NEBOSH course attendees with British Safety Council

As part of the British safety councils eligibility to provide NEBOSH training the students need to visit live construction sites.

At Fulham Reach we are currently providing this service to the British Safety Council (BSC) to enable them to continue providing this training in Hammersmith.

We also allowed the British safety Council to film six volunteers who gave up their time to contribute to a BSC initiative on mental health.

The construction workers were filmed giving their answers to the following questions.

  • What pressures do face as a construction worker?
  • What pressures do you face away from work?
  • Why are people reluctant to talk about mental health?

The film will be incorporated into the BSC “Start the conversation”, a 45 minute session which aims to get people thinking about mental health.

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