Like many industries, health and safety seeks to recruit degree level personnel, but once you’re in the job that’s when the learning really starts. Some degrees may be more beneficial, such as law or sociology, but mostly the degree you’ve earned shows your ability to learn new skills. To become a qualified health and safety adviser, you can either study for qualifications, such as a NEBOSH General Certificate whilst you are working, or take training courses which tend to be more subject specific such as the FPA CO5 in fire risk assessment.
Priority 1 are dedicated to providing great quality service and can only do this by having great staff. Training and on the job experience is the key, so we commit effort time and finances to ensure both new starters, and our exiting team, get the training and guidance they need to be industry leaders.