In this three-day course you will learn how the international Waste Management world works, how to design and implement a Waste Plan, how to define required facilities and the role of the other stakeholders in this process.
In many countries, slips, trips and falls are the most common causes of workplace injury, causing on average as much as 40% of all reported major injuries. The outcome from such events can range from minor injuries such as a strain or sprain, to loss of life...
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NFPA 101 / 99 Life Safety / Health Care Facilities Code
Based on NFPA 99, Health Care Facilities Code, this training shows you how to locate, interpret, and correctly apply the requirements found within NFPA 99, Health Care Facilities Code.
11th Annual HSE Excellence Europe
We link business, leadership, HSE and environmental topics in a mixture of theoretical keynotes, practical examples, case studies and motivational speeches. Whether you are interested in speaking, attending or sponsoring, you will gain valuable insights and contacts.
2nd Annual Kingdom Waste Management & Recycling - Post show Report
2nd Annual Kingdom Waste Management & Recycling, 26 – 27 April 2016 | SOFITEL Al Khobar the Corniche, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
The Magnitude of Waste Generation in the Middle East
Do you know, the waste generated in 2015 was 94 million metric tonnes and expected to cross 120 million tonnes PA by 2020? Read the following infographic to know more about the magnitude of waste generated in the Middle East.
The ultimate guide to attending a conference (and making the most of it)
Are you also excited about the imminent end of summer, fewer hours of sunshine and increased workload ahead? Let's not kid ourselves; we are definitely going to miss the lazy days of summer and a more carefree atmosphere at work.