Associations & Accreditations

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Occupational Safety and Health Consultants Register, OSHCR was originally established to respond to the Governments Common Sense, Common Safety Report which recommended that all Health and Safety consultants should be accredited to a professional body and a web-based directory.

The OSHCR allows you to search for a consultant by a variety of different methods such as region or topic, thus allowing you to find someone who will be able to provide information and advice specifically tailored to the needs of not only you but of your business as well.

You can find us on the OSHCR Register here.

 

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The Institute of Fire Safety Managers, IFSM, is made up of not only respected individuals but also respected companies who all share the same objective which is to raise awareness of fire safety on a local, national and international level.

There aim to reduce the risk of fire as far as possible by giving their members updates and news on a broad range of subjects to ensure that the members are fully aware of occurrences or changes and enable them to stay at the forefront of the fire profession industry.

IFSM Website

 

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The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health, IOSH, are the only chartered body for health and safety professionals in the world and have accumulated more than 40,000 members from a range of around 100 countries.

Their aim is to work with different organisations and raise awareness and standards, developing training for businesses and schools as well as running relevant campaigns. They do this so that the world of work can be made safe, healthy and sustainable and achieve this through providing high standard throughout the profession.

IOSH Website

 

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The GB Group is based in Leicestershire and is made up of 10 like-minded individual SME business owners, senior managers, and talented businessmen and women. Each of these members specialises in different areas and have the skills necessary in that area and have proven track records to go with them as well.

The main aim of the GB Group is to help out business not-for-profit organisations and help them achieve their goals for the future through a range of business support and knowledge for those organisations that wish to receive it.

The GB Group Website