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Current Role: Sales Manager
Sector: Insurance
Qualification: NCRQ HSD1 , NCRQ HSD2 , NCRQ Diploma (ongoing)
Goal: To somehow, someway, get into Health and Safety wherever and whenever I can!!!! but without experience is this an impossible task?... :oops:

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Current role: H&S Coordinator/Trainer - Secondment, (Production staff pay role, full time position possible June 2018)
Sector: Manufacturing
Qualification: NEBOSH GC
Goal: 2018 - IEMA, H,S&E Coordinator Full time
2019 - H,S&E Advisor and Start NEBOSH Dip

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Current Role - Health & Safety Manager
Sector: Private - Manufacturing
Qualification:NEBOSH H&S Diploma Parts 1&2, NEBOSH Construction Certificate, NVQ in Occ Safety and Health Level 4, Fire Manager and Fire Risk Assessor Certificates, Asbestos P402 & P405, IEMA Foundation Certificate and Associate Certificate, ILM Level 4 in Leadership & Management.
Goal:To work part-time or set up a Consultancy and then work part-time! Also, I would like to complete a different course such as HR or something Legal orientated (But too old now)

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Been a regular visitor for the last 6 months, finally decided to take part

Current role: QHSE Officer
Sector: Manufacturing
Qualification: NEBOSH General Cert, NEBOSH Fire Cert. OHSAS18001 Internal Auditor
Goal: Begin NEBOSH Diploma this year.

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Re: What's your Profession?

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SJ16 wrote:
Mon Feb 10, 2020 11:17 am
Been a regular visitor for the last 6 months, finally decided to take part

Current role: QHSE Officer
Sector: Manufacturing
Qualification: NEBOSH General Cert, NEBOSH Fire Cert. OHSAS18001 Internal Auditor
Goal: Begin NEBOSH Diploma this year.
Hi SJ16

Welcome to the forums :wave:

Thanks for the input :thumbsup:

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Another warm welcome and thanks from me also SJ. .salut

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Re: What's your Profession?

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Its funny looking back at this thread.

I was originally planning to continue with health and safety after completing the NGC a few years back but I was given the opportunity to complete a chartered degree apprenticeship in building surveying. I have been studying for the past two and a half years with another two and a half to go. I am really enjoying the course and I am about to make the switch to doing the job full time come Monday.

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ssmith65 wrote:
Tue Feb 25, 2020 4:36 pm
Its funny looking back at this thread.

I was originally planning to continue with health and safety after completing the NGC a few years back but I was given the opportunity to complete a chartered degree apprenticeship in building surveying. I have been studying for the past two and a half years with another two and a half to go. I am really enjoying the course and I am about to make the switch to doing the job full time come Monday.
Well done SS! clapclap

Wishing you every success for the new job on Monday. .salut clapclap
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Alexis wrote:
Thu Feb 27, 2020 1:32 pm
ssmith65 wrote:
Tue Feb 25, 2020 4:36 pm
Its funny looking back at this thread.

I was originally planning to continue with health and safety after completing the NGC a few years back but I was given the opportunity to complete a chartered degree apprenticeship in building surveying. I have been studying for the past two and a half years with another two and a half to go. I am really enjoying the course and I am about to make the switch to doing the job full time come Monday.
Well done SS! clapclap

Wishing you every success for the new job on Monday. .salut clapclap
thank you Alexis, I think my regular access to the forum will be not so regular come Monday but I know you will all be around if I still need some friendly advise and I will continue to check in :)

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Re: What's your Profession?

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Good Luck SS.

Thank you for your contributions to this point and will look forward to hearing from you however little you may be able to knock on the HSfB family door. he he.
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