Various reports and guides published by RRC over recent years including the ever popular HSE Joke Book and a variety of useful safety resources.
The first two can be downloaded from this page. Others are accessible for free by registering with RRC.
HSE Joke Book
Described by many as 'not at all funny’ or ‘almost made me smile', this is a compilation of some of the same old jokes (the old ones are the best, after all) and some brand-new ones too.
Guide to Health and Safety Training
A positive health and safety culture comes from a sound knowledge base, which in turn is the result of effective training. But with increasing training options available, there are even more ways to make the wrong choice, waste time and money and end up with qualifications that are not suited to your individual needs.
By looking at the current issues and trends, the legal requirements and the different qualifications and options available, the RRC Guide to Health and Safety Training aims to steer you through the pitfalls of selecting a reliable, respected training provider. It helps you to choose what training is best for you and/or your staff and ensures that you identify the best ways to obtain it.
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Introduction to Health and Safety in the Oil and Gas Industry
The NEBOSH Certificate in Oil and Gas Operational Safety is a highly technical qualification, and RRC’s Introduction to the course provides the perfect primer for students about to begin working towards it. For those with experience in the industry but no detailed knowledge of health and safety, it sets out in simple terms all of the key principles and information necessary to get up to speed. It also outlines how oil and gas are extracted and processed, using easily understood diagrams to explain complicated topics such as drilling, refining and storage. This allows students without technical knowledge of the industry to go into the course fully prepared, with the best possible chance of success.
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Health and Safety in Transport and Logistics - RRC's Roundtable Report
The transport and logistics industry probably doesn’t spring to mind when considering high risk sectors; yet in 2007/08, transport, storage and communication had the highest rate of over-3-day injuries of any main industry group (1245.8 per 100,000 employers). With these issues in mind, RRC Training hosted a roundtable forum event, attended by delegates who hold key health and safety positions within the industry, with the aim of getting under the skin of what is driving health and safety policy and practice in this sector.
The Transport and Logistics Industry Roundtable Report highlights the discussion points and conclusions of the debate as well as being informative and valuable reading for anyone within the transport, logistics and health and safety industries.
Health and Safety in the Construction Industry - RRC's Roundtable Report
In the past 10 years, health and safety in the construction sector has grown from being a sideline issue that was not taken too seriously, to a high profile concern. With the industry facing more changes and challenges than ever before in terms of health and safety, RRC thought it would be valuable to invite a number of health and safety managers and directors from some of the UK's top construction companies to discuss the issues affecting the industry today.
The Construction Roundtable Report highlights the discussion points and conclusions of the debate, as well as being informative and valuable reading for anyone within the construction and health and safety industry.
Managing Safety Survey
The Health and Safety Executive's 'Simplification Plan' is committed to making legislation easier to understand and apply, with the hope of securing stronger compliance from businesses as a result. The aim is to provide clearer and simpler advice and information.
RRC Training commissioned an independent research agency to conduct a survey on “Managing Safety” amongst H&S managers, the results of which are illuminating and will have implications for managers, directors, CEOs and anyone with responsibility for health and safety and personnel.