The UK Department for Education has approved a new safety, health and environment (SHE) apprenticeship as part of the government’s “Trailblazer” initiative.
A new qualification is being piloted for managers, supervisors and safety professionals working in potentially hazardous process industries, such as oil and gas, chemicals, plastics and pharmaceuticals.
The Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) has invalidated 4,615 Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS) labourer cards after five test centres were found to be fraudulently awarding the Health, Safety and Environment (HS&E) qualification to workers in exchange for cash bribes.
Dust control, musculoskeletal disorders and support for an ageing workforce were among the themes at this year's event.
We interview two more speakers ahead of the November event.
The funding institution’s safety adviser talks about ensuring standards on infrastructure projects worldwide, lobbying the Kyrgyz government to let women work and confusing St Helena with St Helier.
Disciplines: Chemicals,Environmental Health & Safety,Manufacturing
Location: Milton Keynes
Salary: £45,000 + Pension + Health Benefits
Disciplines: Chemicals,Oil & Gas ,Utilities & Renewables
Disciplines: Construction HSE ,Consultancy,Environmental Health & Safety
Location: Greater London
Disciplines: Environmental Health & Safety,Public Sector
Salary: £34,788 up to £38,813 per annum, £850 per annum essential car allowance
Disciplines: Corporate HSE,Environmental Health & Safety
Salary: £30,401 to £37,267 pa