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Employer working group addresses ‘real need’ for new health and safety apprenticeship

The UK Department for Education has approved a new safety, health and environment (SHE) apprenticeship as part of the government’s “Trailblazer” initiative.

HSE and NEBOSH trial new process safety qualification

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.

CITB invalidates 4,600 CSCS cards after fraud

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.  


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2017 salary survey

Our poll of 2,310 safety and health practitioners gives a snapshot of pay, conditions and morale in the profession.

Cormac Gilligan, PepsiCo

The food and drinks maker’s vice president of environment, health and safety about attracting OSH talent and developing it. 

A step up

It is harder than ever in the OSH profession to become an unqualified success. A certificate in OSH management is a starting point, but if you want to move to the next stage, what are your options? Bridget Leathley reports on her own journey through the qualifications landscape.