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EHOs help combat organised crime

Regulation

EHOs help combat organised crime

Stuart Spear04/03/2015 - 12.00

Manchester EHOs have been involved in joint operations with Greater Manchester Police in a ‘week of action’ against organised crime targeting known criminal operations.

Environmental health cuts announced

Regulation

Environmental health cuts announced

Tom Wall04/03/2015 - 13:00

Environmental health services across the country are facing more cutbacks as cash strapped councils set even tighter budgets.

M&S ‘slashes campylobacter rates’

Food Safety

M&S ‘slashes campylobacter rates’

Stuart Spear04/03/2015 - 12.00

The retail chain Marks & Spencer drives down campylobacter rates on its raw chickens following the implementation of a five-point prevention plan. 

Government slated over poor air quality

Environmental Protection

Government slated over poor air quality

Stuart Spear04/03/2015 - 12.00

Environment Audit Committee chair, Joan Walley MP, slates government’s failure to address poor air quality despite claiming as many lives as smoking.  

Royal Mail employee suffers chemical burns

Health and Safety

Royal Mail employee suffers chemical burns

Stuart Spear04/03/2015 - 12.00

Royal Mail fined £40,000 for health and safety breaches after employee suffers severe chemical burns to his legs while cleaning vehicles.

Austerity and public health in Greece

Public Health

Austerity and public health in Greece

Charitini Stavropoulou04/03/2015 - 13:00

Four years of austerity has left health workers in Greece struggling to contain a growing humanitarian crisis.

EHO catches out owner running filthy takeaway

Food Safety

EHO catches out owner running filthy takeaway

Tom Wall04/03/2015 - 13:00

A Bolton EHO discovered a food tech graduate was selling food from a rat infested takeaway by pretending to be a customer making an order.

FSA urged to maintain EHP standards

Food Safety

FSA urged to maintain EHP standards

Corin Williams18/02/2015 - 14:00

The CIEH has called on the Food Standards Agency not to weaken the qualifications required by council officers to inspect and regulate food businesses.

BRDO resolves four-year council dispute

Regulation

BRDO resolves four-year council dispute

Stuart Spear18/02/2015 - 12.00

The Better Regulation Delivery Office has published its first ever primary authority determination to settle a dispute between two local authorities. 

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Mobile Homes: Policy and Practice

Tuesday 10 March - Bristol

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Odour Study Day

Tuesday 10 March - Bedfordshire

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Understanding and applying HHSRS

Tuesday 10 March - Manchester

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Introducing the Basics of Statutory Nuisance(2)

Wednesday 11 March - London

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