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NEBOSH Courses at GCS Training

NEBOSH General Certificate in Occupational Safety and Health is suitable for managers, supervisors and employees in all industry sectors with responsibility and or a keen interest in health and safety in the workplace. Still only £995 vat exempt

NEBOSH Level 3 Certificate in Fire Safety and Risk Management

NEW NEBOSH FIRE COURSE , INTRODUCTORY COST OF ONLY  £495 EXEMPT FROM VAT  Fire Legislation puts the onus on employers to assess and respond to fire safety risks and to appoint one or more competent persons to assist in the process. The NEBOSH Certificate in Fire Safety and Risk management will help organisations to meet their responsibilities under this legislation.  This qualification is suitablle for managers and supervisory staff who need to ensure that their organisation meets its responsibilities under fire safety legislation. This qualification should equip holders to carry out fire risk assessments of most low risk workplaces and identify the range of fire protective and preventive measures required. It is therefore also suitable for people moving into fire adviser roles. 
The NEBOSH National Certificate in Environmental Management will benefit learners who are seeking to gain a formal qualification in Environmental Management.
NEBOSH certificates are suitable for managers, supervisors and employees in all industry sectors with responsibility and or a keen interest in construction health and safety.

GCS Training is a part of Gower College Swansea

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