REHS/RS Study References

REHS/RS Study Guide (Fourth  Edition), 2014, NEHABelow is a list of study references that are recommended to assist the candidate in preparing for the REHS/RS examination. Some references are available for purchase through the NEHA online Bookstore.

REHS/RS Study Guide (Fourth  Edition)

This study guide has been revised and updated to reflect changes and advancements in technologies and theories in the environmental health and protection field. This essential reference is intended to help you prepare for the NEHA Registered Environmental Health Specialist/Registered Sanitarian (REHS/RS) Credential.

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Publication Information:
REHS/RS Study Guide (Fourth Edition)
National Environmental Health Association (2014)
248 pages, paperback.


Individual References

1.    REHS/RS Study Guide (Fourth  Edition), 2014, NEHA. 

2.    Handbook of Environmental Health, Volumes 1 and 2 (Fourth Edition), 2003, H. Koren and M. Bisesi

3.   Environmental Engineering, 3-Volume Set (Sixth Edition), 2009, N.L. Nemerow, F.J. Agardy, P. Sullivan, and J.A. Salvato (editors)

4.    Control of Communicable Diseases Manual (20th Edition), 2015, D.L. Heymann (Editor), American Public Health Association

5.    Environmental Health (Third Edition), 2003, M.T. Morgan

6.    Basic Environmental Health, 2001, A. Yassi, T. Kjellstrom, T. de Kok, and T.L. Guidotti

7.    Disaster Field Manual for Environmental Health Specialists, 2012, California Association of Environmental Health Administrators

8.    Environmental Law Handbook (22nd Edition), 2014, Bernan Press

9.    Essential Epidemiology: Principles and Applications, 2002, W. Oleckno

10. Pool & Spa Operator™ Handbook, 2014, National Swimming Pool Foundation

11. Emergency Public Health: Preparedness and Response, 2011, G.B. Kapur and J.P. Smith

12. Principles of Food Sanitation (Fifth Edition), 2006, N.G. Marriott and R.B. Gravani

13. 2009 and 2013 Model Food Codes, Food and Drug Administration

14. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention – National Environmental Public Health Tracking