What is an EHS Specialist?
An EHS Specialist plays a specific role in safeguarding the well-being of employees and the environment within a workplace. They are experts in conducting risk assessments, creating safety procedures, and training employees on best practices.
Qualifications and skills generally needed to be an EHS Specialist?
A bachelor's degree in environmental science, occupational health, or a related field is generally required. This educational foundation equips EHS Specialists with the necessary knowledge to address environmental, health, and safety concerns effectively.
Practical experience in implementing safety protocols and conducting incident investigations.
Up to date on regulatory changes within the industry, including being well-versed in current environmental, health, and safety laws.
Why Apply with Shirley Parsons?
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