Henroy P. Scarlett, DrPH, MPH, BHSc (Hons), REHS/RS is a tenured lecturer of environmental health at the University of the West Indies, Mona Faculty of Medical Sciences. He is the president of the Jamaica Occupational Health Professionals’ Association and a member of the National Environmental Health Association of the US. His research interests are asbestos, food safety, vector control, workplace violence, water quality, disaster management and infectious diseases. He has published ten papers in peer-reviewed international journals. He is the local course director for an annual summer graduate course on infectious disease surveillance and control held at the University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica in collaboration with the Sparkman Center at University of Alabama at Birmingham and San Diego State University. He has supervised the research projects of over fifty graduate students of public health and occupational health. He has served as a consultant to the Food and Agriculture Organization and other agencies in Jamaica. He has taught environmental health and disaster management to medical undergraduate students and at the graduate level he has taught courses in environmental health, occupational health, global health, disaster management, and research methods.