Environmental Safety Sitemap
Please find below the sitemap for the environmental safety and protection section of the BCF Group website. Please use the links below to go to a specific page of the website.
If you have any questions or would like to discuss your environmental safety requirements in more detail, please feel free to call us on 0844 800 3295 or send us an online contact form by clicking the "Contact" tab at the top of the page.
Environmental Safety and Protection
- Burning of Waste Materials
- Why do Companies Need Permission to Discharge Waste into the Sewer?
- Temperature of Liquid Waste Discharge
- Correct Disposal of Waste
- Landfill and the Environment
- Incineration of Waste
- Storage and Identification of Waste and Recycling Material
- Company Waste Reduction and Recycling
- Waste Facilities and the Environment
- Screening Waste Water
- Air Pollution Health and Safety
- Air Quality and its Effect Upon Health
- Air Pollution Doesn't Just Impact Health and Safety
- Global Air Pollution
- Ways to Reduce Air Pollution
- Business Fuel Options and the Environment
- Reducing Vehicle Numbers Benefits Health and the Environment
- How are Phone and Internet Conferences Good for the Environment?
- Water and Environmental Training
- Direct and Indirect Water Pollution
- How Can Rain Contribute to Pollution?
- Blocking Watercourses and its Environmental Impact
- Neutralisation of Water to Protect the Environment
- Repairing Leaks, the Environment and Health and Safety
- Water Pollution Prevention for Businesses
- Why Contact the Sewer Provider in the Event of Pollutant Discharge?
- Primary and Secondary Containment for Environmental Health and Safety
- Fossil Fuels and Renewable Energy
- Oil and Natural Gas
- Nuclear Energy
- Wind Power
- Site Suitability for Wind Turbines
- Solar Power
- Hydroelectric Power
- Tidal Power
- Wave Power
- Biodigesters and Organic Waste
- Methane Recovery
- Light Bulbs and the Environment
- How a Simple Action Like Cleaning a Light Bulb Can Help the Environment
- Adjusting Heating and Cooling
- How Interference with Thermostats Can Be Bad for the Environment
- Paint Colours and Light Levels for the Environment
- Energy Conservation for Businesses
- The Advantages of Environmental Health and Safety Training
- Protecting the Public from Environmental Hazards
- Demolition and Environmental Health and Safety
- Pollution Can Be Minor Too
- Health and Safety Dangers from Lawn Mowers
- Deforestation and its Effects upon Health
- Deforestation and Soil Erosion
- The Financial Impact of Environmental Accidents
- Impact of Development on the Environment, Health and Safety
- Accident Investigation for Environmental Incidents
- Targets and Measuring in Environmental Processes
- Analysing Environmental Processes for Products From Beginning to End
- Contamination of Land
- How Smart Meters and Computers are Saving the Environment
- How Can Environmental Controls Also Benefit a Business?
- Environmental Performance and Financial Investment
- Environmental Performance and Competitive Advantage
- Employee Involvement after Environmental Health and Safety Training
- Visual Impact upon the Environment
- Environmental Impact Causing the Loss of Recreation
- Human Environmental Impacts Are Not All Bad
- Different Businesses Need Different Environmental Processes
- Environmental Performance of Suppliers
- What is the Difference Between Environmental Audits and Inspections?
- Why Conduct an Environmental Impact Assessment?
- Environmental Risk Assessments Should Consider All Situations
- Fire Fighting and Environmental Damage
- Environmental Near Misses
- Packaging and the Environment
- Why is More Not Recycled by Businesses?
- Prevention of Leaks and Spillages for Environmental Safety
- Oil Pollution
- Cycle for the Environment & Health and Wellbeing!
- Why Environmental Assessments Start with Documents
- An Environmental Assessment Has Many Stages
- Contaminated Soil Health and Safety Risks
- Why Treating Contaminated Land Will Be Different Each Time
- Why Environmental Breaches Can Be Expensive
- Assessing Environmental Costs and Benefits
- Keep Doors Closed - Good General Environmental Practice
- Reflective Windows for Energy Conservation and Environmental Benefit
- Evaluate Effectiveness of Insulation
- Regular Maintenance and the Environment
- Washing Machines and the Environment
- Why Provide Environmental Training to Employees?
- How Government Initiatives Promote Environmental Responsibility
- Using Training to Instil an Environmental Awareness Culture
- Environmental Safety: Why Devise Emergency Plans?
- How Emergency Plans Can Safeguard the Environment
- Why an Environmental Emergency Plan Can Save Money
- Why Too Much Stock Could Ultimately Be Bad For The Environment
- Substances Might Still Be Dangerous to the Environment
- The NEBOSH Environmental Certificate for Safeguarding Reputation
- Avoiding the Temptation to Clean Up Environmental Hazards as Soon as Possible
- Environmental Health and Safety - Sensitivity of Surroundings
- Choose the Correct Environmental Clean-Up Specialists
- Why Training Like The NEBOSH Environmental Certificate is Needed
- Keep the Details of Environmental Clean-Up Companies Close
- Health and Safety Risks of Cutting Trees
Please see below for some accredited courses and qualifications which you may be interested in:
The National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health (or NEBOSH for short) was formed in 1979 and became the first health and safety awarding body to be accredited by the UK regulatory authorities in October 2000. NEBOSH qualifications, such as the NEBOSH Diploma and NEBOSH Environmental Certificate, are recognised and respected across the globe, with over 25,000 candidates in 65 countries undertaking NEBOSH training every year.
The Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) pride theselves on being the leading body for health and safety professionals, with over 38,000 individual members. As an independent and not-for-profit organisation, they aim to regulate and steer the profession, maintaining standards and providing impartial, authoritative guidance on health and safety issues.
CITB (also known as ConstructionSkills or CSkills) courses are designed to give firms in the construction industry the skills and knowledge that are necessary in order to survive and prosper in today's challenging economic environment, resulting in a safe, professional and fully-qualified UK construction industry.
The CITB course programmes are regularly revised to ensure that the content is relevant to new health and safety legislation and best practice guidelines. Keeping up to date with the latest health and safety developments, along with regular and effective health and safety training, is essential to create a safer and more efficient construction site.