NBE BLOG

Column Update

By Column Editor, Carole Johnson Here is a reminder to our fantastic membership that very soon the FIRST digital column will be available to you all. Column is National Back Exchange's quarterly journal and (as far as I know!) the only journal dedicated to people manual handling in the UK. You will be emailed a link to the new microsite dedicated to column very soon. There you will find news, and articles relevant to Manual Handling Advisers.The new style journal will be available as a flipbook ...
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NBE update - July 2020

As you will all be aware the Covid-19 pandemic has had a substantial impact on the economy in the UK. Many businesses, public sectors and individual members have been significantly affected, NBE is no exception.After an extensive review of the Association's financial position, and exploring all possible options, it is with great regret, that we have had to make the difficult decision to implement redundancy for our Admin team, Pat and Sarah.We would like to take this opportunity thank Pat and Sa...
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Supporting your NBE, Supporting Moving & Handling

by Membership Secretary Pam Sherliker  I am privileged to be part of the current Executive of National Back Exchange; an Organisation which exists to develop, disseminate and promote evidence-based best practice and whose vision is for Excellence in all aspects of Moving and Handling. The aims of the Organisation have never been more relevant and the professionalism and resourcefulness of its membership more necessary than at present. In 'unprecedented times' there is a temptation to reduce...
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Sarah Thornton - My NBE Exec Story

I wanted to reach out to our members to share my NBE exec story, in the hope that I may inspire existing NBE members to nominate themselves for a position, to ensure the organisation continues providing support to the moving and handling community for many years to come.  Each year all standing members of the Executive Committee are required to retire from their positions so all posts on the Executive Committee then become vacant for nominations from the membership body. Anyone&nb...
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Nicky Sharpe - My NBE Exec Story

Each year all standing members of the Executive Committee are required to retire from their positions. All posts on the Executive Committee then become vacant for nominations from the membership body. All persons who hold active membership at both the time of nomination and the time of election are eligible for a position on the Executive. As I reach the end of the maximum 6 years I can serve on the exec, I wanted to reach out to our members to share my NBE exec story, in the hope that I ma...
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