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News from Astutis


IOSH Managing Safely EricThe first of the Astutis IOSH online courses was awarded 3 stars for content, presentation and value by Health and Safety at Work magazine. 'A welcome extra module', the enjoyable legal case studies and 'the good use of open questions' are just some of the highlights of the Managing Safely online course.

World in your handsThe 2012 NEBOSH Jobs Barometer research has once again highlighted that qualifications are essential and no longer a luxury when applying to work in health and safety.

A five year review of the CDM (Construction Design and Management) Regulations 2007 has been undertaken by the HSE.

Managing Aviation SafetyAstutis are the brains behind the new IOSH Managing Safely in Aviation course, the first accredited course for managers within the aviation industry.

RIDDOR Guidance 2012RIDDOR requirements are changing for the reporting of over 3 day injuries. The changes to the Regulations come into force on April 6th 2012.

David, Steve and BrenAstutis is celebrating a fantastic 2011. The health, safety and environmental training solutions company moved into its new headquarters in Nantgarw in Cardiff a year ago on the 17th February 2011.

Prosecutions over health and safetyDuring the last five years the number of directors and senior managers prosecuted under section 37 of the HSWA (Health & Safety at Work Act) 1974 has risen by over 400%.

Astutis has announced that they have now expanded their Nantgarw, Cardiff headquarters to incorporate a new training facility, which officially opened 3rd January 2012.

Oliver and AdamFollowing the success of our public courses held across the UK we have decided to open a new venue in Darlington at which the NEBOSH General Certificate will be held.

WindfarmIndustry trade body Renewable UK has revealed 1,500 accidents and incidents have taken place on wind farms over the past 5 years. These figures include 4 deaths and a further 300 injuries to workers.