EHS may mean:

  • Electromagnetic hypersensitivity, also called electrical sensitivity (ES) and electrosensitivity
  • Electronic Hook Switch, a device electronically connects headset and phone. Thus user can answer call from headset without touching the phone
  • Emergency Hospital Service (Scotland) (1939-45), a forerunner of the Scottish National Health Service
  • Emergency Health Services, a division of the Department of Health in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia
  • Enhanced Surveillance mode of a transponder (aviation)
  • Environment, Health and Safety, a common abbreviation for a corporate or administrative division
  • European Home Systems Protocol, a home appliances control and communication standard
  • Exploding head syndrome, a rare medical condition

In schools: EHS (high schools)

Other articles related to "ehs":

Mc Wane - Environmental and Safety Issues - Commitment To Safety and Environment
... spent over $300 million on environmental protection and health and safety (EHS), and implemented a centralised EHS management system to detect ... McWane updated its Ethics and Compliance Policy and created a training and educational program for EHS and management skills ... incentive program for managers based upon EHS performance, an appropriate range of disciplinary actions for noncompliance, along with a confidential, 24-hour phone line for ...
Elkins High School (West Virginia) - Academics
... The teachers and administration at EHS promote and reward students for academics and attendance ... EHS offers both basic courses and a variety of Advanced Placement courses and Dual Credit courses ... Students who attend EHS also have the opportunity to take Vocational classes at the connected Randolph Technical Center (RTC) and College courses ...
Emergency Health Services
... Emergency Health Services (also EHS) is an agency of the Department of Health in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia ... service in Nova Scotia is contracted by EHS to EMC Emergency Medical Care Inc ... EHS is responsible for administering Nova Scotia's pre-hospital emergency health services, which is delivered by EMC through 150 ground ambulances and their support facilities, one helicopter and one ...
EHS 4D Group - Corporate History
... EHS 4D Group was founded 22 years ago as Evans Hunt Scott a specialist in direct marketing ... In 2002, Brann Worldwide merged with Evans Hunt Scott to form EHS Brann and in 2005, EHS Brann merged with Euro RSCG digital specialist Euro RSCG Interaction ... In early 2010 EHS Brann became EHS 4D Group, displaying an even higher level of integration between EHS and the Euro RSCG Worldwide network ...