New NEBOSH Qualification Demonstrates NIC’s Continual Commitment to Health and Safety

Posted on 7th March, 2016

We are totally committed to delivering a quality, professional and trustworthy service to our clients and we are proud that our Integrated Systems Manager, David Holden, has passed his NEBOSH (National Examination Board for occupational Safety and Health) with a distinction. We now have 2 members of our team who hold NEBOSH Construction qualifications, which is a globally recognised and respected industry health and safety qualification.

In the UK a NEBOSH construction qualification is recognised by the following professional bodies:

• Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH)
• International Institute of Risk and Safety Management (IIRSM)
• Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA).

Sarah Costello (Health and Safety Manager) and David Holden use their NEBOSH qualifications to educate our team members which strengthens our company’s safety culture. They both now possess an excellent understanding of health and safety legislation and how it applies to our workplace and in depth knowledge of NIC’s responsibilities to both our employees and our clients.

This qualification goes alongside the IOSH Managing Safely certificate, which all our contracts managers and supervisors hold, and reinforces our dedication in maintaining our exemplary health and safety record. You can be assured when dealing with NIC that you are dealing with some of the highest trained individuals in the asbestos removal industry.

If you'd like more information about this news item please contact Sarah Costello at NIC

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