The Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH) has been at the forefront of environmental and public health for over 130 years.

Our market-leading qualifications help organisations and employees in a variety of sectors in over 50 countries.

Over 10 million people around the world hold a CIEH qualification.

Our clients range from small businesses to multinational corporations such as Walmart and the InterContinental Hotels Group. We work with governmental bodies in the UK, Hong Kong and China as well as the United Nations.

The CIEH also works with the World Health Organisation (WHO) to help shape the global health agenda and support work on reducing the effects of climate change on populations.

The protection of key elements of our environment is important for human health. The ability to breathe clean air, to have a wholesome supply of drinking water and to be protected against the harmful effects of things like waste and noise are fundamental to our well-being.

The CIEH provides vocational training solutions in risk-based sectors such as manufacturing, food handling, construction and environmental protection. Training courses for employees include food safety, health and safety, first aid, environmental management and fire safety.

The CIEH represents over 10,000 environmental health professionals working in government and business worldwide. CIEH membership allows you to ensure your voice is heard, and help us work with authorities to set best practice policies for public health.

Uniquely, all of our profits are channelled back into our charity arm to fund research and policy development in the pursuit of advancing public and environmental health worldwide.


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