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Avoid Making the Papers for the Wrong Reasons with NEBOSH Training

NEBOSH London Training Helps to Avoid Bad Press

Budgets, time restraints and other stresses easily crowd out responsibilities to ensure effective health and safety training is implemented. So could a NEBOSH London training course be a good solution for busy London businesses? 

Maintaining a Consistent Culture of Safety

NEBOSH training courses are one of the most widely recognised, global qualifications for health and safety management – and there’s a reason for that. It’s because they work.

When you choose to send yourself, or one of your employees on a NEBOSH London training course, you are investing not only in the wellbeing of your workers, but also of your business.

Within our NEBOSH London training courses, students are taught to:

  • Understand legal implications: supporting you to meet your legal obligations and avoid penalties


  • Conduct risk assessments: identifying areas and potential hazards that when missed, often cause incidents that could harm your employees, leave you paying thousands in compensation and plastering your name across the press as the person responsible.


  • Identify strategies for reducing risks: putting into place the procedures and controls required to protect your employees and business from ruin.


  • Combat issues that contribute to ill health: to ensure a safe environment and minimise downtime and absence of employees, keeping your business running efficiently.


Yes, when you choose to invest in a NEBOSH London training course to gain a NEBOSH general certificate or construction certificate, you can be sure that it isn’t a time or money wasting exercise. It’s an important part of any responsible business plan to ensure that legal requirements are met, that workplaces are safe and that your business benefits now and in the long-term.

For details on when and where your next NEBOSH London training course is held, simply visit our NEBOSH London course page.

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