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You’ve completed units A-C of the NEBOSH Diploma, now it’s time to put that knowledge into practice and complete a practical report. This is your guide on Multi-ethnic workers discussing plans.how to get the most out of unit D of the NEBOSH Diploma course.

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You’ve completed units A-C of the NEBOSH Diploma, now it’s time to put that knowledge into practice and complete a practical report. This is your guide on how to get NEBOSH coursesthe most out of unit D of the NEBOSH Diploma course.

Unit D is your chance to bring together your knowledge and understanding from the other units and apply it to a practical workplace environment.

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The Spring months traditionally bring new life, and now in June fledglings prepare to leave the nest and make their way in the world. As a parent of a 21 and 23 year old I have encouragedshutterstock_210347026 TC3125 them to spread their wings , develop themselves and find work that they enjoy and find fulfilling. However, as they have grown it has become more difficult to protect them, all you can really do is provide advice and support as they meet the challenges of working for a living.

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Take a deep breath. It’s something we all take for granted from the day we are born. When resting, adults breathe 12-20 times a minute. In fact, it is estimated that we take between 17,000-30,000 breaths per day and that the total length of airways in our lungs is 2,400 km…the equivalent of travelling between London and Turkey! Yet if you are working iEyeStrainn an environment where you are exposed to respirable crystalline silica (RCS) dust, every breath you take has the potential to cause silicosis. In this short post, Dr Karen McDonnell, our occupational safety and health policy adviser, explores the issues surrounding silica dust, and what you can do to protect your workers from potentially deadly exposure.

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The 2016 RoSPA Health and Safety Awards Gala Dinner was a fantastic evening full of great 1138-3906food, top entertainment and inspirational stories.  Here are a selection of photos showing what a great time everyone had.   If you didn’t attend the event then watch this space as the 2017 Awards are opening later this year…

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Things will be looking a little bit different at this year’s Safety and Health Expo.

If you’ve visited the Safety and Health Expo before, you’ll know that the venue is jam packed with exhibitors, demonstrations and presentations. There’s so much to see and do and not a great amount of time in which to do it. But whatever you do make sure you find the time to visit the RoSPA stand, where we will be bringing you something completely new this year…

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Every year about 12,000 Egyptians die as a result of a road traffic crash. Shocking as this is, anyone driving on the crowded streets of Cairo will be unsurprised to hear that EEgyptgypt is ranked number five in the world for the highest number of road traffic casualties. To an accompaniment of blaring car horns, the motorist is subjected to weaving motorcycles and taxis, jaywalking pedestrians and even the occasional camel crossing the road. In this special post, our intrepid Fleet Safety Audit Manager, Colin Knight, explores what RoSPA is doing to save lives and reduce injuries on the congested streets of Cairo…

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