Syllabus – Environment Health Safety & Risk Management

Syllabus – Environment Health Safety & Risk Management

Environment Health Safety & Risk Management
  • Environment Health & Safety
  • Environment Assessment, sampling & Monitoring
  • International control of hazardous agents in the workplace
  • Principles of chemical control, toxicology and epidemiology
  • Hazardous substances and other chemicals – assessment of risk
  • Hazardous chemicals – engineering controls and personal protective
  • Monitoring and measuring
  • Biological agents/ Physical agents
  • Psycho-social agents
  • Musculoskeletal risks and controls
  • Work environment risks and controls
  • Managing occupational health
  • Safety Management and Communication
  • Discover the Proven Safety Communication Framework
  • International workplace and work equipment safety
  • Risk Management and Control
  • Risk Assessment and Safety Management
  • Value & Risk Management
  • Project Management Theory and Practice
  • Human Factors in the Design and Evaluation of Control Rooms
  • Fire Safety, Explosions and Process Safety
  • Environmental Impact Assessment
  • Learning from Disasters
  • Fundamentals of Health and Safety Engineering
  • Environmental Planning and Management 
  • Environmental Technology for Sustainable Development
  • Environmental Technology and Engineering 
  • Safety Management in Chemical, Petrochemical and Petroleum Industry
  • Safety in Industries like textiles, pharma, engineering, construction and many more
  • Waste Water & Sludge Treatment & Disposal Management
  • Assessment and control of dust hazards at a workplace
  • ISO 14001:2004
  • Occupational Health & Management
  • HIRA
  • HAZOCHEM
  • OHSAS standards
  • National Standards
  • Integration of HSE
  • Accident Incident Investigation
  • Legal Req. in Environment Health & Safety
  • International management of health and safety
  • Principles of health and safety management
  • Loss causation and incident investigation
  • Measuring and reviewing health and safety performance
  • Identifying hazards, assessing and evaluating risks
  • Risk Control
  • Organisational factors
  • Regulating health and safety

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Certificate 3 Months- 22000/- INR & Fees for International Candidates – 450$ USD

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FT PG Diploma 4 Months – 36000/- INR & Fees for International Candidates – 750$ USD

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Disclaimer: This course details are for the purpose of awareness about the program and career opportunities.

The exact information on course structure may vary from this information.

Frequently Asked Questions

Environmental safety and health management involve systematic planning, implementation, and monitoring of policies and procedures to ensure the well-being of individuals, the protection of the environment, and compliance with safety regulations.

Health safety and environmental risks refer to potential dangers and threats to the well-being of individuals, the environment, and property. These risks can include exposure to hazardous substances, unsafe working conditions, environmental pollution, and incidents that may cause harm to people or ecosystems.

Risk management in environmental health involves identifying, assessing, and prioritizing potential risks to human health and the environment. It includes developing strategies to mitigate or eliminate these risks. 

Examples of environmental safety practices include proper disposal and recycling of hazardous waste materials, pollution prevention measures to reduce air, water, and soil contamination, conservation of natural resources and biodiversity, implementation of sustainable practices in manufacturing and production, and more. 

An environment, health, and safety (EHS) audit is a systematic examination of an organization’s policies, procedures, and practices related to environmental, health, and safety management. The audit assesses compliance with regulations, identifies areas for improvement, and ensures that the organization is meeting its commitments to protect the health of employees, the community, and the environment. 

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