For a limited time THSP Risk Management is selling their NEBOSH General Certificate for just £949 + VAT, this is a £600 reduction on the normal cost.
Fines for health and safety failings are on the rise. A property management firm has recently been ordered to pay a £15,000 fine for failing to carry out asbestos surveys in properties where extensive refurbishment works were being carried out.
The number of employees taking time off for mental health reasons has risen by 30% according to 1,000 business leaders, surveyed for the British Chambers of Commerce in May 2018. Half of those surveyed admitted that they did not access occupational health support for their staff.
CITB Site Supervision Safety Training Scheme (SSSTS) courses are ideal for anyone already working in a role of site supervision or planning on working in that role. THSP Risk Management regularly runs SSSTS courses at their head office in Bedford, in-house at your premises or at locations in Central London.
Not only have fines for health and safety breaches risen since February 2016, but now prison sentences for gross negligence manslaughter have increased to up to 18 years.
“What counts as a suitable risk assessment?” It‘s better to be safe than sorry, however, if you feel a little out of your depth ask yourself “is it time to outsource your health and safety?”
In 2000, an independent work-related road safety task group carried out a survey, which established that up to a third of all road traffic accidents involve someone who is at work at the time.
Current advice from the HSE recognises that “being pregnant or a new mother does not prevent you from working and developing your career. Many women work while they are pregnant and return to work while they are breastfeeding.”
This week the Met office warned that we were likely to face temperatures of over 35⁰C. In light of this, the Environmental Audit Select Committee published a report with a stark warning that in the next 30 years, heat-related deaths could treble unless action is taken.
At THSP we believe that wherever you go to work, the ultimate aim is to get home safely. That is our destination, what is yours?