I must congratulate you on your planning and implementation of this years firework event at Brockwell Park. It was the best organised event from a safety perspective that I have ever seen
The planning of the event the creation of a Risk Assessment for the evening were especially appreciated
good practical advice – would recommend to othersSouthwark Training Centre June 2014
‘Excellent course. This has provided me with further skills, knowledge & understanding to allow me to undertake the role of a Senior Accident Investigator’
‘Excellent course’ ‘Very Enlightening’ ‘This excellent course should be rolled out to all in the organisation’
Please forward my thanks for a very informative and interesting day ..lapped up the wealth of information that was disseminated to us and a much more informed view of the Fire Risk Assessment process.
All at the Club were impressed with his professional attitude, his knowledge , expertise and his ability to explain things in plain English rather than technical expressions.
” This course should form part of every safety persons qualification, as it sets the standard for an accident/incident investigation. Well laid out & very well presented course”
We are tremendously grateful for your support which contributed to the success of the London 2012 Olympic Games and Paralympic Games.
This in company course….. ‘Very useful, thought provoking and a very useful review of our current procedures.’
NEBOSH Certificate Programmes
Each qualification (General Health & Safety, Fire Safety and Construction Health & Safety) consists of a number of units assessed separately, students can choose to take the examined units in any order and will receive a certificate denoting their achievement for each unit they pass.The National Examining Board in Occupational Safety & Health (NEBOSH) has been modernising its qualifications in line with statutory guidelines which has resulting in unitising the Certificate level qualifications.
The NEBOSH National General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety consists of NGC1, GC2 & GC3, the last of which is based upon a return to work assignment
The NEBOSH National Certificate in Fire Safety and Risk Management consists of FC1, & FC2, the last of which is based upon a return to work assignment.
The NEBOSH National Certificate in Construction Health and Safety consists of NCC1 & NCC2, the last of which is based upon a return to work assignment.
To gain the parchment for both the Fire and the Construction Certificates the Management paper NGC1 must also be taken.
When all units making up the qualification have been successfully passed the student will receive the award parchment.
National General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety
A globally recognised health and safety qualification held by more than 165,000 people in the UK and now worldwide. The NEBOSH National General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety is recognised by leading organisation such as the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH)………..Read more
National Certificate in Fire Safety and Risk Management
A Nationally recognised qualification in fire safety and risk management. The NEBOSH National Certificate in Fire Safety and Risk Management is recognised by the Fire Sector Federations competency council as a key element when considering a persons competence to complete Fire Risk Assessments…………Read more
National Certificate in Construction Health and Safety
References to the NEBOSH National Certificate in Construction Health and Safety are included in the Approved Code of Practice to the CDM Regulations as a guide to competency in construction health and safety have led to the uptake of this programme………Read more
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