Does National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health (NEBOSH) certification expire?

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Does National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health (NEBOSH) certification expire?

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National Examination Board in Occupation Safety and Health (NEBOSH) certification does not expire. There are more advanced NEBOSH qualifications but they must be completed within five years of obtaining the introductory certificate, or it becomes necessary to re-take unit IGC1 to relearn the fundamentals of the course. The course material includes three units (IGC1, GC2, GC3) and teaches skills in health and safety management, risk assessment, accident investigation, hazard control, and health and safety policy. Courses are available worldwide both online and in-person; in-person courses run for ten days, while online courses have more flexible schedules. A final exam tests students on the three units. Exams are offered four times a year in March, July, September, and December and are available through local testing centers. By obtaining NEBOSH certification, one of the most requested qualifications by employers, you will prove to be an asset in the health and safety field.

For more information on occupation healthy and safety certification, check out this article: Occupation Health and Safety Certificate Programs and Courses

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