www.HealthSafetyNews.co.uk welcomes guest bloggers who would like to share their original health, safety, environment or training posts.
You can include up to three links within the text of your post.
The post should be on one or more of the following topics:
- Occupational safety and health
- Occupational health
- Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
- Health and safety training / e-learning
- Human resources
- Fire prevention
- Occupational ill-health
- Competency (for health, safety and environment professionals)
- Environmental protection
- Work-related stress
- Neurolinguistic programming (NLP) [in relation to safety training]
- Chemical safety
- Bullying in the workplace
- Risk asessment
The article should contain at least 500 words, must be your own original work and must not have been published anywhere else previously. If you republish the article elsewhere in future, it must link to www.HealthSafetyNews.co.uk stating that this is where it was first published.
The article must be to a high standard, in good English, with a suitable professional style to be considered for publication.
Your article may be edited following submission but this will only be small changes to improve the flow of the text or help it fit in with the rest of the site - any major changes will be discussed with you before publishing.
Terms and conditions of submitting a guest article to www.HealthSafetyNews.co.uk:
- All views/opinions expressed in guest articles will be solely those of the author/writer and NOT of HealthSafetyNews.co.uk
- The author/writer shall be responsible for any factual errors in his/her article
- HealthSafetyNews.co.uk retains all rights to promote the guest article in any way it deems fit including announcing them in its own advertisements or on social networking sites
- HealthSafetyNews.co.uk retains the right to refuse any submitted article
- The author/writer will ensure that he/she has complied with all copyright issues pertaining to his/her article, for text, photographs, graphics and any other, before submitting it to HealthSafetyNews.co.uk - ultimate responsibility in copyright violations shall lie only with the author/writer and not with HealthSafetyNews.co.uk
- HealthSafetyNews.co.uk retains the right to delete the article, without notice, at any time
- Links included within the text of the article will have the attribute rel="nofollow" to avoid any manipulation of search engine results