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  • Health and Safety for Beginners • View topic - Old Forum Postings - A Wealth of Information
    much to remember but i can honestly say through my reading on here its been a great help ive become very concious of health and safety matters construction site garage just a few ive picked up on things that i would not have before i started my distance learning for my nebosh any 1 month to go now and then face the exams getting hard to rememner so much johnnyboy Student Posts 60 Joined Sun Apr 04 2010 10 22 am Industry Sector offshore Top Reply with quote Re Old Forum Postings A Wealth of Information by Alexis Sat Aug 07 2010 9 07 am Glad to hear you are finding the site a help to you Johnny Good luck with the exams Sure you will do well 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 Old Forum Postings A Wealth of Information by johnnyboy Sat Aug 07 2010 12 26 pm hi alexis im aiming to pass 2 of the 3 exams then i will only have to revise for the 1 remaining well thats my plan anyway got to pass the first 2 thats the hard bit the management side of health and safety is very in depth i suppose i find the practical hands on the easiest im coming up to dundee for my exams all the way from newcastle my tutor paul is from that area hes been really helpful always at the end of the phone when im stuck and i do phone him quite a lot johnnyboy Student Posts 60 Joined Sun Apr 04 2010 10 22 am Industry Sector offshore Top Reply with quote Re Old Forum Postings A Wealth of Information by Alexis Sat Aug 07 2010 12 39 pm johnnyboy wrote hi alexis im aiming to pass 2 of the 3 exams then i will only have to revise for the 1 remaining well thats my plan anyway got to pass the first 2 thats the hard bit the management side of health and safety is very in depth i suppose i find the practical hands on the easiest im coming up to dundee for my exams all the way from newcastle my tutor paul is from that area hes been really helpful always at the end of the phone when im stuck and i do phone him quite a lot Oh I know how superb your Tutor is Wish I had had Paul You won t go far wrong with Paul I may even try and arrange a wee get together up there Will see what I can do 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

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  • Health and Safety for Beginners • View topic - Old Forum Postings - A Wealth of Information
    FriendFeed Orkut Digg Reddit Delicious Tumblr Google MySpace Reply with quote Re Old Forum Postings A Wealth of Information by Blackstone Fri Aug 30 2013 8 47 am Love this forum Just found the answer and help to a questions from a topic way back in 2010 Happy days and saved a fair chunk of searching time Train people well enough so they can leave treat them well enough that they don t want to Richard Branson Blackstone Anorak Extraordinaire Posts 797 Joined Mon Mar 07 2011 11 17 am Location Kent Twitter https twitter com GlenDoc Industry Sector Manufacturing Marine Oil Gas Top Reply with quote Re Old Forum Postings A Wealth of Information by safetybrian Mon Jun 22 2015 3 11 pm great links here thanks safetybrian Newbie Posts 10 Joined Wed Apr 22 2015 2 59 pm Top Previous Display posts from previous All posts 1 day 7 days 2 weeks 1 month 3 months 6 months 1 year Sort by Author Post time Subject Ascending Descending Post a reply 27 posts Page 3 of 3 1 2 3 Return to General Discussion Jump to Select a forum Announcements General Site Announcements Frequently Asked Questions FAQs Subscribe

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  • Health and Safety for Beginners • View topic - Global Database on Occupational H+S Legislation
    Work International Industry Sector Medical Oil Gas Maritime Top Advertisement Share On Facebook Twitter FriendFeed Orkut Digg Reddit Delicious Tumblr Google MySpace Reply with quote Re Global Database on Occupational H S Legislation by HelenPJ Thu Jun 26 2014 5 24 am Wonderful resource and an excellent find Moved to Freebies and made into a Sticky Topic for you Thanks WB Helen Education is an ornament in prosperity and a refuge in adversity Aristotle HelenPJ Risk Rodent Posts 7658 Joined Sat Dec 17 2005 11 07 am Location Hove Actually Top Reply with quote Re Global Database on Occupational H S Legislation by Alexis Thu Jun 26 2014 8 41 am Agree with Helen Excellent resource thank you WB 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 Global Database on Occupational H S Legislation by Coolcat Thu Jul 24 2014 9 23 am thanks you WB In the depth of winter I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer Albert Camus Coolcat HSfB Moderator Posts 5755 Joined Tue Sep 12 2006 2 58 pm Location Sunny Kent Industry Sector Plastic Manufacturing Top Reply with quote Re Global Database on Occupational H S Legislation by Waterbaby Fri Jun 19 2015 5 58 am 2015 Updates added http www ilo org dyn legosh en f p 14 8920 NO incl Qatar http www ilo org dyn legosh en f p 14 AT 2015 NO viewtopic php f 1 t 41424 p 312038 hilit Qatar p312038 WB Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls

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  • Health and Safety for Beginners • View topic - FAQ under updating construction
    postings area viewforum php f 40 is under construction at the moment and slowly but surely I shall be adding deleting to the content If there are specific things you would like to see within this section just pop in this post and I will do my best to find them in past posts and collate the best ones 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 Advertisement Share On Facebook Twitter FriendFeed Orkut Digg Reddit Delicious Tumblr Google MySpace Post a reply 1 post Page 1 of 1 Return to General Discussion Jump to Select a forum Announcements General Site Announcements Frequently Asked Questions FAQs Subscribe to our Atom feed Downloads SafetyJobsOnline com General Health Safety and Environmental General Introduce Yourself General Discussion Environmental Fire Management Systems Safety Moment Freebies Study Support NEBOSH Certificate NEBOSH Construction Certificate NEBOSH Fire Certificate Environmental Courses Diploma MSc BA PGCE NVQ Courses The Law Forum Book Discussion Take a Break Health and Safety Comedy The Good

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  • Health and Safety for Beginners • View topic - The power of Networking! (brainstorming required) :-)
    this was worthy of taking back onto the front page You need any help PM me Dave If you think safety is a pain try a leg fracture ddlh Grand Shidoshi Posts 1163 Joined Sun Oct 19 2008 3 03 pm Location Aberdeen Top Reply with quote Re The power of Networking brainstorming required by Jack Kane Sat May 09 2009 6 59 pm We have an environmental advisor in our team and she has sent some great targets for reduction in carbon emissions water use electricity use recycling and a few others She also runs our Green Team which has some amazing initiatives on the go A couple they have been working on for a while are automatic shutdown of pcs at night unless exemption is granted for some reason our new wind turbine which will produce something like 60 of our electricity directly into our plant and the removal of desk bins The desk bin removal is one that is causing some amount of chat amongst the natives but it is effective and people are taking the pain very well Basically there are now central waste stations strategically placed throughout the office areas Obviously the bins encourage segregation for recycling so there is paper cardboard food cups bottles and cans and general waste The spin on it is quite simply that most people get up off their couch to go put rubbish in the bin in the kitchen so why is it different at work This also encourages people to get up from their desks and away from DSE and to use less waste for those who don t want to get up in the first place We recycle batteries for staff ye know AA size and the likes Skips have been negotiated with the council and are in place in one of our car parks for recycling glass and other recyclables from home i e bring it in your car and dump it at work instead of making a trip to the local tip Our enviro advisor is trialing new lighting on auto sensors mentioned above by Coolcat but these things don t just come on when you move in newly refurbished rooms WCs etc but the trial is for dimmer lights that measure the ambient light from windows and go as bright as necessary or not at all if there is enough light These types of lights are quite expensive but on a cost benefit analysis over 10 years or so they actually could pay for themselves Phew there s loads more and I take no credit for any of it Our enviro advisor and the Green Team have some fantastic initiatives still to come to light 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 The power of Networking

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  • Health and Safety for Beginners • View topic - The power of Networking! (brainstorming required) :-)
    by 50 and negotiated with a local supplier to recycle some of our waste for us and supply it back to us so we saved a few thousand by not having to pay for haz material uplifts and getting a good price on recycled material I ve always made it a point of showing that good management of any business area will bring a financial benefit to the company because at some point a beancounter somewhere will ask what are we getting out of our investment in environmental or health and safety management and I want to be able to show as much concrete evidence of benefits to the company as I can While it is good to recycle paper waste from the printouts of emails and computer reports and taking away desk bins will certainly drive the recycling behaviour taking away office printers and putting the printer in a room of its own that everyone has to walk to it will drive the reduction in the number of pointless prints that are generated It also takes away the need for lots of small printer cartriges in favour of slighty increased requirement for toner in the large printer the best solution is to do both reduce consumption and increase recycling at the same time You can often just put a brick in a cistern to reduce water consumption or put a timer on urinal flushes so that it stops flushing during the night 60 reduction of course you could use grey water or rain water for this but that would involve a bit of engineering work so it can wait till I ve run out of easier things to do there s no water shortage in scotland and the bill isn t very high If you can talk your suppliers into delivering less often or holding a buffer stock locally if they are currently delivering from some distance away this will reduce the carbon footprint and fuel bill for your supplier If you can persuade your employees to car share or use public transport or even come to work on a bike these are all easy and worthwhile improvements I had a bike rack supplied made out of scrap metal and several employees now cycle to work they spend nothing on petrol and the company gets reduced emmissions I believe there are some companies that lease bikes to interested employees for almost nothing although I don t know any local ones Recycling bins in the canteen if you have one cans cups If it isn t broken that doesn t mean you can t improve it Do three negatives make a positive kevlarion Blue Sky Moderator Posts 1917 Joined Fri Jul 10 2009 2 20 pm Location Glasgow Website Top Reply with quote Re The power of Networking brainstorming required by Jack Kane Fri Apr 09 2010 7 52 pm newtoH S wrote I have only just seen this post but the removal of desk bins is a fabulous idea

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  • Health and Safety for Beginners • View topic - The power of Networking! (brainstorming required) :-)
    think before they dump their waste Batteries are kept separate as is oil oil rags filters etc Onshore staff are instructed to examine incoming waste and report any misuse so generally waste is kept under control quite well Bins are provided and its usually part of the induction program given by the Safety Officer In Norway the oil based mud which is used to lubricate and cool the drill bit is bagged on its return to surface and sent ashore so as it can be reused in say factories etc Hope this helps Rgds and Happy Christmas to everyone Alexy Alexy123 Newbie Posts 17 Joined Wed Feb 24 2010 6 54 pm Industry Sector OIL Top Advertisement Share On Facebook Twitter FriendFeed Orkut Digg Reddit Delicious Tumblr Google MySpace Reply with quote Re The power of Networking brainstorming required by Alexis Sat Dec 18 2010 2 18 pm Many thanks Alexy Very helpful Merry Christmas to you and your family 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 The power of Networking brainstorming required by Adrian Lancs Sat Jan 18 2014 5 44 am Some great tips on this thread Cracking forum Adrian Lancs Student Posts 98 Joined Mon Sep 30 2013 9 20 am Location East Lancs Industry Sector High risk confined space sector Top Reply with quote Re The power of Networking brainstorming required by WillPool Sat Jan 18 2014 9 34 am Adrian Lancs wrote Some great tips on this thread Cracking forum Glad you like it Every little helps all the members are amazing Will

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  • Health and Safety for Beginners • View topic - GIving you the chance to give something for free
    settings so when I open a new browser the page opens in a new tab along with my other home pages I ll click every day I also Facebooked it too Good shout 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 GIving you the chance to give something for free by Safety Mon May 18 2009 6 59 am I clicked The light at the end of the tunnel has been turned off due to budget cuts Safety Grand Shidoshi Posts 1844 Joined Wed Mar 12 2008 10 37 am Location Going to see the Wizard of Oz Industry Sector Recycling Industry Top Reply with quote Re GIving you the chance to give something for free by Alexis Mon May 18 2009 9 33 am Will click regularly 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 GIving you the chance to give something for free by Coolcat Mon May 18 2009 11 18 am I ve clicked In the depth of winter I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer Albert Camus Coolcat HSfB Moderator Posts 5755 Joined Tue Sep 12 2006 2 58 pm Location Sunny Kent Industry Sector Plastic Manufacturing Top Reply with quote Re GIving you the chance to give something for free by Rochelle Tue May 19 2009 1 33 pm Will send the link to my home email addy as work are a bit funny about these but will click on it every time I open my home page at home Rochelle Devil s Playmate Posts 1611 Joined Tue Mar 28 2006 11 38 am Location Essex Top Reply with quote Re GIving you the chance to give something for free by Fleur Wed May 27 2009 12 53 pm Clicked Fleur Snr Member Posts 445 Joined Sat Mar 03 2007 12 05 pm Location South Yorkshire Top Reply with quote Re GIving you the chance to give something for free by PaddyT Thu May 28 2009 6 44 am It s now becoming a morning ritual to click No effort required to help others by clicking a mouse button is there and realistically cancer is something that will affect most if not all of us at one point in time whether it s ourselves family or friends most of us will probably know someone who has had or will have this terrible disease at some point in our lives Paddy The more you try to make something idiot proof the more likely someone is to prove you wrong PaddyT Member Posts 278 Joined

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