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Green World Group | 18th Aug 2016

How to clear NEBOSH exams! Critical tips to improve your chance

If passing the NEBOSH exam is your top priority, then you should first understand the syllabus clearly and make stride to go through each and every topic deeply before registering for the sitting. Otherwise, you may end up in disappointment of not clearing the coveted exam. In other words, if you are not planned and well-prepared for the NEBOSH exam, the exam result may not be enthralling.

You may have a higher qualification than NEBOSH or you may be a highly experienced safety expert, but securing the required percentage to get NEBOSH certification needs determination, continuous and quality study, clear understanding of concepts and ability to reproduce your understanding in the correct way to impress the NEBOSH board.

As NEBOSH is one of the top institutions offering safety courses which are highly appreciated by employers all over the world, passing NEBOSH and becoming NEBOSH certified HSE professional is highly critical for one’s career enhancement.

In fact if one follows certain rules, clearing NEBOSH courses will be as easier as any other exam. Top most priority should be given to studying well and not getting carried away with the knowledge and work experience. Students should understand the questions clearly before answering every question. This is important, as even if you know the answer, if you understand the question wrongly, you would lose critical marks.

NEBOSH experts want to check your understanding level. For example, when you answer a question for 8 marks, write adequate points to tell them that you have the required knowledge. But at the same time, don’t repeat sentences which have more or less the same meaning in an effort to fill up pages. As far as possible write different points which are highly critical to the question you are attempting. Also, you will lose marks if your answers lack enough depth.

It is also important to get the help of informed HSE experts to clear NEBOSH exam. Quality training is very critical for you to pass the NEBOSH exams in the first attempt itself. There are quite a few good NEBOSH training institutes available near you and you should choose the best among the lot.

Green World Group is one of the best well known and highly acclaimed international NEBOSH institutes where students get high-class training and support for all NEBOSH courses by experienced faculty. Having enviable pass percentage, Green World Group has been training students for NEBOSH examinations through their branches spread across the nations.

With good support from highly trained tutors, proper guidance to attempt questions and well researched reading material, one can pass, what is termed as ‘the toughest exam’, easily. So, prepare well and then register for NEBOSH exam for sure shot success.

Webmaster | 25th Jun 2016


About NEBOSH ? (A small peep into HISTORY) Courtesy:

A question that is usually raised by students and people who are not into safety field ?

NEBOSH (The National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health) was formed in 1979 as an independent examining board and awarding board with charitable status. NEBOSH offers a wide range of globally – recognized, vocational – related qualifications throughout the world. Annually approximately 30,000 candidates are offered various NEBOSH qualifications by over 500 course providers providing facility to write the exam in almost 100 countries.

In Britain 1979 for the first time the Interim NEB (National Safety Examinations Board) opened its door in Leicester. Professor Richard Booth took up his position as founding chairman of NEBOSH.

The first NEBOSH Associate Level and Member level examinations took place in June 1980. There were total of 5 papers for the exam.
• Law
• Behavioral Science
• Techniques of Safety Management
• Occupational Health & Hygiene
• General Science

The first NEBOSH exam results are released in August 1980. In 1980’s Interim NEB changed its name to NEBOSH (Nebosh Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health).

In October 1981 NEBOSH grows to next level. Membership of NEBOSH now comprises of Chairman; IOSH Board members; IMSO Board Members; Representatives of teaching establishments; Members of government departments; ROSPA Board Member.

In June 1982 140 people registered for their NEBOSH Ordinary level certificate and 84 for the Higher level certificate. In February 1987 NEBOSH agree plan to introduce new qualifications structure, including a Diploma and Certificate.

In April 1989 NEBOSH Board issues their objectives – “To improve the quality & quantity of people with vocational qualifications in Occupational Safety and Health.”

In June 1989 NEBOSH introduces color coding system for their exams. In January 1990 there were only two staffs working at NEBOSH. In May 1991 NEBOSH begins to formally separate itself from IOSH, with its first Memorandum and Articles of Association. By this time 7 staff were working for NEBOSH.

In April 1992 NEBOSH registers as a charity with charity Commission with a total of 9 staffs. In June 1992 Martin Shuttleworth becomes NEBOSH’s fist Chief Executive.

In September 1992 Martin Shuttleworth, NEBOSH Chief Executive takes his National General Certificate. He is taught by present-day NEBOSH Chief Executive Teresa Budworth, who worked for Ajax Health & Safety at the time.

In December 1992 NEBOSH Specialist Environmental Diploma is launched and on June 1993 Construction Certificate was launched and exams were held.

One of the most prestigious course for NEBOSH is NEBOSH Diploma and in June 1998 First exam for the NEBOSH Diploma Part 1 takes place. In June 1999 NEBOSH Diploma Part 2 takes place.

In October 2000 The Qualifications and Curriculum Authority (QCA) accredit NEBOSH as an awarding body. In September 2001 Dolores Lavander of West Midlands Fire Service (WMFS) becomes the 50,000th NEBOSH examination candidate. In March 2006 Teresa Budworth is appointed as NEBOSH Chief Executive.

In January 2009 NEBOSH International Diploma was launched at Intersec Dubai. Two months later the NEBOSH Environmental Certificate is launched. In September 2011 Sean Minnican, a 26 year old Mechanical Engineer from Cumbria, becomes the 150,000th person to gain a NEBOSH National General Certificate in Occupational Heath and Safety. Further to this NEBOSH launched International Fire Certificate, NEBOSH International General Certificate in Arabic etc.

As a registered charity, NEBOSH have made a commitment to working with other charitable organizations in promoting health and safety, particularly through education and training. This is the core value which is embedded in their Memorandum of Association, which states:
“ The objects of NEBOSH shall be preservation of health by the promotion of high standards of health, safety and environmental protection at work in particular, but no exclusively, through study and competence in risk management”.

NEBOSH courses are delivered through accredited course provider’s world wide who are selected through a rigorous audit process by Accreditation Department. Green World Group having accreditation number 733 is one of the accredited course provider who are responsible for delivering NEBOSH qualifications to prospective students. Green World Group officially launched its training department on 2005 in Middle East and are no having 18 offices in 6 different countries and still expanding to other areas. Green World Group currently offers NEBOSH International General Certificate, NEBOSH International Technical Certificate in Oil and Gas Operational Safety, NEBOSH International Certificate in Fire Safety & Risk Management. NEBOSH International Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety and NEBOSH Health and Safety at Work Qualification.


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