To register with the NEA as an Environmental Control Coordinator (ECC), you’ll first need to understand
i) What the Environmental Public Health Act is and what the roles of ECCs are.
ii) The different factors which may cause an environment to be unsanitary.
iii) How to ensure the cleanliness and safety of an environment.
Learning outcome #1
Learner is able to describe the importance and objectives of the Environmental Public Health Act (EPHA) in relation to improving environmental sanitation in Singapore
Learning outcome #2
Learner is able to identify roles and responsibilities of an Environmental Control Coordinator (ECC) in accordance with NEA regulations.
Learning outcome #3
Learner is able to define Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)
Learning outcome #4
Learner is able to list of common infectious diseases that could be spread due to lack of robust environmental sanitation regime.
Learning outcome #5
Learner is able to define the steps on cleaning and disinfection as recommended by NEA cleaning guidelines and WSQ standards.
Learning outcome #6
Learner is able to identify types of common pests found in specified premises
All our trainers are certified and have years of industry experience. They are also approachable and supportive of the learners.