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Life coach aims to boost health and safety skills

14th October 2013 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

A former GMTV life coach is using his behavioural knowledge to motivate training providers throughout Britain.

Pete Cohen has worked on a number of TV shows and is now taking part in a roadshow, aiming to boost health and safety practices for companies throughout the country.

The Institution of Safety and Health (IOSH) hopes the assistance will get people interested in training, while educating them on how they can achieve their own goals.

"Behaviour is so important- it’s the basis of how you live your life. If you become more flexible in your approach and change your behaviour, you can be more dynamic and get better results," Mr Cohen explained.

He hopes to encourage businesses to invest more in health and safety training, while delivering tips on how to earn management buy-ins.

Mr Cohen is aiming to take companies' training skills to the next level, allowing organisations to compete more effectively for clients.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801649013-ADNFCR


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