Health & Safety Statistics

24% of work related illness or injury is caused by incorrect lifting or carrying.

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IOSH Working Safely

Health & Safety Statistics

Falls from height account for nearly three in ten (29%) fatal
injuries to workers (RIDDOR)

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Occupational Health and Safety NVQ Level 3 / NVQ Level 5

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Health & Safety Statistics

The most common kinds of accident are caused by slips and trips (28%).

Recommended Training Course

Occupational Health and Safety NVQ Level 3 / NVQ Level 5

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Working Days Lost To Illness and Injury

28.2 million working days are lost in the UK due to work-related illness and workplace injury.

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IOSH Working Safely

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New Broom Training Health and Safety Training and Consultancy

From Health and Safety Training Courses to Assessor and Verifier Training and Health and Safety Consultancy New Broom Training provide a range of professional, accredited training courses.

Who are our courses designed for?

Our training courses are designed for companies as well as individuals who are seeking to build upon their own personal development and are ideal for anyone looking to either begin a new role or to grow and formalise their knowledge and understanding. Each course is recognised by the relevant awarding bodies including IOSH, NEBOSH, IIRSM and QCDA.

Latest Articles

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Press Releases March/April 2016

This month we will be looking at some of the Health and Safety press releases published on the HSE website. From fairground ride operator to solar panel specialists to a demolition contractor. These cases highlight the importance of health and safety […]

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Electrical Safety

Electricity is part of our everyday life and as such we can often forget just how dangerous it is. Electricity can kill or cause severe injuries to people. Non-fatal shocks can result in falls from height leading to severe injury. Poor or faulty electrical installations can cause fires leading to deaths and injuries. Electrical safety […]

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Working At Height

The HSE say “Working at height is to work in any place where, if there were no precautions in place, a person could fall a distance liable to cause personal injury (for example a fall through a fragile roof)“. Falls from height is one of the biggest causes of workplace fatalities and major injuries. In […]

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My current position is Health and Safety advisor for Bryen and Langley. My job entails the provision of safety support to Bryen & Langley’s Projects; develop and encourage best practice management principles, procedures and cultures to reduce the safety, health and environment risks to all persons affected by construction activities.

Vitalis Ndeda

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Brett Walker, NVQ level 3 – Occupational Health & Safety

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