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ISSL Has Trained a Total of 5,005 People in Waste Management and Dangerous Goods

So far this year, Independent Safety Services Limited has trained 349 people in correct waste management and dangerous goods practices. A total of 195 were trained in February alone. This comes after the most delegates were trained in a single year in 2015 with a total of 1,434....

Document on the Disposal of Pharmaceutical Waste from Specialist Pharmacy Service, NHS England

Independent Safety Services Limited (ISSL) has recently uploaded a document from The Specialist Pharmacy Service, a service provided by NHS England, onto its website so that anyone can have access to this information. The document, titled “Principles on the Disposal of Waste...

IATA Dangerous Goods Re-Validation Success

Yesterday (29th February) Will Jones, Lucy Smith, Gary Spooner and Dr. Anne Woolridge all passed exams for the re-validation of their IATA certification (Air Transport of Dangerous Goods). These certifications are valid for two years and allow ISSL’s staff to provide consultancy...

ISSL Has Trained a Total of 4,731 People in Waste Management and Dangerous Goods

Throughout 2015, Independent Safety Services Limited has trained 1,434 people in correct waste management and dangerous goods practices. The busiest month was January with 250 people trained. The last year has also seen the most delegates trained in a single year, beating the...

ISSL Has Provided Training to 4,251 People in Waste Management and Dangerous Goods

Since the start 2015, Independent Safety Services Limited has trained 1,033 people in correct waste management and dangerous goods practices. In total, ISSL has trained 4,251 people since February 2011. Clients include hospitals, primary care trusts, mental health institutions,...

ISSL Has Trained Over 4,000 People in Waste Management and Dangerous Goods

Since the start of the year (2015), Independent Safety Services Limited has trained 832 people in correct waste management and dangerous good practices. In total, ISSL has trained 4,050 people since February 2011. Clients include hospitals, primary care trusts, mental health...
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