Setting the scene Water is an essential resource, without drinking it for example we can only survive for a few days. It also has many significant uses for agriculture and industry. Water demand is rising due to increases in populations and our ever-increasing need. When … [Read more...] about Did you know we can footprint water?
Introduction Throughout my career I have been astounded on occasion as to how differently people can interpret information. Take for example when I am delivering a course. You can talk about a topic for a while and then ask a question surrounding it and you will get vastly … [Read more...] about The difference in perception of risk
It will come as no surprise to anyone that all of my teaching work has moved online since lockdown at the end of March. I have been running Live Online NEBOSH Certificate and Diploma courses. History lesson As my history teacher used to say, “Necessity is the mother of … [Read more...] about Is Live Online for me? – A personal view
I have been working from home quite a lot recently. And by that what I actually mean is; I haven’t stood in front of a group of students since mid-March. Some of the work has involved delivering our new Live Online NEBOSH National General Certificate courses (see … [Read more...] about Pick and Mix
Introduction The effective use of resources is an effective way in which organisations can reduce their environmental impact and reduce costs. It always strikes me as strange that companies will cut costs in many other ways but will not consider mechanisms by which they can … [Read more...] about Resource efficiency – an effective way to save money and reduce environmental impact