The other day I found myself pondering what the impact of the last year-or-so of covid has been on the nation’s work-related accident statistics. (I mean aside for the 127,841 covid fatalities. Or 152,183 fatalities. Or any other depressingly high number that takes your … [Read more...] about RIDDOR and the lockdown year
Health & Safety
In this blog I thought it might be useful to take a quick look at the principal changes that have occurred to NEBOSH health and safety qualifications as a result of Brexit. Before I start, I’m just going to set out a few caveats: I’m only going to look at current NEBOSH … [Read more...] about Brexit and NEBOSH courses
In an attempt to distract you from COVID (yes I said it, the C-word), this blog has nothing to do with Coronavirus (I’ve done it again), pandemics or the politics of vaccination programmes (ooo! we’re on thin ice now; before you know it I’ll mention the EU, Brexit (the B-word) … [Read more...] about Will the last human please switch the lights off?
In the last couple of blogs, aimed at all of the NEBOSH National and International Diploma students who recently had their mid-January exams cancelled at short notice, I have written about the emotions of having your exams cancelled at short notice and the importance of giving … [Read more...] about Cancelled Exams – part 3
In my last blog, which was written for all of the NEBOSH National and International Diploma students who recently had their mid-January exams cancelled at short notice, I wrote about the importance of recognising the emotions that the cancelation will have evoked. Recognising … [Read more...] about Cancelled Exams – part 2