The Environmental Management Revision Guide: For the NEBOSH Certificate in Environmental Management is the perfect revision aid for students preparing to take their NEBOSH Certificate in Environmental Management. As well as being a handy companion volume to Brian Waters’ NEBOSH-endorsed textbook Introduction to Environmental Management, it will also serve as a useful aide-memoire for those in environmental management roles. The book aims to:
- Provide practical revision guidance and strategies for students
- Highlight the key information for each learning outcome of the current NEBOSH syllabus
- Give students opportunities to test their knowledge based on NEBOSH style questions and additional exercises
- Provide details of guidance documents publically available that students will be able to refer to.
The revision guide is fully aligned to the current NEBOSH syllabus, providing complete coverage in bite-sized chunks, helping students to learn and memorise the most important topics. Throughout the book, the guide refers back to the Introduction to Environmental Management, helping students to consolidate their learning.
Table of Contents
Study and revision skills
Element 1: Foundations in environmental management
Element 2: Environmental management systems
Element 3: Environmental impact assessments
Element 4: Control of emissions to air
Element 5: Control of contamination of water sources
Element 6: Control of waste and land use
Element 7: Sources and use of energy and energy efficiency
Element 8: Control of environmental noise
Element 9: Planning for, and dealing with, environmental emergencies
Revision Questions & Answers
Jonathan Backhouseis a chartered health and safety practitioner, qualified teacher and author. Since becoming self-employed in 2002 he has gained a vast amount of consultancy and training experience (working in the UK, Europe, Africa, the Middle East and the USA) within all aspects of health and safety, including fire safety, first aid, food hygiene and environmental management.
His qualifications include a Master of Arts in Professional Practice, in the context of Education, and a Master of Research in Occupational Health, Safety and Environmental Management.