HSE have published Occupational Health Provision on the Olympic Park and Athletes’ Village, the second in a series of research reports relating to health and safety on the London 2012 construction project.
Michael Matheson MSP, Scotland’s Minister for Public Health, addressed the last day of the REHIS Annual Conference in Edinburgh yesterday. The Minister’s address was supportive of the work of the Institute and of the contribution that Environmental Health Officers make to the protection and improvement of public health in Scotland. Mr Matheson also welcomed the Institute’s ongoing review of the education, training and qualification of Environmental Health Officers in Scotland.
Lord Jeff Rooker, Chair of the Board of the Food Standards Agency, will address the REHIS Annual Conference on the afternoon of Wednesday 18 April. Lord Rooker ‘s address will, in the main, cover the Agency’s Review of Official Controls Delivery in the UK.
The Scottish Government has published the Scudamore review of future arrangements to secure food standards and safety in Scotland. The report is available at http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2012/04/6141/0 .
The report makes recommendations on the operation of the Food Standards Agency in Scotland and for the operation of the meat hygiene function.
REHIS Introductory, Elementary and the Intermediate Food Hygiene Courses by e learning are now available.
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