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NEBOSH call for Oil & Gas Certificate Examiners

Huge growth in demand for the our International Technical Certificate in Oil and Gas Operational Safety has led to a call for more health and safety experts to become examiners.

The health, safety and environmental qualifications body said it was looking for people in the UK with the right level of knowledge and experience to mark candidate papers for the NEBOSH Oil and Gas Certificate.

“Demand is increasing rapidly for this qualification,” explained NEBOSH Chief Executive, Teresa Budworth. “With increasing numbers of people sitting our Oil and Gas examinations, we simply need more examiners.”

Jackie Cambridge is a health and safety consultant who has been a NEBOSH examiner for 12 years. She believes being a NEBOSH examiner is a great way of maintaining high standards in health and safety and supporting the profession.

“As a Principal Examiner I also provide support to other NEBOSH examiners to ensure they are marking consistently and fairly,” she added. “As well as being seen as an important and respected role, a NEBOSH examiner’s position provides a great opportunity to meet colleagues and peers from the industry.” 

Examiners for the NEBOSH International Technical Certificate in Oil and Gas Operational Safety should be chartered members of IOSH or Grad IOSH working towards CMIOSH or equivalent. Experience in the oil and gas sector or process industries would be an advantage.

Anyone interested in finding out more, or who would like to apply to become a NEBOSH examiner, should contact our Standards Manager, Dee Arp via email info@nebosh.org.uk