Armed Forces Covenant
Mike Adams, RISKs’ Managing Director outside the Union Jack Club London
The Armed Forces Covenant is a pledge that acknowledges and understands that those who serve or who have served in the armed forces, and their families, should be treated with fairness and respect in the communities, economy and society they serve with their lives.
RISK proudly supporting those who serve
RISK, a health & safety training organisation based in Shirebrook, Derbyshire and has a high percentage of trainers who are ex-forces, is proud to sign up to the Armed Forces Covenant. RISK & Safety Management Services Ltd run NEBOSH courses, SMSTS training courses across the country at venues supporting serving and ex-service personnel.
How RISK support ex-service personnel
The covenant supports serving personnel, service leavers, veterans, and their families and is fulfilled by the different groups that have committed to making a difference.
“RISK are an ELCAS registered centre (No 1879) and deliver ELCAS Courses and training to help equip ex-service personnel with career skills to develop as a health and safety professional. Many of our trainers understand the journey from serving your country to working on civvy street first hand. This is why RISK are popular with ex-service personnel and I’m keen that we are proactive in helping anyone leaving the military make a successful transition to a new career in health and safety.”
Mike Adams MBE
RISK & Safety Management Services Ltd
RISK have a passion for Health and Safety, and key members of the management team are ex-military, so they understand the transition from the forces to civvy street. Whether you are currently in the Armed Forces and are planning your future civilian career - or you have already served and are looking for qualifications to start a new career - RISK offer a variety of ELCAS approved health and safety training courses for military personnel. Helping you 'get the recognition you deserve' by developing your skills and confidence to gain employment once you've left the military.