Sitemap - Health and Safety Articles

Below is the sitemap for our health and safety articles. These articles cover a varied range of health and safety issues and training course subjects, including health and safety risks, COSHH, accident prevention, NVQ qualifications and financial reasons for going on safety courses.

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  • Stick With Health and Safety Courses

  • NVQ Level 5 Health and Safety Qualification

  • NEBOSH General Certificate a Lot to Learn But Worth It

  • 5 Common Hazards in the Workplace and How They can be Avoided

  • Short-Term Seasonal Demand Spikes Can Increase Risk to Safety

  • Continual Need for Fire Risk Assessments

  • Many Groups Have Health and Safety Responsibilities when Changes are Made

  • Health and Safety Risks to Garden Centre Workers

  • Avoiding Cheap Health and Safety Courses

  • Why is the NEBOSH Diploma so Prestigious?

  • Confined Space Permit to Work

  • Workplace Essentials: Why Health and Safety is Important

  • Managers and Health & Safety

  • NVQ Level 5 Health and Safety Distance Learning

  • Health and Safety Risks in Gardening

  • What is the IOSH Managing Safely Course?

  • Health and Safety Induction Courses

  • Health and Safety Courses to Improve Competence

  • Health and Safety Diplomas

  • Protection of the Eyes

  • Why are COSHH Health and Safety Courses Important?

  • Don’t Put Off Health and Safety Courses

  • How Do Health and Safety Courses Prevent Accidents

  • Remedial Action After an Accident Investigation

  • Pollution Can Be Minor Too

  • The Importance of Signs in Health and Safety

  • Refresher Health and Safety Training

  • Why is Conveying Equipment Limitations Important in Health and Safety Training?

  • Health and Safety Dangers When Performing Maintenance

  • How to Prevent Accidents When Performing Maintenance on Equipment

  • Identifying Broken Equipment with Regards to Health and Safety

  • Health and Safety with regards to Buttons and Switches

  • Health and Safety - Workspace and Working Area

  • Health and Safety - Stability

  • Health and Safety - Warnings

  • Fire Safety - Sources of Fuel

  • Fire Safety - Hose Reels

  • Fire Safety - Openings

  • Fire Alarm for Staff Not Customers

  • How to Reduce the Risks from Fire

  • The Risks to Health from Fire

  • Fire Health and Safety - Early Detection

  • Evacuation Provisions for Persons Requiring Assistance

  • Things to Consider in a Fire Risk Assessment

  • Reviewing and Monitoring a Fire Risk Assessment

  • How to Minimise the Risk of Fire in a Workplace

  • Fire Risks and Temporary Buildings

  • Fire Safety - Storage

  • How Can Smoking be a Health and Safety Risk in a Workplace?

  • Protection of the Feet

  • Location of Fire Extinguishers

  • CO2 Carbon Dioxide Fire Extinguishers

  • Fire Marshals

  • Fire Instruction Signs

  • What is Covered on Fire Safety Training Courses?

  • Why a Manager Needs to Organise Health and Safety

  • Management and Supervisors Health and Safety Training

  • Health and Safety Job Monitoring

  • Personal Factors Affecting Health and Safety

  • How Boredom and Human Error Affects Health and Safety

  • Is a Health and Safety Action a Rule Violation or Down to a Lack of Knowledge?

  • How to Reduce the Chances of Human Error Risking Health and Safety

  • How Can Managers Promote a Health and Safety Culture

  • Is it Too Late to Provide Health and Safety Training After an Accident?

  • Measuring Effectiveness of Health and Safety Training

  • Combining Health and Safety Training with Job-Specific Training

  • How Does Health and Safety Legislation Benefit Workers?

  • How a Booming Economy Can Be Bad for Health and Safety

  • Health and Safety at Work - Substance Misuse

  • Health and Safety - Drinking and Work


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    Level 1 and Level 2 online food safety courses available, with individual courses aimed specifically at those in the catering, retail and manufacturing industries.

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    NEBOSH General Pages

    More Info on our Most Popular Course


    The NEBOSH National General Certificate provides a wealth of information, with the syllabus covering a variety of different health and safety topics which are relevant to the vast majority of workplaces. The scope and respect which this NEBOSH qualification commands makes it one of the most popular and sought after of courses.

    For useful pages and articles about the NEBOSH General Certificate click here.



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    NEBOSH Diploma e-Learning


    The lower cost and convenience of studying in your own time initially makes a NEBOSH Diploma look attractive by e-learning or distance learning formats. However, when it comes to learning enough to pass the assessments and actually achieving the qualification, it can often be an expensive false economy... Read Article


    Danger of Spending Money on a NEBOSH General Certificate Online Course



    Before spending any money on a NEBOSH General Certificate online course or distance learning option, it is essential to understand the dangers and realise that in most cases it can actually end up being more expensive in the long run... Read Article



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    Health and Safety Risks of Cutting Trees


    One prominent danger which exists for both professionals and amateur gardeners alike is the risk of injury or death when cutting trees. Whether it is cutting a few branches to get more light into the garden, or chopping down entire trees to clear an area for development, there is always the risk of serious accidents... Read Article



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