Environment, Health, & Safety Associate (EHSA)


The qualified environment, health, and safety associate (EHSA) has knowledge of the technology and scientific principles used to evaluate, protect, manage, and enhance the health and safety of people and the environment.

EHSAs must have a multi-disciplinary understanding of:

  • occupational and environmental health and safety hazards and risks
  • environmental aspects and impacts
  • sustainability
  • concepts relating to regulatory and voluntary standards and
  • risk mitigation

EHSAs must have a total of 4 years of a combination of education and experience. This could include academic or continuing education course equivalents in EHS-related topics or EHS experience.

Review EHSA Blueprint here