REHIS Annual Environmental Health Forum, 25/26 April 2018, Stirling
The REHIS Annual Environmental Health Forum provides all Environmental Health Professionals, wherever they work, with opportunities to maintain their knowledge, skills and competence.
The 2018 Forum with the theme ‘Environmental Health: Providing a Sustainable Future’ will consist of a full day plenary session (Wednesday 25 April) and morning only workshop sessions (Thursday 26 April). The plenary session will cover a wide range of topical presentations relevant to professionals operating at all levels within their organisations. The workshop sessions will cover Food Safety and Food Standards; Occupational Health and Safety; Public Health and Housing; and Pollution Control and Environmental Protection.
Delegate fees have again been held at 2015 levels to encourage attendance from anyone with an interest in Environmental Health including Environmental Health Officers, Food Safety Officers, Technical Support Staff and Registered Course Presenters from REHIS Approved Training Centres.
The venue, The Engine Shed, Forthside Way, Stirling is Scotland’s dedicated building conservation centre, is run by Historic Environment Scotland and is adjacent to Stirling train station.
Participation in this event carries a maximum value of 8 ¼ hours (core activity) for the REHIS Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Scheme.
Programme is currently provisional.