Our QHSSE Training, Software and Technical courses / services are approved by both local and international awarding bodies, OSH professional institutions and regulatory agencies such as IOSH, OGSC, ABIOSH, DPR, ISPON, OGTAN and LSSC.
Safety is not an intellectual exercise to keep us in work. It is a matter of life and death. It is the sum of our contributions to safety management that determines whether the people we work with live or die.- Sir Brian Appleton
Kevron Consulting Limited (KCL) is a Quality, Health, Safety, Security Environmental (QHSSE) consultancy and Training Company offering services to clients anywhere in the world covering: Strategic Safety Management, Asset Safety Management, Project Safety Management, Research and Publications, Manpower Recruitment, Security Services, Procurement and QHSSE Training.
The lecture delivery was professional delivered with direct examples and teaching aids. course content was job specific and actually met my training needs as an HSE Coordinator on an FPSO
The course is very rich in content and the training was elaborate amd specific and I give the examiner 100%. this was a function of the instructor's experience and I look forward to having other OGSC training in the future
My Training at KCL was topnotch, the instructors are vast in knowledge, well spoken, full of clarity and experience. Indeed the training was worthwhile.
We believe integrity is the foundation of our individual and corporate actions that drives an organization of which we are proud.
We are fully committed and dedicated to our customers. You can count on us and on our products and services. With efficiency and discipline, we give our best to deliver consistent top quality products and services, and meet customer demands. We do what we say. We fulfill expectations and keep promises.
We acknowledge and respect differences in each other, and provide a safe, supportive environment in which all individuals and staff are valued, and encouraged to engage in open two-way communication.
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