In these days of 'Climate Emergency', many businesses are looking to reduce any negative impacts that they may have on the environment. But how does it work in practice?
Astutis clearly acknowledges the importance of health and safety by being a RoSPA Member. RoSPA is working diligently with its members to ensure that employees can return home safely to your families at the end of each day.
We are told that sometimes, safety procedures on construction sites can feel like an added burden. In some cases, they feel like a tick box exercise, with thoughts such as ‘it couldn't happen to me, I'm streetwise, and I know this site like the back of my hand. I won't be caught out'. However, all too often, we read stories about incidents that make us sit up and think differently.
Everyone should go home healthy from work, and we can all do the right thing by protecting the health of our colleagues in the workplace.
What’s the best way to prove training is effective? We believe it’s from hearing first-hand from the people who experience it and apply it to their day-to-day lives.
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Unless you've been living under a rock for the past few years, you'll probably have noticed the growing trend towards recycling and environmental awareness.
Luckily there are lots of different ways to help your company to get involved and become more Earth Friendly. Read on to take a look at a few easy ways to implement ideas below:
Have you taken on more environmental responsibilities in your job and need to develop your knowledge and skills? The IEMA Foundation Certificate in Environmental Management is the ideal course to upskill yourself and develop a career in sustainability. The next question you may have is, how can I study this course? This post will go through the different study methods of classroom learning and online learning and the benefits of each option. With this knowledge you can weigh up the learning methods and decide what is best for you.
The extreme heatwaves and wildfires wreaking havoc around the globe are "the face of climate change," declared many leading climate scientists, with the impacts of global warming now "playing out in real-time."