q Effective communication within EHS

q        Building an EHS business case

q        Safety leadership

q        Direct manager alignment

q       Developing critical relationships within the leadership team

q       Developing safety culture

q       Effective risk assessment analysis

q       Emergency response planning

q      Controlling risks from a distance

q       Leading / lagging indicators

q       Safety behaviour

q Effective root cause analysis and sustainment

q Choosing the right EHS candidate

q Transition from EHS specialist to EHS manager

q Build a better EHS program

q Transitioning EHS into operations


q Managing the perception of you

q Importance of an annual strategy workshop review

q Balance of proactive, reactive, plus day-to-day activities

q Moving strategy to action.

q Visual management tools

q Blending technical and leadership competence

q Spreading accountability

q Managing auditors and local authorities such as HSA / EPA

q Build a strong EHS team

q Importance of strong enablers into your EHS programs

q EHS program annual review content

q Validating external consultants / trainer’s competence

q Ability to deliver Training Facilitating / Training Instruction

q Winning / Losing in EHS indications

q KPI`s, goals, targets

q Personal development

EHS (Environment, Health & Safety)Training



Staff and Managers

Skill Level




EHS stands for Environment, Health & Safety. Environment is the natural world around you and in thcontext of compliance, the “E” of EHS indicates the regulations that are designed to protect the environment. The “S” refers to regulations intended to protect the safety of employees on worksites and the “H” is the health of employees. Often H and S are merged together and regulated by the same agency, whereas, the E is regulated by a specific environmental agency. 

In the corporate world, companies often have an EHS department that focuses on environmental, health and safety compliance. Jobs that fall within this department are typically Environment, Health & Safety Specialists or other similar titles. There may be EHS managers placed at different facilities around the globe and these managers may report up to a high-level EHS Director. 

Completing this course will help you:

Learning Path

The trainee will be encouraged to hold stand up meetings are a great way to improve the communication between your internal health and safety team. These short meetings can be held weekly, and if necessary daily and are used to update the team on current work and take care of any small decisions

2 Min read to complete

The trainee should Strengthen  Create Effective Employee Engagement Programs, Provide Immediate Positive Feedback and more. 

2 Min read to complete

The trainee will be taught how to conduct risk assessment analysis that will reduce errors within the work place. 

+ 2 Min read to complete

The trainee will learn what the role of an EHS manager is, an EHS manager is responsible for: work ranges from promoting good work practices to complying with environmental regulations. Knowing more about the job of an environmental health and safety manager.

2 Min read to complete

The trainee will need to understand their own behaviour and how it effects their work, ask for feedback amongst others that will be shown in great detail. 

2 Min read to complete

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