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Health and Safety
Health and Safety
In their quest to safeguard the working population, today’s health and safety professionals take a proactive, preventative approach to problems such as injury, accidents and equipment failure. Perhaps you have what it takes to join them in this important mission?
Health and safety in the Construction Industry
Health and safety in the Construction Industry
With a remit to protect the working population, today’s health and safety professionals take a proactive, preventative approach to problems such as injury, accidents and equipment failure. Their role is of paramount importance in many industries – but perhaps none more so than construction, where risks are particularly high. Perhaps you have what it takes to join them on-site? In the case studies that follow this feature we focus on the stories of ex-Service people who did just that.
Healthcare
Healthcare
The healthcare sector, public and private, offers a huge range of career opportunities. When the time comes for resettlement, you may well find you already have sought-after skills. But, to really make sure your prospects are in the pink, now’s the time to start getting some appropriate qualifications under your belt.
Horology
Horology
The Army invented the wristwatch. Well, pretty much. By the time of WWI, the military badly needed a timekeeping device that was clear, accurate and immediately accessible, while keeping both hands free. A pocket watch adapted for a wrist strap was ideal, and so the wristwatch was born. It evolved from there and continues to evolve today as a feat of technical engineering that is also a desirable accessory for both men and women. Surely, then, horology – the study of clocks and watches – is a promising field for mechanically minded ex-Service people.
Human Resources
Human Resources
Personnel choice? When you make the leap to the civilian workplace, maybe human resources could be the career for you