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?
A few days ago I got a news circular from IOSH in my in-tray and one of the items was about how to protect travelling employees from coronavirus. This piqued my interest so I did my usual trick of falling down the rabbit hole. The IOSH item can be found … [Read more...] about Brexit, Studying Health and Safety and Novel Coronavirus (Part 2)
A couple of issues have arisen that I wanted to write about. So you get two blogs for the price of one. You lucky people. Part 1: The Impact of Brexit The UK has now left the EU and we are in the transition period that ends on 31st December 2020. If you are a student … [Read more...] about Brexit, Studying Health and Safety and Novel Coronavirus (Part 1)
In this post let’s identify the impact that undertaking IEMA sustainability training can have on an organisation. Resources within organisations can be limited, so it is important that a business case is made that justifies the time and expense of employees attending … [Read more...] about The Benefits of IEMA Sustainability Courses
Well I don’t know what the weather has been like in your neck of the woods but down in the Southwest we have taken a hammering from repeated low pressure systems. It’s been sheeting it down. And very windy too. Happy New Year! Plugging the Gap In an effort to keep the rain … [Read more...] about The Health Risks of Isocyanates