The NEBOSH National Diploma in Environmental Management has been designed for those with responsibilities for the management of environmental risk or aiming to develop and implement effective environmental management systems within their organisations.
Benefits of holding the NEBOSH Environmental Diploma include:
• Entitlement to Specialist membership (SIIRSM) of the International Institute of Risk and Safety Management (IIRSM).
• Meeting the academic requirements for non-chartered Membership of the CIWEM (MCIWEM)
• Allows the use of the letters ‘EnvDipNEBOSH’ after your name.
What you will study?
Unit NEC1: Management and Control of Environmental Hazards
What you will study Unit ED1 – Management of Environmental Risk
Principles of Environmental Risk Management
Environmental Risk Evaluation
Water Resources Management
Monitoring, Review and Audit
Developments in Environmental Legislation
Public Access to Environmental Information
Environmental Legislative Framework and Methods of Enforcement
Energy Use and Efficiency
Control of Environmental Nuisance
Control Strategies for Environmental Risk
Gaseous and Particulate Releases to Atmosphere
Civil Liability in Relation to Environmental Pollution
Environmental Implications of Development and Land Use
Unit ED2 – Workplace-Based Practical Application
The completion of a work-based project. Recommended hours of study: 190 hours
Unit ICC2: International Construction Practical Application
The completion of a health and safety assessment of a construction workplace and report to management. Recommended hours of study: 160 hours
Unit ED1 is assessed by a 3-hour examination and Unit ED2 a project consisting of an environmental audit.