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World Ocean Day 2017


We are living in a blue planet where two-thirds of the surface is capped by oceans. Ocean is the biggest habitat of countless number of microorganisms, fishes, plants, sea birds and other marine organisms. Ocean renders innumerable natural resources ranging from seafood, crude oils, natural gases, minerals, up to energy through tidal waves. Ocean is the crucial platform for transportation, source of recreation for humans and act as climate buffer. In respect to the profoundness of ocean, World Ocean Day is being celebrated every year with all colors.

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World Ocean Day is the official UN designated International Day that is celebrated worldwide by all the people, Environmentalists, Fisher folk, and especially by the communities of aquariums and Oil industries. Every year Ocean day is planned by the organization known as, Ocean Project; they focus on ocean conservation in partnership with aquariums, zoos, museums and educational organizations around the world and to address the challenges for the health of ocean to the world.

The special thing about ocean day is that all the events are coordinated by the World Oceans Day Youth Advisory Council, which is a group of 11 young people from different countries. To be proud, Nehara Pandey, a 14 year old school girl from Goa is the part of this youth council. The purpose of involving youth in such event is to empower young people to become as leaders at an early age. This council is being instrumental in making new perspectives, ideas and recommendations for developing this global event. They organize the youth all cross the globe for ocean day and work for ocean conservation throughout the year.

Theme for World Oceans Day 2017: Our Oceans, Our Future

This theme has been devised with the focus of encouraging solutions for plastic pollution and to prevent marine litter for a clean ocean, and subsequently provide good future to the ocean and humans as well. Presently, ocean has become as litter by throwing plastic bags, bottles, and other garbage which causes deterioration to the sea lives. The 80% of the trash comes into the ocean from the dry land. Recent Surveys alarm us that around 1 million seabirds are affected in a year because of plastic debris. Many marine birds, sea turtles and marine mammals ingest plastics into the body as food and then it causes blocks in their digestive system.

“People protect what they love”

The youth advisory council with the support of ‘UN environment’s clean seas campaign’ has decided to connect people to concern about plastic trash into the ocean and to bring awareness about the plastic pollution by all modes of communication.

At the same time, Ocean is also facing threats from oil industries. Subsea Blow out in the Deep-water Horizon Drilling Rigs accounts for oil spills in the seabed which could take up to 3 months to remove the spillage. Oil tanker collisions lead to an average of 10% of marine oil pollution in a year which impact on the marine habitats.

Periodic Safety auditing in the offshore oil industries prevents such kind of incidents in the ocean and thereby decreasing the ocean pollution and conserves millions of ocean habitats and organisms. Safety professionals play a supreme role in the protection of oceans. They are pursuing their efforts to keep our oceans clean and safe.

World Earth Day


UNESCO has chosen the most required theme for the 22nd April 2017 World Earth Day as “Climate Literacy and Environment”.  Earth is one of the precious natures’ gift for living beings to survive and decorate the life.

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  • Are we protecting the earth?
  • Are we conserving water?
  • Do we plant enough trees?
  • Don’t we pollute the environment?
  • Do we endure the weather?

If the answer is yes, we are worth living in the planet, if not we have to seriously contemplate and action on this. Environmental practitioners, HSE specialists and other relevant authorities from national and international bodies involved in raising awareness to protect the environment. Dr Abdul Kalam strongly emphasized for planting trees to have sufficient water for future generation.

Drastic drought, hurricanes, cyclones, Tsunamis, earthquakes and change in monsoon are due to the pollution happened across land, water and air. Heat stroke, heat wave and heat stress are unusual due to ecological modification. This give raise to various diseases and affect the healthy survival of human beings to living things in land, water and air.

It is acceptable that many multi-national companies, governmental and non-governmental organisations come forward in various eco-friendly activities. ‘Swachh Bharat Abhiyan – Clean India Movement is an excellent initiation from the government in 2014. However the implementation is the major challenge as it is the responsibility of every individual to protect the mother earth for healthy and safe living.

People or organisation involved in deforestation, pesticides, hazardous chemical spillage in land and water have spoilt the environmental cycle results in major life threat and existence of the planet. Audit, inspection and review from relevant authorities with strong enforcement of penalties, punishment will protect the country and planet from further impairment.

This is the right time to take an oath to protect the ‘Mother Earth’ where we can implement as individual, schools, colleges, organisations and public to support the UNESCO initiatives for such wonderful cause.

Nebosh course and location table by NIST

February 10, 2014 Leave a comment

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Chennai

Old No. 532/ 3&4,
New No. 574/ 3&4, 2nd Floor,
(Opp to Anna Arivalayam)
Anna Salai, Teynampet,
Chennai – 600018.
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Cochin / Kochi

IV/283 H, 2nd Floor,
Chakkappan Square,
Parutheli Palam Junction
Pukkattupady Road, Edappally Toll, Cochin, Kerala – 682 024
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Bangalore

No-39, Third Floor, VBC Towers, C.M.H Road, Indiranagar, Bangalore – 38.  nebosh-chart-nist
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Hyderabad

Flat no.203, 3rd Floor, Almas Plaza, No.10-3-304/7/203,
Humayun Nagar,
Reliance Fresh Building(Near NMDC Bus Stop),
Hyderabad – 500 028
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Vizag / Visakhapatnam

Door No. 47-10-13/14,
3rd Floor, Rednam Plaza,
(Opp to Pollocks School)
Dwarakanagar, 2nd Lane,
Vizag – 530016
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Mumbai

No. 30, 5th Floor, Bhavani Building, Andheri-Ghatkoper Link road, Opp to Solidaire park, Chakala, Andheri East, Mumbai – 400 099  nebosh-chart-nist
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Pune

Snehal Classique, 2nd Floor,
A – Wing, No:6, Shivaji Nagar,
Pune – 05.
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Kolkata

#314-B, Karnani Mansion,
No.25-A, Park Street,
Kolkata – 700 016
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Delhi

D-131, 1 st floor, Mohammadpur,
Behind Bhikaji cama place,
New Delhi-110066.
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Food Safety – Why should I do it?Product Safety is a High Priority for all Manufacturers

September 13, 2013 Leave a comment

NIST food safety course trains individuals in food protection practices to ensure the safety of the served food in any food unit. NIST works on establishingproduct safety as it should be every manufacturer’s first importance.Ensuring the safety of the products and maintaining the confidence of consumers is the single most important goal of the food industry. Product safety is the basis of consumer trust, and all food industry dedicateshuge resources to ensure that the food is safe.

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NIST food safety team works to ensure that consumers continue to have access to safe, quality and affordable products through consulting, auditing, training and by providing UK certification.We have a distinctiveapproach when it comes to product safety.

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