This endorsed handbook is directly aligned to the NEBOSH Certificate in Environmental Management, with each element of the syllabus explained in detail.
Environmental pressures have been increasing on businesses over many years. New legislation has forced companies to look at their impact on the environment through such issues as use of resources, emissions, energy use, transport and waste management. Accidents such as the recent pollution incident by BP in the Gulf of Mexico grab the attention of the media and bring it into the public domain. In addition to its focus on the NEBOSH course, this book covers all of the essential elements managers will need to understand correct environmental health and safety management, including the broad legal framework, risk assessment and pointers to relevant standards.
Brian Waters has 15 years’ experience in the water supply industry, and 13 years of experience in senior management roles with the National Rivers Authority and the Environment Agency. He has subsequently worked in training and consultancy, giving him a wealth of experience in this area.
Foundations in environmental management, Environmental management systems, Environmental impact assessments, Control of emissions to air, Control of contamination of water sources, Control of waste and land use, Sources and use of energy and energy efficiency, Control of environmental noise, Planning for and dealing with environmental emergencies, The examination for the NEBOSH Certificate in Environmental Management, APPENDIX 1 Units of measurement used in environmental management, APPENDIX 2 Background briefing to some of the scientific terminology used in the text, APPENDIX 3 Some examples of environmental management in practice