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posted on 10 March 2017
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NEBOSH, the leading health, safety and environmental management examination board, has significantly reduced the environmental impact of its Leicester headquarters thanks to the ISO14001:2015 accreditation process.

The NEBOSH Green Team, who successfully led the work to reach the standards of environmental management required to secure the accreditation, identified and implemented a number of simple behaviour changes that have delivered substantial improvements.  As a result, over the past two years NEBOSH has reduced gas usage at its head office by 13%, significantly cut the amount of water used and now recycles 78% of its waste. 

Business practices are also carried out more sustainably, so double-sided printing has become standard, reducing paper use by 18%, and staff are encouraged to take laptops into meetings enabling documents to be reviewed electronically to avoid printing large numbers of copies. 

With continuous improvement a key part of the ISO14001:2015 accreditation, the team set quarterly KPIs for NEBOSH’s employees to work towards.  During 2017, these will focus on changing the organisation’s attitude towards travel by aiming to reduce the number of miles driven and flown by the team.  For example, when NEBOSH launched a new qualification recently, a webinar was held to inform its course providers rather than members of the team driving around the country to hold face-to-face meetings.

NEBOSH Chief Executive, Teresa Budworth, commented: “As an environmentally-conscious organisation, we wanted to make an unequivocal statement about our commitment to the environment and feel that ISO14001:2015 does just that.  It underlines the standards of environmental protection that we adhere to and enables us to manage and reduce our environmental impacts.

“Working towards the accreditation was a real team effort and I’m very proud of our collective achievement.  We will now focus on maintaining the high standard of environmental management that we have achieved and will continue to look for ways to reduce our impact.”

ISO14001: 2015 requires organisations to consider all environmental issues relevant to their operations such as air pollution, water and sewage issues, waste management, soil contamination, climate change mitigation and adaptation, and resource use and efficiency.  It also demonstrates compliance with current and future statutory and regulatory requirements.

posted on 02 March 2017
Following the success of last year’s Health and Safety Event at Birmingham, NEBOSH will once again be supporting the Education Pavilion at this year’s event, giving you access to the latest and best in training, education and competence.

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posted on 20 February 2017
NEBOSH, the leading health, safety and environmental management examination board, has worked in partnership with the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) to develop a new qualification: the NEBOSH HSE Certificate in Process Safety Management.

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posted on 13 February 2017
NEBOSH has launched a special Alumni association for its Diploma holders. Alumni will enjoy a range of exclusive benefits designed to help them continue their professional development, network with their peers, advance their careers and stay ahead of the latest health and safety thinking. 

Trustees 2017
posted on 19 January 2017
NEBOSH has announced new appointments to its Board of Trustees including, for the first time, an international course provider: Tonia Sulkhova. Two Independent Trustees, David Morgan and Bill Nixon, have also been appointed.

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posted on 22 December 2016
NEBOSH, is globally launching its new Health and Safety at Work book at Intersec from 22-24 January 2017 at Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.

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posted on 21 November 2016
NEBOSH is delighted to announce that revised syllabuses for its National and International Diplomas in Occupational Health and Safety are now being delivered by its accredited course providers.

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posted on 04 November 2016
NEBOSH is lending its support to the Health Risks at Work initiative, which aims to raise awareness of workplace occupational health issues and change behaviour among small firms.

posted on 21 October 2016

NEBOSH Chief Executive Teresa Budworth is chairing the 2016 Utility Week Health & Safety Conference.

The 4th annual Utility Week Health & Safety Conference is an essential event for health and safety professionals working in the water, gas and electricity industry.

posted on 17 October 2016
UK based examinations board, NEBOSH, will once again be exhibiting at OSH India, the largest occupational safety and health show in the country.