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
NEBOSH Diploma in Environmental Management
As you may or may not be aware a large chunk of UK environmental law is derived from EU requirements. During the transition period from January 2020 until January 2021 it was largely ‘business as usual’ from a regulatory point of view. But now, following the end of the transition … [Read more...] about Change to the structure of UK environmental law following Brexit
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
The recent floods in late December 2015 and early January 2016 have been some of the worst on record. Many thousands of people have been affected and the cost of damage caused by the floods is projected to be over £1.5 billion. I thought in this blog post it would be interesting … [Read more...] about Are More Flood Defences The Answer?
Being quite a keen cyclist I want to talk to you about natural cycles – no, not about biking around the countryside but how substances and elements are moved around in nature. If you research how long the planet has been in existence you will come up with a figure of 4 billon … [Read more...] about Natural Cycles and Their Delicate Environmental Balance