We are committed to protecting the health, safety, and wellbeing of all employees, delegates, and visitors across the entire organisation. We focus on minimising risks and raising awareness about health and safety for our employees.
We conduct our business based on compliance with applicable anti-corruption laws and regulations, integrity, and high ethical standards. We reduce the risk of corruption by working actively to ensure that our employees have the right knowledge and skills.
RelyOn Nutec continuously identifies, prevents or mitigates its risks of adverse impacts on the core principles for sustainability.
We are committed to reducing the environmental footprint of our operations through efficient use of resources and continuous focus on reducing our energy consumption and CO2 emissions. We operate our business with respect for human and labour rights everywhere and expect the same from our business partners.
Relyon Nutec and SACS Group Form a Strategic Partnership
RelyOn Nutec is delighted to announce the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with SACS GroupArticle 2. June 2023
Thomson Bridge: Innovating Electrical Safety Training for the Energy Industry
Introducing Thomson Bridge, our global electrical safety training partner.Article 23. May 2023
RelyOn Nutec Partner With TAC Healthcare to Offer Specialist Occupational Health Services
We’re delighted to announce that we’ve entered into a partnership with TAC Healthcare to deliver occupational healthcare services to RelyOn customers across the UK.Article 17. May 2023
Securing the Future of Wind Energy: Insights from Wind Europe 2023 on Cybersecurity in the Digital Era
In this article, we will explore some of the key takeaways from RelyOn Nutec's experience at the 2023 Wind Europe conference and what they mean for the future of wind energy, especially when it comes to digitizing the energy sector.Article 10. May 2023
RelyOn Nutec and Clyde Marine Training Limited Sign a Strategic Global Partnership
The RelyOn Nutec Group is delighted to announce the signing of a strategic global partnership agreement with Clyde Marine Training Limited (CMT).Article 10. May 2023
Safety as One: Why the Uk’s Energy Transition Needs a Holistic Overhaul of Training
By Bob Donnelly, UK Managing Director at RelyOn NutecArticle 10. May 2023
Article 8. May 2023