The British Safety Council was created several decades ago to help make the British workplace safer than it was back then. In the intervening years it has done an outstanding job of making this a reality. If you have heard of the 1974 Health and Safety at Work Act, you may be interested to know it came about in part due to the hard work put in by the founder of the BSC.
Health and safety in the workplace is something we should all be aware of. No one expects to go to work and be injured in any way. The British Safety Council has led the field in making big strides to ensure the workplace is as safe as it can possibly be. It provides a series of courses including IOSH, IEMA and NEBOSH courses that help people learn what they need to know to stay safe.
Can everyone stay safe while at work?
It’s reassuring to know there is a large, well-known and responsible organisation such as the British Safety Council looking out for our needs and safety while we are working. However it would be unrealistic to assume that no one would ever be injured or involved in any kind of accident at work again.
Outstanding quality courses such as the ones offered by the British Safety Council go a long way towards reducing the numbers, but potential hazards can still arise, creating dangers for you if you are in the wrong place at the wrong time. Accidents will always have the potential to occur given the right (or in this case the wrong) circumstances.
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Category: Health and safety at work