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Post by Alexis » Sun Apr 30, 2017 5:55 pm

Hi LCFC. :wave:

A very warm welcome to HSfB. I'm sure you will find us very useful. Post any queries you may have and someone will reply. ;)

In case you haven't found our main site pages yet, to access it, just click on the big logo at the top corner of this page.
https://www.healthandsafetytips.co.uk/

There is loads of information in the downloads that will be able to help with your "brushing up" process. :D

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Post by JohnMc88 » Mon May 15, 2017 10:33 am

Hi everyone,

First off great forum full of really useful info.

Been lurking on these forums for a while now and thought it was about time I joined.

Completed my general certificate in the last 6 months and I'm now starting to take more responsibility in h&s matters in work.

look forward to getting involved in the discussions and pestering everyone for advice :D

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Post by Alexis » Mon May 15, 2017 10:43 am

Hi there John. .cheers

Very happy to welcome you to our inner sanctuary. .salut :D

Congratulations on your NGC. clapclap clapclap clapclap

Look forward to getting to know you along your H&S career path. :D
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Post by Jmac17 » Sat Aug 19, 2017 10:25 am

Hi everyone,

My name is John, i'm from Scotland and i'm currently making the transition from the production side of things to a health and safety advisor role at my current place of work.

I'm due to sit my Nebosh General certificate in the next few weeks, so I'm doing as much studying as i can at the moment.

Really enjoying looking through the forums and hopefully, as i gain more experience i can contribute some useful info.

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Post by Alexis » Sat Aug 19, 2017 6:55 pm

Hi John. :wave:

A very warm welcome to our HSfB family. :D

If you haven't found our main site pages with all the free downloads you can access it by clicking the logo at the top of this page. https://www.healthandsafetytips.co.uk/

Good luck with your exams. Give us a shout if you need anything. ./thumbsup..

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Post by ck.adams » Thu Sep 07, 2017 8:58 am

Hi,

I'm Chris, i'm from the south-east and have been involved in construction for nearly 10 years at different levels from being an apprentice electrician, electrical design engineer, project manager and now in moving into H&S to gain qualifications and accreditations.

I have just signed up to NEBOSH in construction (distance learning) and have already identified this site as somewhere where I will be able find a hell of a lot of information.

Like John above, as I gain more experience I hope to be able to provide meaningful contributions to discussions and hopefully learn from people as well as being able to teach people too.

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Post by Alexis » Thu Sep 07, 2017 10:13 am

ck.adams wrote:
Thu Sep 07, 2017 8:58 am
Hi,

I'm Chris, i'm from the south-east and have been involved in construction for nearly 10 years at different levels from being an apprentice electrician, electrical design engineer, project manager and now in moving into H&S to gain qualifications and accreditations.

I have just signed up to NEBOSH in construction (distance learning) and have already identified this site as somewhere where I will be able find a hell of a lot of information.

Like John above, as I gain more experience I hope to be able to provide meaningful contributions to discussions and hopefully learn from people as well as being able to teach people too.

Chris
Morning Chris. :wave:

Many thanks for your informative introduction. Feel as though we know you already. ;)

I hope you've found our main site pages to help with your study, but if not, they can be accessed by clicking the logo at the top left of this page.

https://www.healthandsafetytips.co.uk/

Good luck with your NEBOSH journey. .salut
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Post by Hamid313 » Thu Sep 21, 2017 11:59 am

Hi Guys,

Hamid here from UAE, i just got register after going through download & forum section. I hope it would be worthy to be here get advise from all of you guys. I completed my NEBOSH IGC before 3 years and currently working as a HSE OFFICER. Now, i am planning to start British Safety Council Level 6 international Diploma. I have gone through STUDY SUPPORT section but there is no sign of BSC Idiposh, may i know why?

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Post by Alexis » Thu Sep 21, 2017 12:34 pm

Well, hello Hamid from UAE and a very warm welcome to our HSfB Family friendly forums. :hello2:

Very nice introduction and many thanks for the kind compliments. Very much appreciated. .salut
Hamid313 wrote:
Thu Sep 21, 2017 11:59 am
Now, i am planning to start British Safety Council Level 6 international Diploma. I have gone through STUDY SUPPORT section but there is no sign of BSC Idiposh, may i know why?

At the end again thanks to all developers, admins, all member who gave us great platform. clapclap clapclap clapclap clapclap clapclap


Thanks & Regards,
Hamid
One of the reasons we do not have study materials in our downloads for the BSC Idiposh is simply due to the fact that most people prefer to go down the the NEBOSH Diploma or equivalent NCRQ route etc., also, many of our free downloads are gifted freely to us by past and current members, therefore if our members are not going down the BSC Idiposh learning route, then we are not lucky enough to have materials for this specific BSC Idiposh.

I am sure some of our members who have done the same course as yourself will have some further information, which they may come into this post and share.

Look forward to virtually getting to know you on your H&S continued professional development. .salut
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