The government is set to roll out the second round of the Employer Ownership Pilot (EOP) which is already giving nearly £70 million to companies including Nissan, Whitbread and GE Aviation.
With the implementation of the HSE’s new cost recovery scheme, Fee For Intervention (FFI) businesses who flout health and safety laws will be liable for recovery of HSE costs related to inspection, investigation and taking enforcement action.
In today’s tough economic climate, how do you justify the business value of occupational safety? By breaking down the actual cost of a workplace injury, Health and Safety professionals are able to better demonstrate the ‘value’ of safety to the organisation in real terms.
Paul Grayson-Davies joins Astutis from BT as Account Manager covering Wales and the South West. Paul brings vast experience of working within the SME and Corporate client sectors across Engineering, Telecommunication and Electrical industries over the past 20 years.
At Astutis we are proud of our reputation as an excellent provider of health, safety and environmental training courses. The relationships we have with our students are one of the keys to building and maintaining this reputation.
Astutis have developed a new course for the NEBOSH National Certificate in Fire Safety and Risk Management. This course is suitable for all organisations in every industry interested in protecting staff and property from fire.
The London Olympics proved to be a great success all round … but what will we be left with now the events are all over? Learning health and safety lessons and sharing what was learnt from the construction of the London Olympic Park has always been a priority for the Olympic Delivery Agency, and is hoped to be one of the legacies of the 2012 Olympic Games.
For those looking for a flexible, cost-effective learning solution, the launch of the Astutis NEBOSH IGC online course could be the answer.