REHIS Publications

Infection Prevention and Control in Childcare Settings (Day Care and Childminding Settings)

Health Protection Scotland. Infection Prevention and Control in Day Childcare Settings. Health Protection Scotland, Glasgow, 2011.Published by Health Protection Scotland, Clifton House, Clifton Place, Glasgow G3 7LN.Health Protection Scotland is a division of NHS National Services Scotland.The Health Protection Network (HPN) has supported the development of this document. HPN is a network of existing professional organisations and networks in the health protection community across Scotland.

DEVELOPMENT PLAN – 2011/2012

The Royal Environmental Health Institute of Scotland DEVELOPMENT PLAN – 2011/2012

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Joint Statement by REHIS, SFELC, SoCOEHS and CoSLA

Following a report by Food Standards Agency Chief Executive, Tim Smith, the FSA Board announced the Agency’s intention to review the food safety official controls delivery within the UK.Although the strategic aims and objectives of the review are still unclear, a coalition of collaborating professional organisations within Scotland has been formed to gather evidence for submission to the review and to make the evidential suite available to the wider profession in Scotland to assist in any submission those individuals or bodies wished to make.SFELC Chairman George Fairgrieve, seen here r

Animal Boarding Establishments Act 1963-Home Boarding of Dogs-Licensing Conditions and Guidance

This document was produced by the Public Health and Housing Working Group’s (PH&HWG) Animal Boarding Working Group and endorsed by the Institute’s Environmental Health Promotion Committee.

Annual Environmental Health Review 2011

Welcome to the fourth Annual Environmental Health Review. 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. We hope you find the review to be interesting and informative.View or download a copy at the link below.

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Report of Health Protection Advisory Group 2011

When the Health Protection Advisory Group (HPAG) was set up in 2005, the aim was to establish an advisory group that represented the wide spectrum of health protection in Scotland. It followed on from the other changes that had been implemented with respect to health protection. It was the first attempt to produce such a comprehensive advisory mechanism at a national level. There was debate at the time about the limited role of a group that was ‘advisory’ and did not have any executive function, or indeed a funded infrastructure.

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