NEBOSH Open Book Examination: What should you know?

NEBOSH Open Book Examination: What should you know? As we all are facing a Covid-19 pandemic, NEBOSH has introduced an Open Book Examination for those who are preparing for National General Certificate (NGC) and International General Certificate (IGC). NG1, IG1, NGC1 and IGC1 units will be covered in this examination mode. This exam mode is introduced to replace the invigilated paper-based examination for unit 1 of NGC and IGC and also to keep learners safe. There are some important things that you should know before appearing in open book examination: What is an open book examination? An open book examination [...]

NEBOSH Open Book Examination: What should you know?2020-07-01T13:43:16+00:00

Know about Hazards and Hazard identification

Workplace Hazards: Types and identification What is Hazard? Anything capable of causing harm or damage to people, property, environment in any possible way, is called Hazard. Workplace Hazards Most people think about only big factories and construction site with heavy equipment and chemical materials when they hear the phrase “workplace hazards.” But hazards can be found in office buildings, in movie theater, in restaurant and in shopping mall as well. When discussing workplace safety, there can be hundreds of different hazards that are present and must be planned for. Minimizing the number and severity of hazardous event in a facility will help to [...]

Know about Hazards and Hazard identification2020-07-02T06:48:49+00:00

Novel Corona virus Disease (COVID-19) – All you need to know

Novel Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) - All you need to know Introduction Novel Corona Virus Disease commonly known as COVID-19 is a contagious disease caused by the virus “Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Corona virus 2 (SARS-CoV-2)”. The name of this virus is chosen because it is genetically related to another old corona virus Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Virus (SARS) which was responsible for the SARS outbreak of 2003. It emerged from bat-borne virus. Pangolin (an animal reservoir) is also thought to be involved in its introduction to humans. SARS-CoV-2 is the seventh corona virus known to infect humans.   Origin and Transmission [...]

Novel Corona virus Disease (COVID-19) – All you need to know2020-07-03T08:24:05+00:00

How to Create a Risk Assessment for NEBOSH IGC IG2 ?

How to Create a Risk Assessment for NEBOSH IGC IG2 ? NEBOSH International general certificate (IGC) is one of the most reputed and demanding course in Occupational Health and Safety field. This course is designed for Employers, Managers, Supervisors or anyone with health and safety responsibilities. NEBOSH IGC exam is divided into two parts: IG1 IG2 To know the full details of course content and how it is different from previous IGC pattern, you can refer to my previous blog- https://www.cosmicsafety.org/how-nebosh-igc-new-pattern-oct-2018-different-from-old-pattern/ Risk Assessment is the part of IG2 which is a practical exam. In this blog I am going to discuss [...]

How to Create a Risk Assessment for NEBOSH IGC IG2 ?2020-07-03T12:09:04+00:00

How “NEBOSH IGC” New pattern Oct. 2018 different from Old pattern?

NEBOSH has redeveloped the popular "International General Certificate (IGC)" with the feedback of 3000 learning partners worldwide. The New pattern IGC is now based on more practical knowledge and trustworthy more than ever before. The new pattern IGC is more focused on "Risk Assessment". Lets have a look in major changes: Previously the IGC syllabus is divided into 3 units. Unit IGC1 is further divided into five elements and Unit GC2 into eight elements. And Now with new syllabus IGC is divided in only 2 units IG1 & IG2. Unit IG1 assessment done by 4 elements namely: 1) Why we should [...]

How “NEBOSH IGC” New pattern Oct. 2018 different from Old pattern?2020-07-03T12:12:42+00:00

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