Professional Qualification and Occupational Standards

Occupational Standards

Apr.

Environment and Hazardous Substance Management

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Environmental and hazardous substances are problems which effect health society, Society, climate change, and human life. These pollutions are causing death to the people. Environmental problems have intensified nowadays such as PM 2.5 dust problems. The world and Thailand have recognized these environmental resources and environmental management as an important matter.
 
A number of specific environmental issues can impede human health and wellness. These issues include air pollution, hazardous substance, garbage, sewage and climate change. Several countries, including Thailand see the importance of environmental management and administration. Therefore, the personnel who involved in this operation need to have the knowledge and skills in safety and pollution prevention. Occupational standards and professional qualifications s in environment and hazardous substance management are developed to ensure that professionals in this field have the knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform work in compliance with the law and international standards.A number of specific environmental issues can impede human health and wellness. These issues include air pollution, hazardous substance, garbage, sewage and climate change. Several countries, including Thailand see the importance of environmental management and administration. Therefore, the personnel who involved in this operation need to have the knowledge and skills in safety and pollution prevention. Occupational standards and professional qualifications s in environment and hazardous substance management are developed to ensure that professionals in this field have the knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform work in compliance with the law and international standards.

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