There has been an instant positive reaction from Scottish companies and councils in response to the launch of the 2013 Green Apple Environment Awards for Scotland. Launched only a couple of weeks ago, businesses of all types and sizes are submitting their entries to win one of the top environmental accolades in Scotland.
There are individual categories for every type of business, so everyone has a chance of success. AND IT’S FREE!
Have you entered yet? There is no entry fee and your company can win…
Awareness course for Local Authority Environmental Health Officers
The April 2013 edition of the REHIS e-Newsletter 'News for Public Health Professionals' has been uploaded to this website and is accessible from a dedicated public access portal to the right of this news item.
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The Institute will run a series of roadshows across Scotland this year to highlight its role in improving and protecting public health in Scotland and to promote the new requirements for the education, professional practice and examination of Student/Graduate Trainee Environmental Health Officers. The roadshows will be presented in Aberdeen (with video conferencing links to Inverness, Stornoway, Kirkwall, Elgin and Lerwick), Dundee, Dumfries and Stirling on separate dates in May and June. The roadshows are member-only events. The Aberdeen and Stirling events will be presen