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Salisbury Based Company set to Deliver the NEBOSH Certificate in Environmental Management

Salisbury Based Company set to Deliver the NEBOSH Certificate in Environmental Management


05 Sep, 2019

From the spring of 2020 Dorset Health and Safety Limited, an ELCAS approved training provider based in Wiltshire will be delivering the NEBOSH Certificate in Environmental Management.

Course Overview

This is a globally recognised qualification and has been designed for those who have Environmental Management responsibilities, for anyone wishing to have a career in this area or for those that are seeking to reinforce the contents of their current CV. 

What Does the Couse Cover?

The qualification covers the practical issues of managing environmental risk. The syllabus takes a risk management approach, based around best practice and international industry standards, including:

  • Environmental Management Systems and aspect identification
  • Sources and use of energy and energy efficiency 
  • Control of pollution
  • Planning for and dealing with environmental emergencies.

Learners will learn how to carry out an environmental review of the workplace and prepare a report to management regarding the review with recommendations for improvement.

The NEBOSH Certificate in Environmental Management consists of two units, each separately assessed:

EC1: Management and control of environmental hazards 

EC2: Environmental practical application

No previous environmental management knowledge is required. Learners should note that the assessment includes a requirement to write a short report.

How Can I book a Place on the Course?

To book a place, or to ask about our other ELCAS accredited Health and Safety Training Courses, contact Stuart at:

Tel: 07841 023522



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