Entries by Rebecca Lambert

Candidate of the Week – Andrew Greatbatch

  A positive, self-motivated professional Technician of 15 plus years in servicing and repairing a large variety of vehicles, ranging from DAF, Volvo, Scania, trailers BPW, ROR and SAF, whilst actively employing a proactive approach towards health and safety.   Andrew would now like to offer his extensive experience to an innovative and forward-thinking organisation, […]

HSE People – latest corporate members

HSE People is thrilled to welcome Pulsar UK, Airsweb and Saudi Aramco to our online network QUALITY, RELIABILITY AND INNOVATION IS OUR BUSINESS These are the foundations on which we have built the success of the PULSAR® brand. Focusing on the wearers of PULSAR® clothing, making sure they feel comfortable and ready to take on whatever the day will throw at them. […]

New for 2018 – Lloyd’s Maritime Academy: a Certificate in HAZOPS, starting 20th March

Also new for 2018 from Lloyd’s Maritime Academy: a Certificate in HAZOPS, starting 20 March. Studied by distance learning, our new distance learning course covers the methodology of HAZOP studies and their application to procedure-based operations. From putting together your HAZOP team to revalidating your safety measures, the programme covers the full lifecycle of process […]

Certificate in International Maritime Codes & Conventions – Starts 9th May

An essential course for learning the regulations governing maritime design, navigation and safety Studied by distance learning, this 12 week course will cover maritime governance, and is essential for those looking to expand their knowledge on the rules that make shipping safer for everyone. This complex and inherently dangerous business has high risk potential and […]

Diploma in Marine Accident Investigation – starts 6th March

  Teaches the core components of reducing marine accidents and creating an accident report Studied by distance learning, this essential course for those in maritime accident investigation will cover the causes of marine accidents and methods to minimise risk, as well as best practice for reporting. At the end of study, you will complete a […]

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Pound for Piper – 30th Anniversary

2018 is the 30th Anniversary of the Piper Alpha tragedy Piper Alpha exploded on the 6th July 1988 in the North Sea, killing 167 men – fathers, sons, brothers and lovers. It left just 61 survivors. That night, there were 4 explosions. The heat rose to over 700C – hot enough to melt your hard […]