Grease Smoke & Odour Control: Controlling emission from Commercial Cooking Processes
The aim of the training event is to provide professionals/technical officers with an insight into controlling emissions from commercial catering operations. It will provide information on the various techniques and equipment that are available on the market currently to tackle this type of problem. As well as inform delegates about the design of commercial catering ventilation systems.
The REHIS Annual Conference was held at The Glynhill Hotel, Renfrew on 16 and 17 May this year and was judged by participants to have been a great success.
A full report will be included in the forthcoming summer edition of the Institute’s quarterly Journal Environmental Health Scotland .
For presentations and photographs please click on the links below.
Annual Scottish Faculty of Public Health Conference, 7/8 November 2013, Dunblane Hydro Hotel.
The Institute’s Management Committee has agreed to support the participation of one member who has a presentation abstract accepted by the Conference organisers and agreed to pay the registration fee, travel costs and subsistence for that member.
The fifth Annual Environmental Health Review was launched at the Annual Conference in Paisley. Although collated and published by the Institute the review aims to highlight the contribution made to Environmental Health by a wide range of partners working across Scotland.The review is attached for viewing and downloading.
The Spring 2013 edition of Environmental Health Scotland, the REHIS Journal, can be accessed in the Members area.
Click on the link Journal Spring 2013