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
This toolkit has been developed to serve as a concise and easy-to-use reference source of knowledge, technologies and information that merit attention for the purpose of eliminating asbestos-related diseases (ARDs). As such, the traditional public health approach, i.e., to address the three levels of prevention, was considered to be the basic means to tackle ARDs. Today it is a sad reality that many countries, especially those which are rapidly developing, continue to use asbestos at alarming levels.
This year's annual conference will be held at the Glynhill Hotel in Renfrew on 16th and 17th May 2013.The REHIS Annual Conference is the principal Environmental Health event to take place in Scotland. It provides an opportunity to reflect on current and future approaches to protecting and improving the health of the Scottish people and to renew friendships and make new ones.
For more information and a booking form view the event here
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…