Training for EH&S Field Specialists

While some jobs may be filled by an individual with an Associate’s degree in environment health science or safety, most environment, health & safety field specialists have a Bachelor’s degree in Occupational Health and Safety, Environmental Chemistry, Environmental Health, Industrial Engineering, Industrial Ecology, Biology, Safety Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Environmental Science, or a related discipline such as safety, occupational health, industrial hygiene, toxicology and biological sciences.

In the alternative, a number of years of direct and active work experience in the safety field may be acceptable as a degree substitute. EH&S field specialists may also be required to complete some moderate on-the-job training from time to time to keep them informed on existing and new environmental, health, and safety regulations.

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