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Environment, Health and Safety (EHS)+ Center

Guangdong and Jiangsu provinces have contributed greatly to the economic miracle created by China. Their average annual GDP growth rate is 11% and 12% respectively. It is the engine of China’s economic development, but at the same time, the two provinces are also facing energy shortages. The problem of environmental degradation.

In 2010, the Chinese government set ambitious standards for energy use and energy intensity, while also strengthening the development of environmental, health and safety standards. However, due to the large number of factories, especially small and medium-sized enterprises, the degree of development is uneven. Guangdong and Jiangsu provinces are facing tremendous pressure on the environment, health and safety management of factories, and the supply chain of multinational companies is also Faced with huge challenges.

To help Chinese SMEs establish and improve their environmental, health and safety systems, ISC has partnered with top universities in China to establish environmental, health and safety (EHS) centers in Guangdong and Jiangsu, respectively, to foster manufacturing in China. A large number of high-quality, professional EHS managers. In 2008, ISC collaborated with Lingnan College of Sun Yat-sen University to establish the Center for Environmental, Health and Safety Management Research and Development of Lingnan College of Sun Yat-Sen University. The center is located at Lingnan College of Zhongshan University in Guangdong Province. This is the first time for a well-known Chinese and American company. Experts work together to focus on building the world – a stream of independent, EHS training institutions with Chinese characteristics. Through three years of hard work, the center’s work has been widely praised. Based on this, in 2011, ISC cooperated with the Environmental College of Nanjing University to establish the Nanjing University-ISC Center for Environment, Health and Safety. The center is located in Suzhou, a major industrial town in Jiangsu Province. ISC strives to improve the development of industrial enterprises in the Pearl River Delta and the Yangtze River Delta region through the efforts of the two EHS centers, and to create a good platform for the sustainable development of Chinese enterprises.

Through systematic and scientific course training, in addition to mastering professional EHS skills, students can also learn about international advanced EHS management models and concepts, help companies to align with national environmental regulations; reduce work interruption caused by work injuries; reduce energy consumption, At the same time reduce emissions of greenhouse gases and toxic gases. These initiatives will help companies improve employee productivity and product quality, reduce operating costs, reduce accident risk, enhance their competitive advantage in the international market, and reduce corporate risk.

The EHS Center is not only dedicated to helping EHS professional managers to upgrade their professional skills, but also to focus on developing their leadership and management skills, enabling them to make a positive shift in the industry. A high-level team of full-time trainers at home and abroad will supervise the R&D and design of the course and guide the construction of the EHS Center.

The courses of EHS Center mainly include 66 courses of EHS, energy and greenhouse gases. The modules of each module can be divided into three stages: basic course, advanced course and advanced course according to difficulty level. In addition, the EHS Center can develop customized courses based on each class based on the needs of customers to meet their actual needs. For more information or to enroll in a course, please contact us at the following website or by email.

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Steven Zeng, staff
Lei (Steven) Zeng
China Country Director
Brent Habig, staff
Brent Habig
VP, International Programs

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