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  • Health and Safety for Beginners • View topic - IOSH CPD
    Webinars e g Barbour updates Some IOSH Branch meeting when there s an interesting Speaker Even if I do some research on a problem for a client into something I ve not much experience of The key thing is to put some waffle about how meaningful it was for you and what you learnt from it don t just put that you read it attended it There has to be some mention of what value you got from whatever it was Essentially you can include anything that has a connection to H S and has been of value to you http www belvoirsafety co uk Tomorrow your reward for being safe today bernicarey Anorak Extraordinaire Posts 6956 Joined Tue Jan 13 2009 2 50 am Location The heart of the East Midlands Twitter bernicarey Industry Sector Consultancy Training Website Top Reply with quote Re IOSH CPD by Macca86 Thu Apr 16 2015 6 29 pm Thanks Berni I think I need to up my game I wonder if IOSH would develop an APP for CPD It would certainly make things easier for me Mac Safety is not an intellectual exercise to keep us in work It is a matter of life and death It is the sum of our contributions to safety management that determines whether the people we work with live or die Sir Brian Appleton Macca86 Snr Member Posts 306 Joined Sun Feb 27 2011 12 30 pm Location Milton Keynes Industry Sector Construction Top Reply with quote Re IOSH CPD by stephen81 Mon Jul 13 2015 4 16 pm An app for IOSH CPD has been mentioned a few times on the IOSH boards but doesn t look like anyone has bitten on this improvement yet I think your are right good idea A man with a little knowledge is a very dangerous thing indeed My Grandad July 2010 If you are 5 minutes early you re on time If you are on time you re LATE Sgt J Curley March 2005 stephen81 Snr Member Posts 385 Joined Fri Oct 12 2007 7 10 pm Location South West Top Reply with quote Re IOSH CPD by Macca86 Tue Aug 11 2015 7 40 pm Hi all My CPD has been audited and I have had the thumps up from IOSH So I know I am on the right track I initially set my Development Plan for three years this has now ended I now want to start a new development plan but I can t find any information on how to do this There is nothing in the help section Do I just update my current plan and change the dates Any help would be greatly appreciated Mac Safety is not an intellectual exercise to keep us in work It is a matter of life and death It is the sum of our contributions to safety management that determines whether the people we work with live or die Sir Brian Appleton Macca86 Snr Member Posts 306 Joined

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  • Health and Safety for Beginners • View topic - IOSH CPD
    construction cert With the CMIOSH firmly in site eventually But I have a personal log something I learned when I did my teaching qualification A reflective blog really helps me and it will account for something with CPD I hope Hi NN You are correct you will be able to back date relevant experiences you have picked up and other training courses you have previously attended when it comes to completing your CPD It is a really good idea to keep logging this information as it can be quite easy to forget Nick Hope for the best but prepare for the worst A big thank you to all the members here at HSfB YoungNick HSfB Moderator Posts 2398 Joined Thu May 13 2010 8 33 pm Industry Sector CDM Telecoms Production Warehousing Top Reply with quote Re IOSH IPD CPD by royhse Mon Nov 16 2015 8 15 am Dear I have achieved NEBOSH DIPLOMA and Grad IOSH Currently I am focusing to upgrade Grad IOSH to CMIOSH Can anyone guide me on this subject Thanks Regards Roy royhse Newbie Posts 1 Joined Mon Nov 16 2015 7 56 am Top Reply with quote Re IOSH CPD by Alexis Mon Nov 16 2015 9 13 am Good Morning royhse A very warm welcome to HSfB I am sure someone will come in with their experience to help with your query Good to have you aboard A candle loses none of its light by lighting another candle http www safetyjobsonline com http www healthandsafetytips co uk blog Alexis Official HSfB Legend Posts 41836 Joined Thu Mar 18 2004 10 52 am Location West Lothian Twitter https twitter com AlexisHSfB Website Top Previous Display posts from previous All posts 1 day 7 days 2 weeks 1 month 3 months 6 months 1

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  • Health and Safety for Beginners • View topic - IOSH CPD
    my NEBOSH construction cert With the CMIOSH firmly in site eventually But I have a personal log something I learned when I did my teaching qualification A reflective blog really helps me and it will account for something with CPD I hope Hi NN You are correct you will be able to back date relevant experiences you have picked up and other training courses you have previously attended when it comes to completing your CPD It is a really good idea to keep logging this information as it can be quite easy to forget Nick Hope for the best but prepare for the worst A big thank you to all the members here at HSfB YoungNick HSfB Moderator Posts 2398 Joined Thu May 13 2010 8 33 pm Industry Sector CDM Telecoms Production Warehousing Top Reply with quote Re IOSH IPD CPD by royhse Mon Nov 16 2015 8 15 am Dear I have achieved NEBOSH DIPLOMA and Grad IOSH Currently I am focusing to upgrade Grad IOSH to CMIOSH Can anyone guide me on this subject Thanks Regards Roy royhse Newbie Posts 1 Joined Mon Nov 16 2015 7 56 am Top Reply with quote Re IOSH CPD by Alexis Mon Nov 16 2015 9 13 am Good Morning royhse A very warm welcome to HSfB I am sure someone will come in with their experience to help with your query Good to have you aboard A candle loses none of its light by lighting another candle http www safetyjobsonline com http www healthandsafetytips co uk blog Alexis Official HSfB Legend Posts 41836 Joined Thu Mar 18 2004 10 52 am Location West Lothian Twitter https twitter com AlexisHSfB Website Top Previous Display posts from previous All posts 1 day 7 days 2 weeks 1 month 3 months 6

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  • Health and Safety for Beginners • View topic - Drops in the Ocean
    FCO Guidance viewtopic php f 19 t 42620 Fit Note Guidance viewtopic php f 19 t 42617 Gases and Vapours Risks viewtopic php f 19 t 42618 Future of ageing changing work requirements and environment viewtopic php f 19 t 42293 Chemical Hazards and Poisons Report Article index viewtopic php f 19 t 42204 UK Googlebox Donation Question Age viewtopic php f 19 t 42538 Lung and bladder cancer and diesel exhaust emissions viewtopic php f 1 t 42169 Resus UK Automated External Defibrillators on Aircraft viewtopic php f 19 t 41999 PHE Physical environments and employee wellbeing viewtopic php f 19 t 41989 Public Health England Employee productivity viewtopic php f 19 t 41988 Canada Scent Free Policy for the Workplace viewtopic php f 19 t 41960 Smoking in Vehicles UK Law viewtopic php f 19 t 41776 NICE Guideline Workplace Policy and Management Practices viewtopic php f 1 t 41659 HSE Dust Hub microsite guidance to control dust exposure viewtopic php f 19 t 41641 HSE UK Workplace Health Expert Committee WHEC viewtopic php f 1 t 40884 Asthma UK Patient safety failures in asthma care viewtopic php f 19 t 41613 Vaccine preventable diseases and travel health viewtopic php f 47 t 41553 Public Health England 2015 Health Profiles viewtopic php f 19 t 41447 Do I need an AED The first aid needs assessment viewtopic php f 19 t 41413 Mental Health Awareness Week 11 17 May 2015 viewtopic php f 19 t 41288 Research Study Return on Prevention Pre Travel Health viewtopic php f 19 t 41227 Lufthansa Technik develops inflight dishwasher viewtopic php f 19 t 41123 Medical Treatment Case MTC or First Aid Case FAC viewtopic php f 1 t 40855 FCO No madam we can t find a chef to make you haggis viewtopic php f 19 t 40862 Oct 2015 DRAFT recommendations for CPR and more viewtopic php f 1 t 40799 Fit for Work viewtopic php f 19 t 42616 p 306004 p306004 Maritime Human Element Guidance Fatigue and Fit for Duty viewtopic php f 1 t 39828 Fatigue in fly in fly out FiF0 operations O G industry viewtopic php f 1 t 41552 p 312409 hilit FiFo p312409 Maternity and paternity at work Law and practice viewtopic php f 1 t 39826 Return to Work after an Absence for a Mental Health Problem viewtopic php f 1 t 39559 REACH new brochure on exposure assessment at work viewtopic php f 22 t 39560 Supplying asthma inhalers to schools for emergency use viewtopic php f 1 t 39539 OHSA Europa Social Networks and Free Newsletter viewtopic php f 22 t 39437 Adult Obesity and Type 2 Diabetes viewtopic php f 1 t 39427 Campaign on psychosocial risks at work viewtopic php f 22 t 39193 Strong business case investment in health and wellbeing viewtopic php f 1 t 39217 Chief Coroner Preventing Future Deaths viewtopic php f 1 t 39130 Rescue Equipment Confined Space Entry viewtopic php f 1

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  • Health and Safety for Beginners • View topic - New to the forums? A tip to get you started...
    This time you will do just great I am sure A candle loses none of its light by lighting another candle http www safetyjobsonline com http www healthandsafetytips co uk blog Alexis Official HSfB Legend Posts 41836 Joined Thu Mar 18 2004 10 52 am Location West Lothian Twitter https twitter com AlexisHSfB Website Top Reply with quote Re New to the forums A tip to get you started by andyone Mon Oct 20 2008 7 44 pm hello peeps I too will take the exam in dec don t think Iv got a hope doing about 2hrs home work a night its the darn nebosh speak its doing me head in andyone Newbie Posts 14 Joined Mon Oct 20 2008 7 35 pm Top Reply with quote Re New to the forums A tip to get you started by Alexis Mon Oct 20 2008 8 01 pm Hi andyone and Welcome Keep doing past papers and that will get you into the NEBOSH way of answering I am sure you will do better than you think when the time comes Good luck A candle loses none of its light by lighting another candle http www safetyjobsonline com http www healthandsafetytips co uk blog Alexis Official HSfB Legend Posts 41836 Joined Thu Mar 18 2004 10 52 am Location West Lothian Twitter https twitter com AlexisHSfB Website Top Reply with quote Re New to the forums A tip to get you started by WillPool Tue Oct 21 2008 5 15 am Hi Andyone Good advice from ALexis welcome to the site It is better to be careful 100 times than to get killed once Mark Twain 1835 1910 WillPool HSfB Moderator Posts 8188 Joined Mon Mar 13 2006 8 45 pm Location Jeddah Saudi Arabia Industry Sector Construction Website Top Reply with quote Re New to the forums A tip to get you started by ScottD Wed Oct 22 2008 7 04 am Hi newbies glad to have you on the site welcome Cunningly disguised as a responsible adult ScottD Anorak Extraordinaire Posts 855 Joined Tue Jul 25 2006 6 54 am Location Edinburgh Industry Sector Oil Gas supply Top Reply with quote Re New to the forums A tip to get you started by Jack Kane Mon Oct 27 2008 8 50 pm Hey Andyone Welcome to the forums Glad to have you with us Follow Health and Safety for Beginners Facebook Twitter Jack Kane HSfB Site Grand Shidoshi Posts 24056 Joined Wed Mar 17 2004 12 13 am Location Bo ness Twitter http twitter com hsfb Industry Sector Oil and Gas Manufacturing Engineering Website Top Reply with quote Re New to the forums A tip to get you started by mark ab Wed Mar 04 2009 9 51 am Hi all My name is Mark and I work in the the air ventilation industry covering areas such as dust and fume extraction high pressured vaccuum systems acoustic enclosures and general air supply and extraction ducts plus much more

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  • Health and Safety for Beginners • View topic - New to the forums? A tip to get you started...
    end of my assignment I m a bit nervous as the the Health Care environment is kind of a new thing to me but as an optimistic person I know I will survive Cheers in advance kaitaci Newbie Posts 1 Joined Sun Feb 15 2015 7 12 pm Location South East Twitter NimiloteR Industry Sector Construction Health Care Top Reply with quote Re New to the forums A tip to get you started by WillPool Fri Feb 20 2015 8 43 am Roko Welcome to the forums There are many ex forces on here myself included Great that you landed a job straight away as many others are not as fortunate Good luck with your diploma when you start it probably the hardest course I ever completed Will It is better to be careful 100 times than to get killed once Mark Twain 1835 1910 WillPool HSfB Moderator Posts 8188 Joined Mon Mar 13 2006 8 45 pm Location Jeddah Saudi Arabia Industry Sector Construction Website Top Reply with quote Re New to the forums A tip to get you started by Alexis Fri Feb 20 2015 9 28 am Hi there Roko and another warm welcome to HSfB from myself Great to hear you have a job to start right away All the best with the Diploma A candle loses none of its light by lighting another candle http www safetyjobsonline com http www healthandsafetytips co uk blog Alexis Official HSfB Legend Posts 41836 Joined Thu Mar 18 2004 10 52 am Location West Lothian Twitter https twitter com AlexisHSfB Website Top Reply with quote Re New to the forums A tip to get you started by Jack Kane Sat Feb 21 2015 3 00 pm Hey Roko welcome to the forums Follow Health and Safety for Beginners Facebook Twitter Jack Kane HSfB Site Grand Shidoshi Posts 24056 Joined Wed Mar 17 2004 12 13 am Location Bo ness Twitter http twitter com hsfb Industry Sector Oil and Gas Manufacturing Engineering Website Top Reply with quote Re New to the forums A tip to get you started by ajiSAFE Sun May 10 2015 5 09 pm Hello everyone My name is AjiSAFE I have been working in different sectors such as education NHS Health Local Authority council with an ample experience of H S I am based in London I was once a Health and Safety Union representative in the NHS and later proceed to gain my master degree in occupational health safety and environment from University of Birmingham presently with a local authority in London as health and safety environmental protection officer Volunteering to give back to the community I am flexible fast learner team player and adapt to any situation I am available for any new or existing opportunity in any sector And you can reach me using the PM function with ajiSAFE you are SAFE Thank you for your time as we move on to make a SAFEr environment Best wishes AjiSAFE Last edited by HelenPJ

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  • Health and Safety for Beginners • View topic - New to the forums? A tip to get you started...
    by safetypaul Mon Jun 22 2015 10 20 am hahaha thanks i am sure i will become a regular user of the forum safetypaul Newbie Posts 12 Joined Mon Jun 22 2015 7 15 am Top Reply with quote Re New to the forums A tip to get you started by Alexis Mon Jun 22 2015 10 33 am Good to have you with us Paul I am sending you a Private Message in a moment so after 5 minutes refresh your page to read it A candle loses none of its light by lighting another candle http www safetyjobsonline com http www healthandsafetytips co uk blog Alexis Official HSfB Legend Posts 41836 Joined Thu Mar 18 2004 10 52 am Location West Lothian Twitter https twitter com AlexisHSfB Website Top Reply with quote Re New to the forums A tip to get you started by Waterbaby Tue Jun 23 2015 5 16 am safetypaul wrote hi guys Paul McBride i work part time as health and safety training officer 2 days per week the rest i work as a normal employee Would just like to say hello and hopefully get some hints tips or help with my progress and hopefully full time position within health and safety And hello from me Paul welcome to the forum WB Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work Thomas A Edison 1847 1931 Waterbaby HSfB Moderator Posts 1686 Joined Sat Jul 23 2011 9 53 am Location Home UK Work International Industry Sector Medical Oil Gas Maritime Top Reply with quote Re New to the forums A tip to get you started by calmilne87 Fri Jul 03 2015 10 03 am Hey guys I am currently doing my NGC and would appreciate it if any one can point me in the right direction how to get experience to land a job I have been working in customer service retail for all most 10 years now Thanks Cal calmilne87 Newbie Posts 1 Joined Mon Mar 09 2015 9 50 am Top Reply with quote Re New to the forums A tip to get you started by WillPool Fri Jul 03 2015 12 28 pm Cal Welcome to the forums There are many threads on this subject if you search the forums search bar top right In summary try and beef up your CV with H S things you already do in your current role Ask your H S Rep advisor manager if you can assist shadow them thus building up experience You can also attend networking IOSH IIRSM meetings and get contacts who may let you shadow them Lastly you can also volunteer to local groups and charities etc to build up some experience in Risk Assessing etc Hope this helps Will It is better to be careful 100 times than to get killed once Mark Twain 1835 1910 WillPool HSfB Moderator Posts 8188 Joined Mon Mar 13 2006 8 45 pm Location Jeddah Saudi

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  • Health and Safety for Beginners • View topic - New to the forums? A tip to get you started...
    to university in 2007 and Health and Safety was a core subject I gained a distinction and suppose I got a taste for it back then Had children went self employed as a photographer for 6 years and now I m back on my career Health and Safety in Construction So that s me and Hiiiii Edit I take my exams in December NikkiNoo Student Posts 42 Joined Thu Jul 02 2015 10 38 am Location Kent Garden of England Earth Industry Sector Construction Top Reply with quote Re New to the forums A tip to get you started by Alexis Fri Oct 02 2015 9 53 am Hi NikkiNoo A very warm welcome to HSfB Good to have you join us All the very best for the forthcoming exams which I am sure you will do well in A candle loses none of its light by lighting another candle http www safetyjobsonline com http www healthandsafetytips co uk blog Alexis Official HSfB Legend Posts 41836 Joined Thu Mar 18 2004 10 52 am Location West Lothian Twitter https twitter com AlexisHSfB Website Top Reply with quote Re New to the forums A tip to get you started by Lyle Tue Oct 13 2015 1 27 pm Hi all I have recently joined a company that mainly deal with groundworks and plant hire I have taken up the role of a SHEQ apprentice and was recommended visiting this site by my manager After a few weeks of visiting this site as a guest I thought it would be a much better advantage to myself to sign up and get more involved with any questions I may have I have already sat and passed my IOSH Managing safely exam I look forward to learning as much as I can and any help along the way will be greatly appreciated Lyle Lyle Newbie Posts 6 Joined Tue Oct 13 2015 1 16 pm Location Fife Scotland Top Reply with quote Re New to the forums A tip to get you started by Alexis Tue Oct 13 2015 1 45 pm Lyle wrote Hi all I have recently joined a company that mainly deal with groundworks and plant hire I have taken up the role of a SHEQ apprentice and was recommended visiting this site by my manager After a few weeks of visiting this site as a guest I thought it would be a much better advantage to myself to sign up and get more involved with any questions I may have I have already sat and passed my IOSH Managing safely exam I look forward to learning as much as I can and any help along the way will be greatly appreciated Lyle Hi there Lyle A very warm welcome to the inner HSfB Please thank your Manager for pointing you in our direction Congratulations on passing your IOSH Managing Safely exam In case you haven t found our main site pages just click on the big logo at the top

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