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Wenham, D.G., “Health and Safety in Further Education: Why should it be managed?”, Journal of Further and Higher Education (1994) 18(2) pp94-101.
Wenham, D.G., “Training and Competence for Health and Safety”, Health and Safety Officers Handbook 1995, 2-3, (1994) Millbank Publications.
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Wenham, D.G., “The trials of supervising”, Chemistry in Britain 31 October 1995 777.
Wenham, D.G., “Post incorporation: Health and Safety Management in Colleges”, Journal of Further and Higher Education (1996) 20(1) pp93-99.
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Qualifications and memberships
Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Physiology and Biochemistry (1975) University of Southampton.
Master of Science in Forensic Science (1976) University of Strathclyde.
Doctor of Philosophy in Microbial Biochemistry (1979) University of Birmingham.
Postgraduate Diploma in Occupational Safety and Hygiene (1980) University of Aston.
Advanced Diploma in Education Management (1987) Open University.
Certificate of Competence in Workplace Noise Assessment (1991) Institute of Acoustics/University of Liverpool.
Diploma in Law of Tort (1996) Wolverhampton University.
University Certificated Expert Witness in both Criminal and Civil Law (2018) Cardiff University/Bond Solon.
Member Royal Society of Chemistry/ Chartered Chemist (1983 – 2019);
Chartered Fellow of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (1998 -2022), (Member since 1990);
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (2007 -);
Member of the Health and Safety Lawyers Association (2017 -).