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Royal Environmental Health Institute of Scotland (REHIS) believes priority setting for the last significant area of environmental health reserved to Westminster should be transferred to Scotland.REHIS launches environmental health ‘Manifesto’ at annual Environmental Health Forum.Professional body recommends increased education as 18,000 school children secure REHIS food hygiene qualifications in one year.The full news release is attached.
The Royal Environmental Health Institute of Scotland (REHIS) has welcomed Audit Scotland’s ‘Protecting Consumers’ Report, in particular matters relating to food safety and concerns expressed over food premises.See attached document for the full press release
4 July 2012: The Royal Environmental Health Institute of Scotland (REHIS) welcomes the Scottish Government’s decision to create a new Scottish body for food safety, food standards, nutrition, food labelling and meat inspection and takes this opportunity to highlight the positive contribution that Environmental Health Professionals (Environmental Health Officers and Food Safety Officers) working in Scotland’s local authorities make to the improvement and protection of public health.The complete press release is available at the link below.
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