5 things you need to know about NEBOSH

5 things you need to know about NEBOSH. Following our popular Things you need to know about IOSH blog, we now turn our attention to that other popular health and safety acronym...NEBOSH. So here’s what you need to know:   What is NEBOSH? Known by its acronym, NEBOSH stands for ‘the National Examination Board in... Continue Reading →

Meet the winners: Edinburgh Napier University

The RoSPA Health and Safety Awards are truly all inclusive with entries from organisations of all sizes and from a wide spectrum of industries from the oil and gas industry right through to local authorities and education establishments. One such organisation is the Edinburgh Napier University, which is one of the largest universities in Scotland,... Continue Reading →

5 Top Tips for NEBOSH Practical success

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 the most out of unit D of the NEBOSH Diploma course. Unit D is your chance to bring together your knowledge and understanding from the... Continue Reading →

Join the Conversation in London

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... Continue Reading →

The ABC of OSH (Part 2)

As we discussed in the ABC of OSH Part 1, all safety and health professionals grapple with a near endless list of issues in order to ensure every employee returns safely home to their families each night. In this second part, we look at the final 13 letters and what they mean for every OSH... Continue Reading →

DOs and DON’Ts for the NEBOSH Practical

As the name implies, Unit NGC3: Health and Safety Practical Application allows you to demonstrate your NEBOSH NGC1 and NGC2 accumulated knowledge by applying it to real examples from within your place of work. It’s where the theory becomes a reality, and where you get to see what risk reductions your knowledge can bring about.... Continue Reading →

RoSPA’s NEBOSH Student of the Year

When it comes to professional accreditation, the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents represents the gold standard in both training and qualifications. With this in mind we decided to present a new award this year, designed to recognise the top RoSPA student from all of our NEBOSH accredited courses. With such a high standard,... Continue Reading →

Top-ten tips for maximum marks! NEBOSH Diploma Unit D

Following the amazing response we had to our previous advice on how to pass NEBOSH exams, we have decided to put together a post looking at what is perhaps the most daunting and least discussed of the NEBOSH Diploma modules: Unit D. For this final part of the diploma, you are required to bring together... Continue Reading →

RoSPA’s guide to NEBOSH past papers – Part 3

Following the success of the NEBOSH question and answer posts 1 and 2, this third installment in the series tackles questions from the NEBOSH Certificate, June 2006 paper. My aim isn't to give you the NEBOSH answers as such, instead I use my experience as a trainer to give you top-tips for NEBOSH exams as... Continue Reading →

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