As I am sure you are aware, the NEBOSH Environmental Diploma exams have been postponed as a result of the pandemic, which for students can be very frustrating. To help maintain momentum in your studies, I had a think as to what we can do to help. I came up with a plan of a series … [Read more...] about Study Briefing NEBOSH Environmental Diploma: Element 1
Well that was some year! For one reason (here’s looking at you pandemic) and another I think most of us will be glad to see the back of 2020, and look forward to a much better year in 2021 – it won’t take much! Anyway, this time of year is always a good time to contemplate what … [Read more...] about Out with old in with new – five new year’s resolutions for environmental practitioners
Where do we start? It’s a fairly common question that I’ve been asked over the years. What is the point of effectively managing environmental issues in a workplace? In other words ‘why should we bother?’ I have come across this viewpoint on many occasions. Usually when I'm … [Read more...] about Why Bother with Environmental Management?
Cycling or cycling? I do enjoy a bit of cycling. As those of you who know me well are quite aware, I turned into a MAMIL (Middle Aged Man in Lycra) many years back. However, don’t be fooled by the title this post it is not about that kind of cycling, but the just as … [Read more...] about The importance of nutrient cycling
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