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membership level IIRSM AND IOSH

Post by lemon5 »

Hi Gents,

good noon,

can anybody assist me for taking IIRSM AND IOSH membership.I had finished IOSH and NEBOSH and presently working as HSE INSPECTOR IN A PETROCHEMICAL PROJECT.
Instead of wasting time and money,pls assist me which membership levels i can directly apply.

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Post by Reddwarf »

You haven't given us a lot of detail around what qualification you have or number of years of experience but assuming you have NEBOSH general certificate as a minimum and a few years in health and safety the TECH anything above this you would need to look at having a diploma.


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Re: membership level IIRSM AND IOSH

Post by Jack Kane »

Hey Lemon, welcome to the forums :D :wave:

Full details of memberships can be found on the IOSH and IIRSM web sites here...

http://www.iosh.co.uk/membership.aspx" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

http://www.iirsm.org/become_a_member" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

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Post by petesdragon1948 »

why not try for a BSc in occupational health? At least you have a standing qualification as opposed to just being a member of IOSH

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