OSHA general industry standards on walking-working surfaces to prevent and reduce workplace slips, trips, and falls, as well as other injuries and fatalities associated with walking-working surface hazards, become effective next week.
This post is relevant for anyone who is studying the NEBOSH General Certificate 2014 spec and not the new 2018 spec. If you are a studying the new 2018 NEBOSH General Certificate, this blog post is not relevant to you. Visit the new NEBOSH General Certificate - NEW Risk Assessment Practical Key Facts Part 1 for guidance.
I’ve decided to write this guide on recognising and avoiding common downfalls having marked a large number of NEBOSH Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety GC3 Practicals and realising a number of learners fall at the same hurdles. The information is not a standalone guide to completing the GC3 practical, but more of a combination of tips and tricks to be used in conjunction with the guidance provided by your course provider.
All accidents have financial costs associated with them, broken down into two main categories
- Insured and