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  • Health and Safety for Beginners • View topic - NewB
    collective minds very soon with a plethora of pathetic questions sooooooooo thanks in advance Jack Safe and Healthy Newbie Posts 3 Joined Wed Jan 06 2016 4 49 pm Location North West UK Industry Sector Engineering Top Advertisement Share On Facebook Twitter FriendFeed Orkut Digg Reddit Delicious Tumblr Google MySpace Reply with quote Re NewB by Waterbaby Wed Jan 06 2016 11 43 pm and welcome to the forum Jack Should find lots of info by using search function top right of this page and plenty in downloads too top left of page big blue icon No worries There is no such thing as a stupid or daft health and safety question on here 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 NewB by WillPool Thu Jan 07 2016 4 32 am Hi Jack Welcome to the forums As WB says no such thing as a stupid or daft question on the forums ask away Look forward to your questions and also your input 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 NewB by Alexis Sat Jan 09 2016 8 16 pm Hi Jack and welcome to the inner fold of HSfB Look forward to hearing from you now and then A candle loses none of its light by lighting another candle http www safetyjobsonline com http www healthandsafetytips co uk

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  • Health and Safety for Beginners • View topic - Ex Forces seeking new career...
    career by WillPool Sun Jan 03 2016 4 56 am Hi Phil Welcome to the forums I too am ex forces R Signals for my sins You seem to have a plan which is a good thing I too was like you but it all turned out fine I would go for the diploma as that is what most employers are asking for in jobs these days As for lack of experience dont put yourself down you have many traits characteristics and disciplines that civvies wont have its all about converting that to civvie speak and getting it into your CV I did my Diploma as my resettlement but got a job before I completed it also whilst still serving had about 2 months left to go so in my opinion bang in for the interviews be confident sell your strong points well and hopefully a job will come along I did the NEBOSH General Construction Certificates whilst I was still serving as part of my plan 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 Ex Forces seeking new career by Alexis Sun Jan 03 2016 11 15 am Hi Phil Another warm welcome to HSfB from me too Nothing I can add to Willpool s post He s been there and done that so best placed to advise Some of our other x forces members whilst still serving contacted a number of organisations with a short CV and a covering letter asking if they could consider them for voluntary work just to gain some experience It was a fruitful exercise in some cases I am sending you a PM with some information which may help 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 Ex Forces seeking new career by AdrianW Sun Jan 03 2016 12 57 pm Hello Phil and welcome to the forum Nothing Changes If Nothing Changes AdrianW Cougar the cat on the prowl Posts 2597 Joined Fri May 14 2010 8 17 am Location UK Industry Sector Energy Building Automation Top Reply with quote Re Ex Forces seeking new career by Waterbaby Sun Jan 03 2016 9 39 pm And hello from me 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 Ex Forces seeking new career by bernicarey Mon Jan 04 2016 11 34 am Hi

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  • Health and Safety for Beginners • View topic - New Member
    Joined Mon Mar 13 2006 8 45 pm Location Jeddah Saudi Arabia Industry Sector Construction Website Top Reply with quote Re New Member by Alexis Wed Dec 16 2015 10 20 am Hello and welcome from me too John I too and sorry to hear of your redundancy It s happening all over at the moment but maybe this is an opportunity for you to change direction in your career I hope so My thoughts are the same as Willpool s in as much as we are all individual and no one size fits us all but if you have this free time window sadly caused by redundancy have enough money to pay for the intensive course have the passion to enter H S and can secure an intensive full time course then why not go for it As long as you are aware of the dedication you need in this type of course I went down the Distance Learning route which can be very lonely and if I had to choose again I would go via classroom intensive course Just my own thoughts John Good luck whichever you choose 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 Member by witsd Wed Dec 16 2015 11 31 am Distance learning has worked for me so far but I m massively anti social and for my Nebosh general cert I was completing it alongside work commitments so free time was a factor Distance learning tends to be cheaper but takes longer and requires you to make yourself do the work This can get a little stressful in the last few days before the exam Every passing hour brings the Solar System forty three thousand miles closer to Globular Cluster M13 in Hercules and still there are some misfits who insist that there is no such thing as progress witsd Jnr Member Posts 199 Joined Tue Nov 18 2014 4 37 pm Location Glasgow Top Reply with quote Re New Member by wendolene26 Wed Dec 16 2015 1 09 pm I am currently in progress with my NEBOSH General Cert and doing in through distance learning Although it takes longer I have found this method the best for me as it s giving me plenty time to get accustomed to the Nebosh language get my head back into the way of studying and of course exam preparation something I ve not done for about 20 years in addition to soaking up the course content digesting it and understanding it Everyone is different though you need to work out which method of study works best for you Good Luck Wendo You are only a millimetre or a millisecond away from the next incident wendolene26 HSfB Moderator Posts 1119 Joined Tue Jan

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  • Health and Safety for Beginners • View topic - Hi everyone, Health & Safety forum new guy..
    2015 8 00 pm georgyboy wrote Im very lucky to be on a 2 week on and off rotation giving me time off to do other opportunities A question if anyone could kindly help me with is that I would like to do a possible working experience placement whilst Im off my work rotation unpaid of course in the NorthWest region Merseyside or anywhere so that I can gain further knowledge within the Health Safety Industry I have tried numerous factories up in the North but haven t received any replies If anyone has any information with getting on to work experience then I would really appreciate your help George Hi George Hopefully some our NW members and some ex forces can help with your query 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 Hi everyone Health Safety forum new guy by WillPool Tue Dec 15 2015 5 43 am George Welcome to the forums I am ex forces too R Signals for my sins As for work placement its just about plugging away I would also suggest attending local IIRSM IOSH Meetings and networking at these as you may get some assistance at these Hope you get where you want to be 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 Hi everyone Health Safety forum new guy by Alexis Tue

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  • Health and Safety for Beginners • View topic - Stress and Teaching
    find out more background information on the full situation but in he meantime I am concerned for her health and welfare Anyone got any provisional feedback on this as my area of expertise is more about excavating and construction Jonnie Jnr Member Posts 117 Joined Fri Apr 15 2011 7 05 pm Top Advertisement Share On Facebook Twitter FriendFeed Orkut Digg Reddit Delicious Tumblr Google MySpace Reply with quote Re Stress and Teaching by WillPool Tue Dec 15 2015 5 41 am HSE has a lot of info about it http www hse gov uk stress index htm 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 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 2 posts Page 1 of 1 Return to Introduce Yourself Jump to Select a forum Announcements General Site Announcements Frequently Asked Questions FAQs Subscribe to our Atom feed Downloads SafetyJobsOnline com

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  • Health and Safety for Beginners • View topic - New Guy
    back ground I was in the British Army as a Royal Engineer for 10 years and covered many different roles in high risk and hazardous work environments I decided to take the leap into the H S profession approximately 2 years ago and I am now the SQE Manager in the Engineering Department for a reputable Train Operating Company I look forward to sharing experiences and best practice with you all SapperSafe Newbie Posts 2 Joined Tue Dec 08 2015 9 35 pm Top Advertisement Share On Facebook Twitter FriendFeed Orkut Digg Reddit Delicious Tumblr Google MySpace Reply with quote Re New Guy by kevlarion Wed Dec 09 2015 8 19 am Welcome SapperSafe 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 New Guy by Alexis Wed Dec 09 2015 11 38 am Hi SapperSafe A very warm welcome to the inner HSfB Nice introduction Will look forward to virtually getting to know you 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 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 3 posts Page 1 of 1 Return to Introduce Yourself Jump to Select a forum Announcements General Site Announcements Frequently Asked Questions FAQs Subscribe to our Atom feed Downloads SafetyJobsOnline com

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  • Health and Safety for Beginners • View topic - New Recruit
    facts and help them to tighten up their policy I hope to get to know you all well over the coming months Merry Christmas to you all flyingfish Newbie Posts 3 Joined Mon Dec 07 2015 3 21 pm Top Advertisement Share On Facebook Twitter FriendFeed Orkut Digg Reddit Delicious Tumblr Google MySpace Reply with quote Re New Recruit by Alexis Mon Dec 07 2015 9 49 pm Hi and welcome aboard Merry Christmas to you also Enjoy your new challenge Please read your Private Message PM 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 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 2 posts Page 1 of 1 Return to Introduce Yourself 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

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