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Man at PCAstutis is delighted to announce that we have recently welcomed on-board our 1000th online learning delegate.

100 percent pass rate from Astutis100% pass rate for latest Astutis NEBOSH Certificate Course!

laptop ladyLevel 3 NEBOSH qualifications are to be made eligible for Associate Membership (AIOSH) of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) under recent changes.

Astutis at Intersec 2013Opened by HH sheikh Mansoor bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, this year’s Intersec event (15th-17th January) was the biggest yet...

AbsorbLMSAstutis is pleased to announce that its Learning Management System provided by Absorb has again come up trumps at a recent awards ceremony.

Astutis has joined forces with leading UK Health and Safety charity The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) to provide market leading occupational and road safety education for businesses and government departments in the Arabian Gulf region.

Astutis Consultancy in the Middle EastAstutis, is pleased to announce the expansion of its operations to key markets in the Middle East.
Working alongside the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA), a head of international operations has been appointed to forge relationships with organisations in the Arabian Gulf region to deliver efficient, cost effective health and safety training solutions as well as driver training and RoSPA membership.

Money RollA new funding scheme has today been announced which will enable businesses in England to build a ‘fit for purpose’, skilled workforce…

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.

FFI guidanceWith 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.

HSE StatisticsIn 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.

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