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IOSH logo CopyAstutis is looking forward to joining fellow health and safety professionals and business leaders at this year’s IOSH Annual Conference, 20-21 November, in the International Convention Centre, Birmingham.

NEW IOSH Safety for Senior Executives and Directors course launchedThe previously known IOSH Safety for Senior Executives has been replaced with the brand new IOSH Safety for Executives and Directors course...

Small Business Advice Week logoThis week marks Small Business Advice Week. The prestigious campaign, now its 14th year, aims to help the 4.5 million British SME’s thrive by offering expert advice on all areas of business operations. 

ELC logoAstutis is now an approved partner of the MoD’s Enhance Learning Credits Administration Service (ELCAS), offering financial support to members of the Armed Forces on all NEBOSH courses. 

Astutis 10000th Online LearnerAstutis is pleased to announce our 10,000th online learner has recently been enrolled on one of our accredited HSE courses.

HSE logoThe HSE has released its latest report covering fatal workplace injuries in Great Britain 2016/17. It includes provisional numbers of fatal injuries to both workers and members of the public.

Learning at Work Week 2017This week marks the 18th Learning at Work Week (LAWW), an annual event organised by The Campaign for Learning since 1999 which aims to ‘put a spotlight on the importance and benefits of learning and development at work’ in the month of May. 

Mental Health Awareness Week 2017This week marks Mental Health Awareness Week here in the UK, a campaign run by the Mental Health Foundation to raise awareness of mental health issues and offer advice to those who suffer.

HSE logoThe Health and Safety Executive (HSE), is currently running a series of events across the UK to look at what businesses can do to safeguard their workforce.

Astutis Image (11)A recently released report by FirstCare reveals workplace absence is costing the UK economy an enormous £18 billion in lost productivity each year.

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