Which is right for me? NEBOSH or IOSH?
With Health and Safety becoming a hugely important topic of late, not just in the workplace but in everyday life - Phoenix Health and Safety will be releasing a series of posts that cover the basics of Health and Safety courses, the professional bodies associated, what kind of impact this can have in your professional and home life and what the courses entail. Whether you're looking at what's around or trying to decide if you should go for a NEBOSH or IOSH course, this post is for you.
If you've got questions about health and safety courses, hopefully our series of blogs will help you determine what the right course of action would be for you. In the first instance, whether you're looking to send your employees on health and safety courses or looking to enhance your own career by taking IOSH or NEBOSH courses, knowing the difference is certainly going to help.Continue reading
From October 2017 Phoenix HSC will be offering NEBOSH, IOSH and SSSTS courses at a brand-new London venue, the smart and popular Thistle Hotel next to Heathrow Airport's Terminal 5. As you'd expect from that location, it couldn't be easier to reach or better connected - even if you're not flying in!Continue reading
Just a quick reminder of what's in store!
It's the rugby clash of the titans. The British Lions started their New Zealand tour last week and the test series against the all-but invincible All Blacks starts in three weeks time. But before you wish you could be in the squad, consider the risk to life and limb. It's certain that a number of players who start the tour won't finish it.Continue reading
IOSH Managing Safely is a recognised health and safety qualification. With our online learning option you can study the whole course from your computer, tablet and smartphone, starting and resuming the interactive studies from any device. Even the assessments are online. Sign up today here
NEBOSH’s latest Jobs Barometer research again confirms that when UK employers advertise health and safety positions they expect applicants to have relevant professional qualifications. In fact 90% of the job advertisements for safety, health and environmental (SHE) roles reviewed specified one or more NEBOSH qualifications. That's up from 83% last year.