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    News, Updates & Events

    HSE Conference, Sudan

    RRC’s Conference Helps Spread HSE Awareness in Sudan As part of its aim to achieve safer working in Sudan, RRC Training Middle East (RRC ME) held a very successful two-day conference, ‘Enhancing HSE Culture for Sustainable Solutions’, in Khartoum. A high level of audience participation, plus excellent opportunities for networking, were the order of the day at the conference, which was attended by more than 200 delegates from public and private organisations from all over Sudan, representing the many burgeoning industries, including construction, energy, mining and manufacturing. The importance of HSE to Sudan’s government, the increasing need for local training and the damaging effects of accidents on Sudan’s economy were…

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    News, Updates & Events

    Petro Energy Project

    Petro Energy Project RRC recently worked with Petro Energy, Sudan, to support their company doctors who wish to perform a more industrial focused occupational health role. Petro Energy E&P is an oil & gas operating company with the objective to explore, develop, and produce oil and gas in Sudan. Their doctors are based in multiple locations where Petro Energy operate and provide essential support to local communities and employees. In December 2012 Dr. Hitham Eltigani Adam (Health Section Head) approached RRC; with a specific set of requirements that focused on issues such as, the management of occupational health in the oil and gas industry, health risk assessments and health impact assessments.…

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    NEBOSH & Assessments

    Is There Such a Thing as ‘NEBOSH Speak’?

    Is There Such a Thing as ‘NEBOSH Speak’? NEBOSH have a special language – there I’ve said it; that language is English! Of course the exams are translated into other languages as well. But in all cases, the use of language has to be clear and precise so everyone can understand what the question is asking. Try writing a question that is clear and unambiguous and you will see just how difficult the task really is! So, how do you understand exactly what the question is asking and how do you know how much to write? The obvious answer is to be well-prepared and to know all the material on the…