The “Environmental Management and Safe Use of chemical Waste Executive ” applies to employees of Private or Public Sector companies that perform chemical activities and manage chemical waste. He/she is able to identify the effects of the chemical industry on the environment resulting from these activities, knowing the relevant concepts and key environmental protection legislation. He/she also has the basic knowledge of chemical waste management and knows the methods of cleaning up contaminated premises. He/she is able to identify potential risks related to the use of chemical waste or workplace specifications and always performs the tasks assigned to him/her in a safety-conscious manner and in accordance with regulations.
Requirements for taking the certification test:
- University graduate
- High School Graduation certificate of all types – Training in an IEK (one or two years) in related subjects (e.g., Pollution Control and Anti-Pollution Facilities Technician, Chemical Facilities Technician) and six months of practical training
- High School Graduation certificate of all types – Seminar education and training – 1 year minimum of work experience in the field of work
- High School Graduation certificate of all types, Continuing Professional Training on the subject of at least 40 hours and 1 year of work experience
- Gymnasium Graduation certificate of all types – Seminar education and training – 2 years minimum work experience in the field of work
- Primary school graduation certificate – Continuing professional training – 3,5 years minimum of work experience in the field of work
- Continuing Professional Training on the subject of at least 40 hours and 4 years of relevant work experience
* In this sub-scheme, is given the possibility to the candidate to be evaluated either in Greek or in English. In case the candidate chooses to be examined in the English language, it is recommended that his/her level of knowledge in English is at least B1 (moderate knowledge).