk around a parish boundary. The organiser was narrating the route and talking about possible hazards along […]

Bad Daisy!



Ideas to eliminate plastic waste Plastic waste has been getting very bad press recently. The debate in the UK at least seemed to have been awoken by the screening of the final episode of Blue Planet 2 in which David Attenborough’s eloquent words in addition to some amazing footage highlighted […]

Plastic Fantastic?


NEBOSH Diploma in Environmental Management Element 7 In this blog post I take a look at the key sources of information that can be accessed to understand the environment in an area. As you might be aware, it is generally a legal requirement for environmental information collected by public bodies […]

Finding information about the environment where you live or work


NEBOSH Diploma in Environmental Management Element 11 The recent floods in late December 2015 and early January 2016 have been some of the worst on record. Many thousands of people have been affected and the cost of damage caused by the floods is projected to be over £1.5 billion. I […]

Are more flood defences the answer?