edge, initiating environmental health standards and practices that have been influential, if not precedent setting for the rest of the country.
What does EHS stand for?
EHS stands for Environmental Health Standard(s)
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
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We have 220 other meanings of EHS in our Acronym Attic
- Engelbreth-Holm-Swarm (mouse sarcoma)
- Enhanced Halt State (computing)
- Enhanced HOSC Systems
- Enhanced Surveillance
- Enloe High School (North Carolina)
- Ennis High School (Texas)
- Environment and Heritage Service (UK)
- Environmental Health and Safety
- Environmental Health Services
- Environmental Health Specialist
- Environmental Health Surveillance (various locations)
- Environmental Health System/Subsystem
- Environmental Horticultural Science (various schools)
- Environmentally Harmful Subsidies (EU)
- Environnement, Hygiène et Sécurité (French: Environment, Health and Safety)
- Erection Hardness Scale
- Esbjerg Handelsskole (Esbjerg, Denmark business academy)
- Escambia High School (Pensacola, FL)
- Escanaba High School (Escanaba, Michigan)
- Escondido High School (California)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Highlighting adherence to occupational and environmental health standards is, he says, "a great opportunity.
Violations of environmental health standards are exacerbated by the proximity of the Al Maskba factory adjacent to the school which produces gases and toxic substances.
THE EUROPEAN Commission has launched five European Union (EU)-funded food-related research projects, all of which should help raise environmental health standards.
NSF also certifies drinking water treatment units and bottled water as meeting public health safety and environmental health standards.
gov/nceh/vsp: * Inspection and corrective-action reports describe deficiencies in environmental health standards aboard cruise ships as defined in the VSP Operations Manual.
The establishment of safety codes and means for enforcing occupational and environmental health standards that protect workers and communities was a concern that resonated throughout the conference.
The restaurant was not an immediate threat to the public, but the practices were far from acceptable according to environmental health standards.